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June 2017: One room is available to let in a shared house of four. £155 pw. Please contact .
June 2017: Five bed house for sharers becoming available in September. Full mains fire alarm system and mouse-proofed throughout. £3,700 pcm. .
June 2017: Students looking for a house available from the end of summer. 6 bedrooms preferred. Contact Lorna by email:
Question from a student on learning that an advertised house had been let:
I’m sad to hear that as we’d have really liked to live on Marcia Road. Could you please give us a few tips for looking for properties on the road, best agents to deal with, or if any landlords are letting?
You will find agents via internet search. However, I think that the landlords who use them tend to be looking for higher-paying, non-student tenants, and rents tend to be higher to cover their fees. Landlords who actively want students tend to use the University of London housing system, Gumtree, and, of course, this site. If I were you, I’d keep checking those places because you never know when something might pop up. For example, a landlord may think that he or she has found new tenants but gets a bad reference from a previous landlord, and, quite late, the property may become available again. You could also try asking for a place to share on the SE1 forum.
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