I own my home. I earn a high salary in proportion to my outgoings. So did my kids' mother when I was living with her.
Pay £25 a week now.
I want to be out here around August time as it's too small, even though it's a 2/3 bedroom.
ItsNotAPorkChop wrote:Boyfriend and his mum, dad, brother and younger sister... their dog and my cat. We pay about 100 a month a think...
Been here for almost a year but moving into our own place at the end of the month, YESSSS!
Moved out now, so now living with my boyfriend and our cat.
We pay rent £425 a month... looking to stay here for a least a year, maybe 2, then moving further south. We'll probably be renting for a few years now until we find a place in the country where we'd like to settle down.
It's a bit odd that I'm the oldest of three and the one still at home... but I'm the sensible one.
I would like to be living in my own run-down cottage, I'm just waiting for the right place at the right price to come along.
In a few years I wanna be moved out either renting or mortgage, which is very unlikely in the current climate. Probably renting.
Annoys me that there's nowhere out there to help couples get on their feet and do things properly, yet as soon as you get up the stick the council give you a place. No-one there's so many teenage pregnancies.
I've learnt that people will forget what you said, forget what you did but people will never forget how you made them feel.
I live in North London with 3 people from uni and one really old (dying) women who keeps herself to herself up on the top floor. I rent!
It's a really nice place.
Where do I want to be in a few years? Not house sharing. I'm too private a person, and I hate having to socialise every time I want to cook dinner. I like to choose when I see friends. That sounds really miserable, but I like my space.
I'd like to live with a boyfriend, and I'd either like to stay in London or maybe move to the US? Not entirely sure of plans yet.
planning to move to hastings in a few months time then possibly onto eastbourne but i might scrap that idea as living in hastings means i'll have free accommodation and i can start saving up to travel.
and we had magic. and this is tragic.
We're lucky because our landlord is my other half's godmother so whenever needed something done, it's been done straight away
Not fussed about moving out anytime soon, things may change depending on what job I'm in/if I go to uni next year.