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Energy costs high priority for tenants

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    Following the 1st October deadline for Energy Performance Certificates as a legal requirement for landlords marketing or letting a property, government research has revealed that 79% of renters are worried about the cost of their household bills. According to the latest figures, tenants pay an average £1,360 on gas and electricity bills and with both [...]

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    Tenants should shop around. You can always get cheaper, but people fail to take time out and look for a great deal.


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      Good ol' uswitch usually saves the average household a few hundred pounds if you shop around for all your utilities. Did it all at once myself and saved about £350 a year once I switched everything over. With gas and elec you need to keep on top of things as their prices are forever changing but an annual visit to uswitch is normally all it needs.
      UK Landlord Insurance Specialist