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Business Development Assistant
|Move Date||10th Aug 2018|
|Budget||£300 to £500 per month|
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Currently, I am looking for somewhere to move into at the beginning of September. I am looking for somewhere clean and modern to share with people just like me! I love animals so I would not mind living somewhere with a fury tenant either!
I consider myself to be sociable, well mannered, understanding, clean and an attentive individual. My work is my number one priority which makes me very goal and career orientated. However, I am also up for meeting new people and making friendships during my house share. During weekends, if I am not being lazy and watching Netflix, I love to go out for adventures with my friends.
I have lived in North West London for the majority of my life so I particularly know the following areas well and would be willing to move here; West Hampstead, Kilburn, Brent Cross, Cricklewood, Kilburn, St John's Wood, Swiss Cottage, Neasden and Wembley. I also have spent time at college and a year of living in West London and would not mind living in the following areas either; Ladbroke Grove/Portobello Road, Shepard's Bush, Latimer Road.
|Seeker Type||I am an individual|
|Gender||Not Specified / Mixed|
|Orientation||Not Specified / Mixed|
|Nationality||Not Specified / Mixed|
|Religion||Not Specified / Mixed|
|Age||16 to 99|
|Couples allowed||Not Important|
|Students accepted||Not Important|
|JSA / DSS accepted||Not Important|
|Smokers accepted||Not Important|
|Pets allowed||Not Important|
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