Relocating to London or already in London and looking for a flat to rent? London is not only the capital of the United Kingdom (UK) and England, but also the most densely populated city in Europe with a population of 8.5 million.
Despite Brexit, London remains one of the largest financial centres in the world and hosts almost all major investment banks and financial companies.
London is famously expensive and cost of living and property prices here are among the highest in the world. Until recently, there was a lack of new developments in the city. Therefore, the existing housing supply was unable to accommodate the high demand of a growing population for rental properties. Naturally, this caused the prices to skyrocket.
Rental market experts now expect the market to stagnate or possibly even fall.
Finding rental properties in London can be challenging if you’re new to the city and unfamiliar with its many neighborhoods. It becomes particularly difficult if you cannot be on-site.
Homelike offers fully-furnished apartments with utilities and WIFi that can be booked entirely online. Our portal contains high quality images and accurate descriptions of all our listings. Just browse, pick your favourite and book.
Whether you’re moving to London as an expat with your family or alone, you can also book an apartment through the Homelike website at short notice.
A melting pot of cultures and a microcosm of world cuisine, London is one of the world’s most multicultural cities.
Hundreds of thousands of people move to London every single year, making it one of the most popular cities in the world for ex-pats.
Homelike offers a great selection of furnished studio apartments in London with WiFi and other utilities.
Check out some of the best 1 bedroom rentals in London here.
Homelike offers spacious, furnished 2 bedroom flats with WiFi and all bills included in the rent.
Yes! Homelike has a good selection of fully furnished apartments in London without a deposit requirement to make your move to London easier and cheaper.
Renting in London can be notoriously expensive. Be prepared to pay anything between 1500 and 10,000 GBP depending on the size of the apartment and neighborhood.
If you’re moving to London with your family and need a large apartment in a child-friendly neighbourhood, check out neighborhoods like Hillingdon, Kensington and Notting Hill. We’ve prepared a detailed guide on London’s best neighborhoods for families to help you decide.
Expats in London love neighborhoods such as Camden, Chelsea and Battersea. Kentish Town and Shoreditch are great options too. Our detailed London neighborhood guide will help you decide where to live.
London is generally an expensive city in terms of cost of accommodation. If you’re on a tight budget, check out some of the more budget-friendly neighborhoods such as Paddington, Dalston and Croydon