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London Flatsharing with the person that owns the property.,

Flatsharing with the person that owns the property.

You love it or hate it. It swings largely on the attitude of the owner. A clear advantage is that it avoids flatshare power struggles: it's clear who's responsible and in control. Also you may be able to negotiate quite short periods of stay. But it possibly can never feel like your own home, simply because you can't abuse it in the way you would your own accommodation. But if you can find one of those properties where the owner has done it for several years and is in touch with nearly all their previous tenants, then it might provide that touch of support that you need on the odd occasion.

Avoiding Flatshare rows
Where do I look
What area should I look in ?
How much do I have to pay for flatshare accommodation?
Who to flatshare with
Who not to flatshare with
What's the recipe for a happy flatshare
Smoking in accommodation
Double room ?
Friend or flatshare
Who just left the flatshare ?
Flatshare party
When you own the property and live in it.
Flatsharing with the person that owns the property.
The grand big flatshare flare-up.
Do you want to flatshare ?
After flatshare rows
Don't borrow.
Who buys the toilet roll ?
Leaving a flatshare
Sexual attraction in a flatshare
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