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It helps to budget plan when looking to rent a property.
You only need to fill in the sections that apply to you and try to work out monthly averages, even if you're paying for something yearly.
Leave the current mortgage or renting fields empty if you are renting for the first time.
We have put together these helpful pointers so you can plan ahead:
Work out your finances so that you can act quickly when we find you your next home.
Be realistic - know exactly where you want to live, how much you can really afford and what you need to do to move in promptly. Renting property is a lot faster than buying – so be ready to go when you are looking for a new home to rent.
Take into consideration any other outgoings on top of the rent such as gas, electricity or council tax etc. Write a budget plan and set it against your monthly income after tax.
Consider switching any utilities to get the best deal possible and make savings.
Once you know your preferred rental price range, get in touch and we can help you find your next home.