How you could save over £5,000 with this new London accommodation
Research by Santander has revealed that the average first-time buyer in London spends around £5,495 on furnishing their property alone.
However, those moving into rented accommodation have the opportunity to avoid these costs by opting for homes that are already furnished. Yet many landlords put low-cost ahead of quality when it comes to furnishing, leaving tenants with poor quality, cheap furniture.
Residents of Be Living Ltd’s built-for-rent developments, be:here Hayes, in West London are said to have an alternative, offering one, two and three-bedroom apartments all furnished by Habitat UK.
Akash Sharma, assistant property manager of be:here, commented: “Part of the be:here Hayes ethos is to offer our residents superb homes that provide them with style and comfort, as well as an excellent location.
“Renting - particularly in London - has become synonymous with cheap, low quality furniture. We’re turning that on its head by working with Habitat to give renters wonderfully stylish, high quality apartments that really feel like home.”
The partnership between be:here and Habitat sees each development and each apartment type reviewed in order to determine the best possible furniture for the layout/area.
The be:here Hayes development has an on-site team, 30-ft private gardens, generous balcony space and a communal roof terrace, as well as numerous flats being pet-friendly.
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