Survey findings from Generation Rent show the precarity of renting in the UK as the end of the eviction "ban" draws closer.
From the listing: "For optimal living, tenant would need to be able to maintain a lifestyle more in line with that of a large camper van."
There are eight (8) things that rankle me about this particular flat, but number two on the list is true of every terrible London rental.
This place has it all!
First things first: you'll have to pay £1,192 per month to buy a bed to put in a kitchen.
That said, this flat does get more and more stressful the longer you look at it.
Which reveals something we've never considered: there are exactly three ways to consume your food at home. Which method do you follow?
One-third of millennials will never own a home. How does it feel to be one of the lucky ones?
If you're playing "London Shitheel Landlord Bingo", this flat has it all.
Conservatories are not good places to spend any amount of time, let alone fully live in.
Moving in with a romantic partner was once a relationship milestone. Now, many couples are forced into shared living situations to save on rent.
Companies have repurposed the idea of communal living, turning it into a high-priced, cutesy rebranding of the long-term rent crisis.