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Old 05.07.2020, 07:35
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Re: Tenancy expiring but haven't found a new home

The OP is surely not the first person to give notice before finding a new place. It's not the ideal situation but others have done this. For many tenants, if they don't give notice to the end of September, it could be according to the terms of their lease the next date to give notice to is the end of the following March.

If one's place is too small (we don't know the circumstances- could be family has grown, home office, etc) then another 6 months could really be a struggle.

To the OP, as you have been here 6 years, you must know competition for apartments in certain areas is fierce. What is your budget? Where are you looking? The bottom line is if you want to find a new place you are going to have to be more flexible and perhaps compromise on location. The alternative is finding a temporary solution and storage for your furniture, which is really less than ideal.

The notice has been given, there is still time to find a new place, so just be positive and open minded in your search. Good luck !
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