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Looking for a house in Bristol - longterm rent

Simon Borg

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Dear Landlords,

I hope you can help me. I have recently moved to Bristol from Surrey as was given a very good career opportunity. My family (wife and 4yo daughter) stayed there until the little one finishes her nursery. Over the last weekend, we made a decision that we need to speed things up. That is why I would like to hear if any of you would have a property for us for a long term rent. I am very new here so I hope my post is not inappropriate. 

We are looking for 2 - 4 bed house ideally with a little bit of garden. Garage would be an advantage. The areas we are aiming are: Bedminster, City Centre or Clifton but we are open to discuss any others. 

Shortly about us: 

Simon (myself) : 37yo professional working in manufacturing (management)

Jo (the wife): 32yo full time mother

Vicky (the daughter) : 4yo, currently no job

We are calm and clean people and have been with current landlord for the last 7 years. Both of us can turn a house into a home. I can do small repairs without bothering a landlord. If there is something bigger - there is a cooperation between myself and my landlord. 


If any of you would like to deal with us, please let me know on 07702015263 or reply to this post. Please note that I may not be able to answer all calls during working hours so please leave your message on my voicemail. 

Your help is highly appreciated.

Thank you


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Wishing you all the best but this is a forum for landlords to discuss landlord related issues and not a place where rentals are posted although you may be lucky - you never know. As a landlord I put my properties through Open Rent who then also put them on the likes of Rightmove etc. Sorry I don't operate in your area and my properties are all happily let. 


If you have a four year old I believe reception school applications fall in January so it is sounding likely that any school application will now also be seen as a late application so do bear that in mind. Even if you find a property near a nice school the chances are it will be oversubscribed and as a late applicant you may well end up on a waiting list. It is a nightmare moving with schoolage children and I don't mean to scaremonger but it is a major factor for most families when moving.

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