Best Time of the Day to See Flatshares in London

Posted by roommatesuk on December 17th, 2012

When you are looking for the perfect flat to rent in London you may want to make sure you are available at certain times of the day. In order to make sure you get to see the best flatshares London has to offer, you should be prepared to view them during day time. If you are looking to meet new flatmates or find a house share to rent online, then you may not want to start your search very early in the morning.

Research shows that most rooms and flats for rent advertisements are listed not before 10 a.m. So starting your search very early in the morning might result in fewer available ads. You will also not want to wait until later in the evening, because by that time, many of the better rental offers have already been taken. So an ideal time to browse the internet for the best flats or house shares in London would be between 10:00 am and 19:00 pm.

If you are looking for the best time of day to go out and look at apartments or flats that are available in London, the mornings are usually a good option. Any time before 11 a.m. would be ideal because most of the flats or apartments that were put on the market the previous day would still be available for viewing. You will be able to view the surroundings, meet new flatmates London has so that you can easily choose the neighbourhood that best suits you and most importantly, view the flats or rooms in day light rather then in the darker hours of the evening.

If you are focusing your efforts on finding a flat with a letting agency in London, then it is recommended to schedule with the letting agency or broker the day before, as they tend to set up their appointments for the next day in advance. That way, potential tenants can view the flat or apartment while current tenants are at work or at their studies. Being available in the morning would be even more convenient as it would allow the letting agent the ability to show the flat for rent without having to schedule an appointment while the tenants are still in the flat, allowing you to inspect the area more thoroughly. This also means they might feel more confident that they will be able to close a deal with you giving you a bit of leverage to try and reduce the rent a bit.

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This article is written by David Lupu, a Key Account Manager in is a unique, interactive portal for finding housing and to find rooms for rent in London. It offers a secure and easy way to connect landlords and their tenants with the help of its flatmate finder London services.

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