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Woman Reveals Why She Spent £36K Up Front For 12 Months Rent

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Woman Reveals Why She Spent £36K Up Front For 12 Months Rent

A woman has revealed she spent a mega £36,000 upfront for 12 months of rent. Watch the viral clip below:

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20-year-old TikToker @2.britt took to the app to share her 'confusion' as to why she decided to put down a lump sum of cash rather than paying the monthly rent like most people her age.

She was asked by a follower: "Where were you staying please? The shard??? 3k a month???"

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Credit: TikTok/@2.britt
Credit: TikTok/@2.britt

To which, she replied: "I was renting in Alderley Edge in Cheshire and I moved, like, somewhere else because it was like too Tory for me.

"But we got the money back from the month we didn't live there so it's all good but still who does that, me?

The viral vid was posted last month (18 September) and has racked up 763,600 views with 32,000 likes.

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Even though things seemed to have worked out in the end for Britt, users were still flabbergasted as to why she did it in the first place.

The post was captioned: "Wish I was joking [clown emoji] aha."

Credit: TikTok/@2.britt
Credit: TikTok/@2.britt

One user wrote: "You could've got 12,000 meal deals with that."

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"Now I feel even worse than I did before," replied the TikToker.

Someone else simply asked: "Where the hell did she get the 36k from?"

To which, Britt responded 'OF xx,' which is, of course, referring to Only Fans... however, we don't yet know if this is true or not.

Another user revealed: "5-bedroom pool villa on the beach or ocean view is £500-600 a month here in Thailand."

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That kind of makes me feel a bit sad.

Credit: Pexels
Credit: Pexels

Although some absolute baller/complete liar in the comments section wrote: "Don't worry I spend double that on rent if it makes you feel better."

A final user concluded: "That's not far from half what I owe on my mortgage."

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In general, deposits put down by first-time buyers have actually increased by £10,000 on average from 2019 to 2020, hitting a new record across the UK.

The typical new buyer deposit in London increased by £20,000, with the average in the capital hitting more than £130,000, according to a property index by Halifax.

Across the UK, the average deposit in 2020 was £57,278, up from £46,499 in 2019 - that's a 23 percent increase, or £10,829.

Crazy times.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: TikTok

Anish Vij
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