Store That Canary Wharf asks, Are You Really Ready to Move in Together?
So, the time has come! You have been spending most of your time with your partner and one of you has suggested getting a place of your own. With property prices soaring in London, who can blame you for thinking it could be more financially viable to have one place you can both call home. Plus, you know, there is the whole romantic side to it as well.
Before you rush off to your local estate agent or flip a coin to who has to move out of their flat, you may want to read these top tips from the team here at Store That Canary Wharf to ensure moving in with the other half works out as planned.
You need to set the rules in stone early on so that you are both on the same page. In most couples, there is one person who is tidier than the other. Arguments can quickly start if you have not agreed on the level of clutter that is acceptable in your household. If you have moved into a small place, it can be particularly annoying having to duck and dive over clutter.
Don’t Double up
If you and your partner have been living on your own for a little while you will more than likely each have similar essentials you can each bring to the new place. Where possible you should avoid doubling up on items. No! You don’t need a spare fridge freezer!
Chances are if you are looking at moving in together in east London, you won’t have an awful lot of space to be storing items while you decide to sell them or run back to the safety of living on your own. If you are looking for a safe and secure place to store your extra bits, then why not look into storage containers for rent like the ones available at Store That Canary Wharf.