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Housing Benefit Claiments...
Do we accept tenants who claim Housing Benefits?
  • Unfortunatly, not many Landlords are able to accept Tenants who claim Housing Benefits. With the few properties which we have from time to time, where the Landlord is able to accept tenants who are on benefits, then this will be displayed on the advert.

Why don't many Landlords accept Tenants on Benefits?
  • On many occassions, the choice is out of the Landlords control as often Mortgage Companies will stipulate the types of Tenants a Landlord can and can't have in the property and often this excludes benefit claimants.
  • Rent by Tenants is usually paid monthly in advance so that Landlords can meet their obligations such as mortgage payments, however the council pays 4 weekly in arrears, which means that rents are constantly late.