Stupid question it may seem but if anyone could shed a bit of light would be great.
Basicaly how mch do people pay to rent out sum s**t whole? basicaly just a empty room or watever? cheapest places you know going that would barely be adaquite for any means of living? lol,
Phone up your the Council of the town you wanna live in and register yourself homeless.
They'll put you in a hostel.
180 a month for me sir
mines €300.00 a month...cunts
Register hommeless, they'll put you in a hostel...all organised over the phone?
Try registering h/less in Lisburn my good friend! I've been on the list for well over 8 months. Not once have I been offered anything. For 6 months I lived in well overpriced private rental accomodation, since then I've been back at my over crowded mothers.
The housing situation in this country (and I'm sure in the rest of the U.K) is an embarressment to a country that calls itself developed. Unless you've got £64,000 to buy a starter home or £350 a week for rent, you're buggered.
Good luck Tyrone101, let us know how you get on.
[quote]Try registering h/less in Lisburn my good friend! I've been on the list for well over 8 months. Not once have I been offered anything. For 6 months I lived in well overpriced private rental accomodation, since then I've been back at my over crowded mothers.[/quote]
But you're not truely homeless then, if you're living in private rental accomodation.
I know that in Belfast, circumstances depending, if you are really homeless then
you can get sorted out with a hostel.
Seulement, when I registered, when I was assessed (which took 10 days) I was truly h/less, thankfully friends and relatives provided me with the cash for a deposit on rented acc'.
There are hostel places in Lisburn, they are limited. I wasn't offered anywhere to live, as far as the H.E know, I'm without somewhere to stay!
Normally I would go to the classifieds section for this but seeing as how this thread is already here I thought I would drop this here as well.
I'm looking to move at the minute from my flat in Wellington Park to a NICE place, basically anywhere in Belfast, but preferably Lisburn Road, Upper Ormeau or East Belfast. I need something like a whole house essentially, with preferably 3 bedrooms, 2 regular and 1 large for the shitloads of stuff I have to come with me.
Really what I am looking for is someone who would be interested in moving in with me, as my current flatmate has just informed me that he is moving back to his parents, the wuss that he is.
I would hope to find somewhere for about £500 p/m and split
that. I'm really pretty easy to get along with, and there are certain benefits to living with me, as most of my friends will attest. No - I'm not a drug dealer before anyone asks. I can't really live with anyone who would insist on smoking in the house, or at least outside their bedroom - just couldn't do it, sorry.
At best the person who moves in will be some sort of professional type. Not bothered male or female. Be nice to live with someone who is able to tidy up after themselves though.
I am a 26 year old , thoroughly lovely bloke and I want to move as soon as possible.
If that's your criteria all I can say is good luck.
Why? Do I sound difficult or something? :
Nah you don't sound difficult. It's just that so many people want to move into their own digs purely so they can remain lazy, messy and stoned 24/7 without mummy bitchin at em
That's not to say there aren't potential flatmates who are considerate and responsible but a rare breed in my experience.
Well I must be ok - Rudedoodle is now on her way here from Bangor as I type this to move into the newly named Ronster/Doodle Mansions.
here, you're thinking of moving out Tyrone? Well, if its to do with the bangor business then maybe I could move with you, split the rent (job comes first obviously)
[quote:844e57184c="what was left"]Unless you've got £64,000 to buy a starter home[/quote:844e57184c]
Ohhh, them were the days...
fuck that I remember when it was £35,000 for a half decent place
im putting a jihad on house prices effective immediately