People also ask


  • What bills do you have to pay when you rent a house?

  • Utilities and bills. In a rented property, tenants will likely be liable to pay all utilities like water, electricity, council tax, gas, broadband, TV licensed and other that may apply. Some tenancies include some utilities as part of the price, but rarely do they cover all utilities tenants use.

  • What utilities do I need to set up when I rent?

  • You檒l need electricity, gas, water, internet, among other utilities. Our goal is to make renting easier for you, especially when you檙e moving. We檒l show you how to set up all of your utilities in less time.

  • What will my bills look like as a renter?

  • Your bills will vary based on the size of place you are renting, your actual utility usage, your locality, and requirements set forth by your landlord. But, with all that in mind, here are some approximate costs, and other information on bills you might have to pay as a renter.

  • How can I save money on my utility bills when renting?

  • When you’re renting it makes sense to try and cut back on your monthly bills. After all, every pound you save on energy or broadband is another pound towards the rent. So, finding the most cost-effective utility suppliers should be a priority.