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Some tips about London rentals
Moving to London shouldn't be a huge and complicated problem, because once you decide it, you have a huge number of companies that can help you in all the process until you're totally established at your new home. However, if you're looking for renting a home, we offer some tips to make things easier for you and in order to help you take the best decision.
Spend the appropriated time doing a research about the area; remember that although you're in advantage because you can move as the time is up, don't look for short times of tenancy, look for a place near to main offices. Oxford, Cambridge, Brighton, Dover, whether is your choice, you must be sure to choose a place you'll love.
Not only go with large firms of real state, look for the independent agents as well, maybe with that people you can save some money. You have to take enough time to view all properties and look each one in detail. Then you can maybe make a list with those you prefer or maybe using a map.
You must know how to negotiate
It's known that if you offer an amount below the rent being asked for; you can get a great deal. The tenancy agreement is a written document that the landlord and you (the interested) do before the moving. You must check primarily some aspects: the amount of rent, the amount of deposit, how often is the rent paid, the time of tenancy and more, as you will do this contract in England it's obvious that it's going to be written in English, so an English course will not be bad, in order to understand the tenancy agreement and do a wise choice.
Renting choices in London
London is amazing tourism with many great attractions museums, palaces, monuments, beautiful landscapes and more. It is also a great city to practice golf.
It is the largest metropolitan area in the United Kingdom located on the river Thames; it has one of the most beautiful natural landscapes such as river valleys and ridges, although constrained and enclosed by the built environment, few examples of that are the largest parks in the central area of London the Royal Parks and Regent's Park which contains London Zoo, the world's oldest scientific zoo. The city is a mix of modern, natural and historic views which make of the city one of the best places to visit in England. London has plenty of medieval attractions, many amazing monuments, London museums and art galleries.
Renting near museums and culture
London contains four World Heritage Sites: the Tower of London, Kew Gardens, St Margaret's Church and one site that comprises the Palace of Westminster and Westminster Abbey, others remarkable attractions are Buckingham Palace British Museum, National Gallery, Tate Modern, Piccadilly Circus, St Paul's Cathedral, Trafalgar Square, Natural History Museum, London Eye, 30 St Mary Axe ("The Gherkin"), Science Museum, Tower of London, National Maritime Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum and Madame Tussauds.
Renting near education
London is home of many diverse people, people of different religions, culture and languages. At the present, there are 300 languages spoken, but the official is the English. London is also is a place of education has many of the most world's prestigious universities and has the highest concentration of institutions in Europe, counts with 43 universities.
Renting near golf courses
London is also a place for playing sports with football, rugby, tennis and golf courses. It counts with 101 golf clubs, most of those open their golf course to non-members. If you are looking for golf course reviews, you should start looking for these great London Golf clubs:
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