What's a rough estimate for Utility Bills for a 1 bed flat?
Ok probably a weird question but I'm looking into buying my first home at the mo n want a rough idea on what my monthly bills would cost on a 1 bed flat.
etc just to give me a rough guide on whether i can afford to live if i went for it.
Hope someone can help ... Thanx
- cornflake#1Lv 71 decade agoBest answer
This is not a simple question.
You've given no indication of:
- What type of house/flat it is.
- The region where the house is.
- What the temperature range is locally.
- The cost per unit of electricity (ideally from a range of suppliers).
- Standing charges (if applicable).
- What type of heating the house has.
- Is it well insulated.
- What you can afford.
- What everyone around this property is paying (on average)
- Whether there are any changes pending in utility rates
- What is the area like for petty crime.
Do a bit of research and find these things out yourself.
Of course I could just lift my pinky to my mouth in the style of Dr Evil and say, "one Hundred Billion dollars..." that makes as much sense!
- 1 decade ago
I just moved into mine in December......
My gas and electric are £50 together on direct debit each month
My water is £20
I haven't got my insurance yet but if its contents only you wouldn't be looking to pay more then £80-100 for the year,
Also don't forget your T.V licence which is around £120 for the year,
Hope this helps, good luck!
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- 1 decade ago
Hello. Me and my partner lived in a one bedroom flat last year and we paid £40 for gas and electric and £30 for water and £15 for insurance.
Hope this helps
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- OLv 41 decade ago
gas 9, elec 10, water 4, ins 3, all per week, uk, depending on suppliers and if dual fuel for gas/elec
- Anonymous1 decade ago
£140 a month altogether approx