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Guest posted a topic in Real EstateHi all We're almost there! We arrive in Adelaide on the 21st of January, can't wait! I want to say a huge thanks to everyone on this forum for the help so far, it's been amazing! My girlfriend and I are looking for a house share when we get there. We have the 1st week booked in a hostel, and after that we were hoping to join a house/flat share. It's really difficult to find shares that aren't for university students! A couple questions: A) What would be looking to pay for a decent share in and around the CBD (not a dodgy room where we never see any other tenants, we want to move into a home). B) Are we allowed to move into university accommodation? We'd rather not but if we run out of options it's good to know. C) If there's anyone looking for a tenant then PLEASE let me know. We are professionals looking to integrate into the culture and we're hoping if we move in with other people we will get a better chance of experiencing that. Thanks in advance
Hi ALL; newbie to the forum; I will be arriving in SA beginning of September, I would like some help in finding a room or unit to rent. It would be helpful if I can get a room so I have someone to talk to about the local area etc, I am a single Male IT professional. Any help, pointers etc. would be very useful and appreciated Thanks in advance Simon
Hi, my name is Sam, I'm 25, I've been offered a new job in Adelaide and will be moving there at the end of November. I've joined pomsinadelaide to maybe make some friends and potentially meet some like minded pommes down under. Does anyone know of a good place to get a flat share sorted, I'm reluctant to get a house straight away on my own til I get to know the place a bit better for a short term period, but will do if it comes to it, as I won't be able to see it til I get there. I believe I will be working in the city centre if this makes any difference, so will want to be in close proximity to the centre of Adelaide. Also, I've not been to Australia before, anyone got any tips on typical British things that I could take into the office on the first day to put a smile on their faces? Thanks in advance