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Is the rental price per person or for the property?

I need to know if I am looking at a price for the entire property. I.e. There are 2 of us. So say £300 per week is £150 per week each... correct? Or is it £300 each?? Thanks

Asked on Jan 14 2011, Renting in London | Report content

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  • Yes, that is correct. The rental price is set for the apartment, as appose to how many people are moving into the apartment. It is always best to check with the agency who is renting the apartment just to double check however. Please also note that when calculating rent on a monthly basis, it is the weekly rent, times by the number of weeks in a year, devided by the amount of months in a year. 300 times 52 devided by 12 = £1300 per calendar month. I hope this helps!

    Answered on Jan 14 2011, Report content
  • Always per property unless it says otherwise. Like hotels are per room. Taxis are per vehicle. Only holidays seem to be per person. And London rickshaws.

    Answered on Feb 12 2011, Report content

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