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  • Home on rent ?

    Can you help me in find out home on rent in Edinburgh or near to it.
    It urgent.Also need good accommodation with at least 2 bedroom set.

    Any advice will be appreciated.

    Thanks
    Lettings Agents Edinburgh - Property Management Services

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    Re: Home on rent ?

    Yes I can help you, please click my signature and go there
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      Re: Home on rent ?

      How to rent a property?

      It really doesn’t matter whether you are new to the rental market or have rented properties before, whether you’re looking for a short term solution or something more permanent. Big Page guide will help you to find a flat, a bungalow, a house or a studio apartment. Irrespective of your choices, requirements, budgets and preferences, renting a property is can sometimes be a harrowing experience.

      Here is a guide that should help all newcomers and experienced campaigners understand the concepts of renting better so that they can get something that is better suited to their needs.
      Understanding your requirements

      The first and foremost decision that needs to be made is about the type of property that you wish to rent. Make sure that you base your factors on your budgets and on the type of property that best complements your lifestyle. For example, if you own a car, having car parking space is a must. If you are security conscious, renting a property on the ground floor is out of the question. Another major concern is choosing from a fully furnished, partly furnished and unfurnished property. Some of the other points to consider include –
      Does the property have attached bathrooms and built-in showers/ bath tubs?
      Does the property offer the various appliances that are needed by you? If not, are you allowed to install them on your own?
      Does the property offer adequate facilities and space for washing and drying your clothes?
      Determining your budgets

      The costs associated with a rental property are not just restricted to the amount of rent that you pay every month. There are a number of other factors that need to be considered as well. Generally, you multiply your weekly rent by 4.33 to get your approximate rental costs for each week. One of the best ways of ensuring that you get the maximum satisfaction from your rental property is to ensure that you don’t go overboard and choose something that is way over your budget. Apart from the direct rental costs, some of the other factors that you need to look at include –
      Insurance – You will need to get your personal belongings insured. This might be lesser than a home insurance, but it still needs to be budgeted for.
      Council Tax – In most cases, tenants are liable for paying the council taxes. Make sure that you verify the same with your landlord before finalizing on the property.
      Service Charges – If your property is a serviced apartment or is located in a complex, you will need to incur service charges. Make sure that you clarify if the same has been included in your monthly rent or needs to be paid separately or the landlord.
      Utility Bills – Tenants are expected to take on most utility bills from the day they move into the property till the day they move out. Take meter reading the day you move in.
      Security Deposit – All landlords ask for a security deposit from their tenants. This deposit is only refunded when the tenant vacates the property. You need to ensure that there are clear cut clauses in the tenancy agreement that covers the refund and deductions that can be made from the security deposit. Ensure your deposit is protected by the Tenants Deposit Scheme (TDS).
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