The only things to do in Clapham are "be Australian", "be an estate agent", or "do group workouts in a park".
A special once-in-a-lifetime chance to get on the property ladder, right here.
Units that used to be Airbnbs are now long-term rentals and tenants are staying put, pushing prices down in Toronto and Vancouver.
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."
Plus: what to do if your landlord insists on putting your house up for rent right now.
Data from Rightmove and OpenRent show an above-average rise in rental property listings in London and other tourist cities, sometimes by as much as 130 percent.
Plus: a landlord who charged a £2,200 deposit and is only returning £400 from it.
This is one of the most shithole layouts I’ve ever seen. Not even coronavirus would make me rent this.
Which reveals something we've never considered: there are exactly three ways to consume your food at home. Which method do you follow?
Plus: how to fix a property guardianship that's gone very, very wrong.
Or: £900 a month for a thin room in Enfield, with carpets the colour of concrete.
If, that is, you're stuck with somewhere like this.