Tips To Pay Your House Rent With Ease In Nigeria

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By Daniel Shodamola,

If you’ve just gotten your dream job and considering renting a self-contain apartment or moving into a new apartment, the thought of being able to pay your rent before the due date and consistently without having clashes with your landlord starts to come to mind. In fact, some people will rather remain under the shelter of parents than rent their own apartments just because of the fear of being able to pay their rent without going bankrupt.

Tips To Pay Your House Rent With Ease In Nigeria

You’re growing older and you will soon own a family (or maybe you own a family already), therefore, you’ve got to learn to take a risk with my easy ways to pay your house rent conveniently without going bankrupt.

1. Divide your rent by 12 months

Instead of getting scared of the whole rent figure, you should break it down into convenient bits by dividing your annual rent into 12 months. This not only helps you spend wisely as you have to save up your monthly rent from your salary but also prevents you from payment default.

2. Rethink the way you shop

You’re getting more responsible and becoming an adult, hence, you should learn to prioritise your spending. Instead of lavishly spending on movies at the cinema or cloths, you should rethink the way you shop by setting your priorities right.

3. Get a second job

This is one advantage of being young. You can easily multi-task given the strength of your youth. So, to get more income to cater for your house rent, you may get a second job preferably online. Most online jobs are remote and affords anyone the opportunity to work from anywhere.

4. Eat at home

This is one area that reminds you of how single you are. Like me, you may not like this part despite the fact that it saves cost better than eating from restaurants. So, save more by eating from home and that means you should be able to cook.

5. Don’t pay in cash

It is advisable you pay your rent by transferring it directly to your landlord or caretaker’s bank account so as to avoid spending it before your landlord becomes available to receive your payment.

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