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HOW TO LIVE IN LONDON By: Presented to: (Due date) Introduction London is known to be one of the most expensive cities in the world, a fact which discourages many people to want to live there. The table below indicates typical prices in London as indicated in Expats Plaza (n.d.).
86 per month Zone 1-6 travel card in London ?41 per week Rent one bedroom flat (West/Central London) ?800 -?1200per month Rent one bedroom flat (other London areas) ?600 - ?800 per month Average electricity bill ?20 - ?25 per month Average gas bill ?20 - ?30 per month Buying the average house in London (2 to 3 bedrooms) ?300,000 - ?400,000 Despite this London is also one of the most popular cities in the world and many people wish to have the chance to live there. Here are some simple steps to ensure that one Search for a house wisely Housing in London is ridiculously expensive, whether renting or buying. The prices vary with the closeness to the central London. It is advisable for one to rent a house rather than buy if he or she is to live in London for the first time. This allows one to compare and learn various neighbourhoods before committing to buy an apartment at a specific price. The decision of where to live should be based on the place of work or study. Generally one should try to balance the rent expenses with transport costs which are also high. To get a cheap house one should talk to friends already living there as well as search the internet, www.easyroommate.com is a brilliant website to start with. One must insist on knowing the utilities covered in the rent; most utilities like electricity and water bills are usually not covered for in the rent. ...
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