Originally Posted by Dav010
Looks pretty fresh to me too, not spacious, not decorated to a high standard, but looks clean and nice, in the middle of a reasonably big town, that isn’t bad, it would be at least twice that in a city. Also, a quick look at daft for that area doesn’t show a lot of stock and price for this is in line with others.
Op, by any chance do you live at home?
What do mean, "live at home"?
As in, with muh parents?
The point is - this place was going for under 500 just two short years ago.
Ya'll okay with paying almost 7 large for that cramped, cold, dump?
They're justifying high rents for revenue, without investing that revenue in more housing?
Find a better source of revenue!!
Anyone who conforms to the notion of high rent being okay for greater tax remuneration needs to climb back into reality.
There's a thousand sources of potential tax remuneration, which don't involve leaving ordinary people homeless or in poor living conditions.