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Where is best to rent in London?

Author: pmcindoe  |  Category: Home & Family
Published: November 23, 2008

London is an amazing place to live. Whatever your requirements, you are bound to find somewhere just right for you. However, if you jump at the first place you see, you might end up regretting it. Therefore, you need to think about your needs as well as your desires if you want to rent the best place for you.

So where do you start? Well, the ideal point would be to think about why you are renting in the first place. Are you on an extended trip to the city? Maybe you are considering buying there in the future. Perhaps you have a new job there and you need to find somewhere to stay quickly. Or perhaps you are a student starting university.

Your reason for needing to rent in London affects which location is best for you. For example, if you will be commuting to a specific place every day, staying closer to this location will make life easier for you. Indeed, imagine being able to walk through one of London’s many parks on your way to work or university each day, instead of having to get on the Tube.

It is also worth considering your budget – whilst walking to work or college is sought after by many living in London, properties in central locations are often more expensive than those a short distance away. It is worth looking at the cost of living a little less centrally and getting the bus or tube each day, as sometimes this will cost less.

You should consider how different areas fit with your priorities and lifestyle choices. Whether you like to be right in the thick of things and don’t mind the noise that comes with it, or the idea of having some peace and quiet is more appealing will effect which area you choose to live in.

It is clear that you should also consider what you will be doing during your relaxation hours. Do you like going out to pubs and clubs for example? If you do, you would no doubt appreciate somewhere that is near to your favourite places. Living closely to friends, or near tube lines that connect you to them may be an important consideration. Also, if you want to be able to get out of town to visit friends and family at every opportunity, then living somewhere that isn’t too far from a mainline station is a great plan.

As you can see, it’s always worth checking out the local transport links when you are looking to rent property in London. As such, this can help you to pick the best possible place to set up your new potential home.

Paul McIndoe writes for a digital marketing agency. This article has been commissioned by a client of said agency. This article is not designed to promote, but should be considered professional content.

Author: pmcindoe

Paul McIndoe writes for a digital marketing agency. This article has been commissioned by a client of said agency. This article is not designed to promote, but should be considered professional content.

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