Renting Your First Flat – How Not To Do It
Got a good feeling about this one pal. Yeah, me too. Here he is. Sorry to keep you chaps. Got the keys here. Follow my lead. Y’alright? So, this is the living area. Nice! See, what I would like to do personally,
is smash that wall through, open it all up. You know,
give it a real open-plan feel. I mean, that is an external
wall so if you took that out, literally the whole building
would collapse. Also, it is a rented property. What type of err… What type of stone are we
dealing with here? What’s this? I like this. That’s just wallpaper. Wallpaper. Like it. Nice. Is there a conservatory? Very rarely would you get a
conservatory on a top floor apartment. Also, the previous tenants, they did
have a dog if you notice a bit of a… If the dog comes with the flat,
we’ll take it. Absolutely no problem. Or a cat. Now, I do have to tell you this. There is an ongoing court case at the
moment regarding a potential asbestos problem within the property. Are these all the takeaways
that deliver round here mate? It would appear so. Yeah. Codfather! I had a fish from there once.
The size of a cricket bat. …and because of that and the
general condition of the building, …err will need to sign a waiver. Fook Yu! Pardon? That is a top takeaway.
Absolutely love that place. Zero hygiene rating, but good people
and you only have to spend eight quid to get free prawn crackers. Depending on the outcome of that
court case, the entire building could actually be demolished
within twelve months. So if you want to take some time
to discuss it I completely understand. Call your boss and tell him
to take it off the market. You’ve got yourself a deal. Here’s an honest question… When are we getting this dog?