It’s not surprising that the landlords I work with are nervous about renting to DSS tenants !

It has been widely reported that in a bid to cope with Britain’s housing shortage, councils often advise tenants facing eviction, and in need of social housing, to stay put in buy-to-let properties when landlords ask them to leave.

This is because, with resources already stretched, councils are reluctant to rehouse tenants until they are legally evicted and ‘technically’ homeless. Now for the first time, specialist tenant eviction company, Landlord Action, has been instructed by a landlord whose tenant vacated his property only to subsequently break back in, allegedly on the advice of Havering Borough Council.

http://www.propertyreporter.co.uk/landlords/tenant-advised-to-break-back-into-landlords-property-by-council.html?utm_source=Email+Campaign&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=21136-234778-Campaign+-+07%2F11%2F2017+eMoov