A "nook for your toddler"? Ah, yes, of course.
Plus: how you can negotiate with a landlord, even if you're at a disadvantage.
The only things to do in Clapham are "be Australian", "be an estate agent", or "do group workouts in a park".
Research from property website Zoopla shows that London rents could see an annual decline of 5 percent if trends continue.
“This country is so hostile for people who rent, yet they love people who rent because it keeps everyone else nice and wealthy.”
Good for 17-year-olds (maybe), bad for adults.
"I’m being very realistic about goals in lockdown 2.0, knowing how hard it is to do anything outside survive."
Plus: my landlord wants to introduce a six-month break clause into our new contract. Is that legal?
A special once-in-a-lifetime chance to get on the property ladder, right here.
Just when you think it can't get any worse... it gets way, way worse!
According to the government's new English Housing Survey, private renters in the capital spend an average of £341 a week on rent.