posted by Gingernutmeg
look after the property, and generally landlords will be happier to look sensibly at the finances to keep a good tenant.
I would have thought that keeping a 'good' tenant is one of the most moneysaving things a landlord can do?
Lumphammer wrote: »
I think agents have been referred to indirectly in this thread. If tenants want to rent property cheaper the biggest step they can take is probably to rent directly from a landlord than use an agent.
mellymell wrote: »
madkitty- offer to renegotiate your contract, look on rightmove etc to see prices for similar properties, use this as evidence. You may have to sign a fixed term contract to entice your landlord to drop the rent, after all point out to them that you are a relible tenant and they are guaranteed rent for the duration of the fixed term-and that's very important right now!!
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