flat-hunting

flat-hunting

n
the activity of looking for a flat in which to live
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She has previously told how her famous boy wizard creation simply "fell" into her head years earlier while on a crowded train to London after a weekend flat-hunting in Manchester in 1990.
The most likely place for Mourinho to start flat-hunting is the 48-storey Beetham Tower, where the biggest flats cost between pounds 4,000 and pounds 6,000 per month.
Few would want to go flat-hunting on icy roads, hence renting out your own apartment will prove time-consuming.
Urged on by their niece (Cynthia Nixon), the couple start flat-hunting in Manhattan while suffering the indignity of potential buyers visiting their home and loudly commenting on its flaws.
Swedish teen finds 'good- looking' mate -- and a flat This 19-year-old Swede posted an ad on a flat-hunting Facebook page in Gothenburg, when she was planning her return from Spain.
It said: "The incentives for vendors and estate agents to highlight the cost and quality of property management to purchasers appears to be limited, with the result that many prospective purchasers have little awareness of leasehold and service charge liabilities when flat-hunting and may not be able to ask the relevant questions or factor these issues into their planning.
After flat-hunting with the help of his assistant Cheryl, Warwick moves into his new apartment.
April, 2002: William and Kate go flat-hunting to find a house for their second year.
Roly poly Johnny, real name Michael Pennington, is now flat-hunting for his own place near the family home in Muswell Hill, North London.
Sonia is reaching the end of her tether and, despite Martin's reticence, matters come to a head when Pauline finds evidence of her daughter-in-law's flat-hunting.