Proximity to work and schools, facilities for kids, parking restrictions, local transport facilities and traffic congestion.
The most popular neighbourhoods in Leeds include; Aireborough (Northeast Leeds), Harrogate (14 miles from Leeds) and many others.
They tend to rent especially in the first year or two to get a feel for different areas within the city.
Typically, will I be required to pay additional money up front (such as a deposit) before moving into leased housing? If so, how much is common?
Usually one month's rent plus security deposit, which is normally four to six weeks' rent. You may also have to pay an administration fee which varies depending on the as well as stamp duty (the amount depending on how much rent you will be paying).
Gas, electric, water, telephone, internet, council tax and resident parking permit fees are payable in addition to rent.
Are there special security concerns I should be aware of in regards to my home or choice of neighborhood?
This depends on the location and suburb in Leeds.
I’m not sure if I should bring my appliances. What is the electric current, Hz and plug shape in your city?
220 Volts. The plug is three pin. Most unfurnished properties will still have white goods (for example, fridge and washing machine) available for tenants.
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