Finding that perfect spot, where you come back and unwind after a hard day at work can be a difficult job, especially if you’re not the type of person that can be easily pleased, by any random location.
You have to look through various listings, see if they fit your budget and eventually go check out the place by yourself, just to be sure that everything is ok.
All these things take a lot of time and nerves and we strongly believe that you want to avoid being put in such a situation. In this case, we’re pretty sure that you’re wondering if there is not an easier solution, like doing it online. Well, you said the magic word: “online”.
After doing a bit of research, we’ve come across a few of the best sites and apps (yes, there are dedicated apps for this!) which you can use to find your dream apartment sooner than expected.
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After the first year, most college students prefer to get their own apartment instead of living on campus. This will give you even greater independence and help you learn the responsibilities of adult life early on. Besides, it will certainly be a lot of fun. Renting an apartment, however, isn’t simple. Check out the steps you must go through and get practical tips on how to do everything right.
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In the United Kingdom, there are certain housing benefit rules that are applicable to people who are single and under 35 years of age. This article will give a brief overview of these rules and explain how you can take advantage of them.
Before you apply for housing benefit, it is advisable to use a benefits calculator to confirm if you are eligible. There are instances when you might be required to claim Universal Credit. For you to qualify for housing benefit, these are the requirements:
- Your savings are below £16,000
- You pay rent
- You are claiming benefits or have a low income
You are eligible to apply for the program, no matter if employed or unemployed. However, if you are living with a partner, only one person will get a housing benefit. If you qualify, you will be in a position to get a benefit for a single room in shared accommodation or a bed-sitter accommodation, if you are a lone.
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