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    (Original post by JustAFilmStudent)
    So £460 a month? What's house sharing like?
    other disadvantages include, if something breaks it can be difficult to get landlord to fix it (though is dependant on landlord, but most I have had suck), at least 1 flatmate will steal your food
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    (Original post by JustAFilmStudent)
    Are you in university?
    ya
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    I never paid anywhere near £400 for student rent on a double bedroom even including bills, it must depend on where you live. I would move out personally, the thing for me would be paying to live in a place where you don't get the same independence and privacy as you do if you move out. For me that's worth the cost and it's not worth paying to live at home so if that's the choice I'd go.
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    £250 won't leave much change for your parents to keep after bills and food have been deducted. If you're unhappy you can move out and pay twice as much.
 
 
 
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