Finding a suitable home to rent can be both exciting and daunting for many. When you are ready to rent a rental property and you have decided WHO you want to live with, there are always many things to consider like what’s the neighbourhood like and where do I want to live, how much can I afford, am I allowed to have pets, what are the initial costs and outlays.
Vacating a property can be stressful at the best of times you have your removalist to arrange, power and phone to be disconnected and reconnected at your new home, insurance to be carried to another property, change of address details to all suppliers, cleaning, yard work and that’s to name a few. Then there is the stress of “will I get my bond back?”
It’s another melting/freezing/raining/humid/pleasant Saturday and you’re out house hunting – again. You have done your homework and shortlisted a handful of homes that have just hit the market and you have a full day planned with back to back viewings.
You’ve decided you’re packing up and moving; now what? The kitchen is original, the bathroom has calcification around the shower screen and there’s that light switch the zaps you every time you flick the switch.