The Ultimate Guide to Finding Housing in Tromsø — Nordic Wanders
Especially if you’re a student, your budget will only get you a room in a flatshare and it can be beneficial to get to know your new flatmates before moving in.Sometimes it’s the people living there who organise a room showing so in that case, you’re covered but you also have to rely on them liking you enough to live there.Often enough however, it’s the landlord who organises the viewings and in that case, you might not even meet your new flatmates.It happened to me and even though I was glad that the landlord wanted to rent out the room to me, I had a weird tummy feeling until I moved in about how the flatmates would be.Turned out I was stuck living with the world’s most annoying, arrogant and obnoxious person on earth for 6 months.And trust me, it wasn’t worth it! I should have rather invested more time instead of desperately saying yes when being offered a place and so should you – no matter how tough the housing market is! 11. Make arrangements for a cleaning checkWhen I was…
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