Rent Arrears – Your rights – How we can help

Rent Arrears Problems

It may be distressing to get into rent arrears. But don’t disregard the situation. You might end up losing your home if you do not take action to pay back what you owe.

To find out what you can do to stop yourself getting evicted for rent arrears, read this blog fully.

If you are struggling with your Rent payments you should firstly contact your housing, Council or Landlord. Explain to them your situation and arrange a repayment plan or a payment arrangement date.

Rent Arrears – Talk To Your Landlord

It’s understandable that you would be afraid to tell your landlord or agent that the rent will be late.

But before you actually fail to pay up, it is far better to get the issue out in the open.

When you’re actually talking to your landlord:

Explain why the rent will be late and ask for some additional time.
To help ensure that it won’t happen again, be clear about what you’re doing to address the issue.

Identify the issue and map out a plan

It’ll be clear, in some situations, why you have a problem.

Maybe your earnings or expenses have unexpectedly changed for the worse.

For instance, because you lost your job or because your partner moved out and stopped contributing to the rent.

In other examples, it may simply be that you live beyond your means. You’ll need a strategy either way.

It could lead to eviction and a poor reference from your landlord if your rent is consistently late.

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