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SpareRoom UK

SpareRoom UK app enables you to find your perfect flatmate or flatshare according to your requirements.

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  • £800/600 a month for an 18 yr old
    I'd start by looking through to get an idea what the market rate for the room and bills would be in the area. You can either then try and negotiate the price down (unlikely) or consider it a good deal if the evidence supports that. Source: 7 months ago
  • Website where owners advertise a room to let in their home?
    Is there a website similar '' where owners can advertsise to sublet a room in their house? Or a website that advertises house share opportunities? For someone looking for accommodation but doesn't necessarily need a whole apartment. Source: 9 months ago
  • What should I know or be aware of moving from america to England?
    - Renting in the UK is very difficult right now. There are far more tenants looking than available places, which means prices are high and competition very large. You may struggle due to your lack of history in the UK, which may mean you have to provide a guarantor (someone who promises to pay your rent if you stop paying) and/or pay 6-12 months of rent up-front. If you are looking for a vacant property to rent... Source: about 1 year ago
  • Rental Problem
    I rent a house with 600 pounds per month and move in a week ago. Before I signed the contract, the advertisement of the house in also list the rent is 600 pounds per month. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Advice needed, starting to look like homelessness is a possibility - Wife is an asylum seaker & student
    From my experience the best thing to do if you're struggling to find a place is to go on to and rent a room in an HMO (shared accommodation). Source: about 1 year ago
  • Finding a rental in 4 weeks
    If it starts that quick, look on for short term stuff. That way you should be able to find somewhere cheap until you find a permanent spot. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Hey Student Accommodation Companies, FUCK YOU!
    You could try your luck on Source: about 1 year ago
  • House Share in Dublin
    If you're curious what I ended up doing: I gave up on living in the republic and moved to a spot in Northern Ireland near a train station, so that I can visit Dublin fairly easily when I want to, and also it means there won't be any of the potential legal issues with working for a UK company while living in ROI (well, I never actually experienced any, but it prevents there being any future ones). In the future... Source: about 1 year ago
  • Advice on Starting a Degree Apprenticeship at a Big Tech Company in London
    Live in london for sure. 35k is just enough. Try Source: about 1 year ago
  • loads of savings but no job, no one will rent to me. advice?
    Rent up front can be a sweetener. But I what I had to do is get on and house share for a year or so. They seem to be a bit more lenient, although you have to put up with living with people. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Walkable, football-loving, and relatively affordable cities to live in for 3-4 months?
    Yes, we have! I think we can stay in the UK for up to 6 months as a "Standard Visitor". I was hoping to find a month-to-month tenancy or a sub-lease that works with our travel dates. I've also briefly looked at Airbnb would be a last resort, so I'd love to hear suggestions otherwise. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Buddy Up room renting question
    I'm moving soon and I'm currently looking for a new place to live, as prices are stupidly high I'm thinking of doing a buddy up with someone via Source: over 1 year ago
  • Homeless almost - untenable situation - any advice on support available?
    Goto, put up a free ad and write emergency help needed in title. And ask if there's anywhere for a fortnight or month, of course u have to pay but u might get a good rate I had a few offers in similar situation. But otherwise a very good place for house shares, since you have some pip and I guess UC etc. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Renting vs saving at home situation is the best way to get started. Get all bills included ensuite in a shared house. Source: over 1 year ago
  • How to deal with renting HMOs (London)
    Try also worth looking at openrent and setting the filters to shared house. Source: over 1 year ago
  • House Share.
    We find our housemates on Source: over 1 year ago
  • Is 2 Hours of travelling each way really worth it?
    If you search for rooms, at you can search for available rooms that are for "Monday to Friday lets only". Source: over 1 year ago
  • Is Lee Anderson wrong in terms of facts as well as morals here ? Or can you really rent a room in Central London for £770 in 2023?
    It is possible to rent a room for £770/month, plenty on Source: over 1 year ago
  • Calculating cost to live in bristol as I got a new job
    I'm not sure if this is relevant but if you haven't moved into the houseshare yet, it might be good to try look around on Source: over 1 year ago
  • Moving 2 Glasgow
    Anyone knows a good website / app for renting in Glasgow? Moving here and need somewhere to stay. Tried and have yet to hear anything back form the potential places. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Just saw this on Airbnb - What £2100 per month get's you in central London
    How much longer term? You won't be legally allowed to start a proper tenancy if you don't have right to rent (aka: a residence permit), so you're going to be stuck with the short-term holiday letting agreements. Your best bet is to check Source: over 1 year ago

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