Weekly Query

  Cesar 09:10 11 Apr 09
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My weekly rent is £93.33. My Monthly rent is £437.76. £93.33 x 52 /12 = £404.43. How come the Difference? Thanks in advance..

  wiz-king 09:26 11 Apr 09

52.14 week per year. How long is a piece of string! Work both to the same units ie days or years and them the should come out the same. You may also get a discount for paying monthly.

  DieSse 14:51 11 Apr 09

"How come the Difference?"

Perhaps your landlords should explain the discrepancy. I can't.

  DieSse 14:53 11 Apr 09

Do you get a rent holiday in December - plus a small discount for paying monthly?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 15:38 11 Apr 09

Pay by Calender month or Lunar month?

there are more than 4 weeks in a calender month (excluding Feburary)

looks like your paying a pound a day more if you pay monthly rather than weekly.

  Peter 20:55 11 Apr 09

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What is the figure for the rent quoted on your tenancy agreement? Usually this is per calendar month and is calculated, as you have written, as 52/12 of the weekly figure. Anyway, the figure on the tenancy agreement is what you signed for and is what you should pay.

As DieSse mentioned this is a matter for your landlord to explain.

Peter.

  Peter 23:43 11 Apr 09

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At less than £100/week it would appear that you are renting a room with other communal facilities. Perhaps the extra monthly charge is to cover electricity, gas, water, council tax, etc., etc?

Peter.

  woodchip 09:20 12 Apr 09

More than four weeks in a month

  Peter 11:46 12 Apr 09

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I see you have ticked this one as resolved. What conclusion did you come to?

Peter.

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