After a year in halls, moving into a student house can be really exciting. Here are five ways to decorate the space you’ll be calling home for the next year, without getting out that paint roller (you don’t want to upset your new landlord now, do you?)
The sun is shining and you’ve packed your bags ready to head home for the summer. Before you go, have you taken a moment to consider how safe your student property will be during your summer break?
You’ve survived your first year in halls and now you’re looking forward to moving into a shared house with a handful of your closest friends. We’ve put together ten of our top student hacks to make your life easier.
Moving into a student home can be an exciting yet nerve-wracking time. To help you feel prepared, we have compiled a list of useful hints and tips to get you settled and make your student house feel like home.
It’s important to understand what your deposit is for and what it covers, so we’ve included some frequently asked questions.
Moving into a shared house is exciting and nerve-wracking! We've put together some questions to ask when viewing a house to ensure you’re fully prepared.
To help you get on your way, we’ve created a list of some of the key things you’ll need to know about moving into a house.
An inventory is a document which records the condition and contents of a property.
When looking for student houses, make sure you ask the letting agent or landlord plenty of questions before deciding on a potential new property.