In addition, one participant we spoke to, who had managed to live independently, was interested in highlighting the good relationship she had with her landlord, which allowed her to decorate and be flexible to allow her to pay her deposit over a long period of time. This is just one proof that trust and understanding between landlords and young people means that it is entirely possible to create a successful and positive lease that works for both parties. Note that better prices are available for properties rented to tenants if the lease with the tenant exists, but the rent is subsidized by the DSS. It emerges from this discussion and the comments of the specialized press that, in general, no one wants to discriminate, but that the owners have doubts about the functioning of the universal credit / housing system (essentially the lack of direct payments), problems of clearance of tenants who violate the conditions of their rental contracts and, in some cases, clauses in mortgage or insurance policies, which prevent renting to “DSS” tenants. It`s always good when DSS tenants have previous owners because you can get good solid references. In fact, personally, I wouldn`t take care of a DSS client without a prior rent reference. Concrete questions: This case clearly warns both the landlord and the landlord against the fact that rejecting rental applications solely on the grounds that the applicant concerns the housing allowance is unlawfully discriminatory and that he may inflict them at the risk of legal action. I am a landlord and I have 6 properties that I do not support for tenants, and I openly apologize if someone asks. The reason for this is that of all the tenants I have taken care of, the only ones I have had problems with are tenants who are unemployed and have not worked for a while, and I am not just talking about rent arrears, your damage to the property and abuses for the neighbors and me. I am really sorry for the people who have to claim housing allowances and who are good tenants, because this particular kind of people makes it bad for all HB applicants, I have now started accepting HB tenants, BUT I insist on a 6-month acompage and I will only sign a six-month rental agreement (so far no buyer) how I can cover all the problems from which I get tenants who are on the dole and suddenly get a cheque for £600, go through the door – it`s just too tempting for them, and have you ever tried to get any sense of the caring service of the apartment if it goes wrong? However, she was denied a lease on the basis of the agent`s long-standing “No DSS” policy, which they claimed prevented her from renting property to tenants who were receiving housing allowances.
In some cases, if tenants and landlords reach some sort of agreement, the housing allowance can make payments directly to the landlord. The tenant may have had to invent an excuse, for example.B. .