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Your first year living in halls is done, you have friends from your course, clubs or societies and maybe flatmates that have become friends, and it’s now time to think about moving into a shared house.
This can be a really exciting time and a great experience, but can also come with a whole host of worries: real bills to pay to real companies, a noisy housemate with a love of loud music when you’re sharing a paper thin wall, a washing up avoider, landlord issues, house security and the maze of contracts, but fear not!
There are ways to make sure that your first shared house is one of peace and harmony. We’ve had a think about some top tips and advice to think about first:
Look out for our next post, which will include more information on necessities such as council tax, ground rules, house security plus splitting bills, arranging rooms and maintaining friendships whilst working towards your degree.
In the meantime, if you have any questions or want more information contcat the Advice Centre, or have a look at their FAQs or housing booklet.
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