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Property for rent in Wales

Wales is the country of the United Kingdom with the lowest cost of living.

If you are thinking of moving and you are looking for a property for rent in Wales, surely the first stop will be in the capital Cardiff where the average rent is around £ 700 a month. In Cardiff, 54% of the properties are rented because there are many transfers and students.

If it is your  first time in Cardiff we recommend to look for properties for rent in the St. Davids neighbourhood, quiet but not far from the centre of the capital.

The Adamsdown neighbourhood is known as the "Little Ireland”. It  is an area rich in open farm land and it is a melting pot of cultures where families choose to live and where many students look for properties for rent because they are cheaper.

Roath, on the contrary, is in the North West of the city. It is a residential district and it is like a city in the city. The demands for properties for rent here are various because it is an area rich in parks and churches and in recent years it  has been enriched with shopping centres, cafes and restaurants. Many old houses have been turned into properties for rent.

Cathays is the Cardiff neighbourhood that houses the University of the capital and where properties for rent are very popular among students.

The centre of Cardiff is the most active and dynamic district of the capital and where the costs of properties for rent are quite high.

For those who want to look for a property for rent far from the capital, we recommend the seaside resort of Abersoch in North Wales.

The village of Colwinston in the Glamorgan valley , west of Cardiff also offers a broad portfolio of properties for rent.

Another town that may be ideal for those interested in properties for rent in Wales is Laugharne on the south-western coast.

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