Anyone awaiting an offer of social housing should ask the landlord to accept a rent of six months or more. If you accept an offer of social housing before the end of your fixed-term contract, your landlord may make you responsible for paying the rent of your tenancy until the lease expires. You may be eligible for a housing allowance for both properties for up to 4 weeks if social housing is offered to you and you must cancel your private tenancy. You will not be able to get the rent paid for both properties if you get the Universal Credit. Another thing: while I still prefer to use the account payment system (and the language in my rental contracts, tenants force tenants to use the Avail system for routine rental payments), do NOT use the cash payment system to collect the deposit, first and last month of rent, etc., UNLESS there is enough time for the money to be in your bank account before the a new tenant. Depending on the weekend, holidays, etc. and if the tenant initiated the payment, it can take from 3-4 days to more than a week. You have to understand how it works. For example, if a tenant starts the payment before 2 p.m.
on Monday, the money will be withdrawn from their account on Tuesday and you will probably see the money in your account on Friday. When a tenant makes a payment on January 1, 2020, they will withdraw on January 3 and will not appear on your account until January 8, january 4 and 5 being a weekend. The three days of payment on your account are BUSINESS days and will not start in this case until Monday, January 6. If you do not have enough time, ask for the guarantee, first, last, to be paid by an official bank check, the order of money, if you need cash. I wouldn`t “keep” a unit without some kind of deposit of our warranty. It could be anywhere from $500 to a month`s rent. “This lease does not automatically renew at the end of the term for which it is drawn; However, the lessor and the lessor may ally themselves with a new lease agreement: a) As a general rule, the lessor is willing to enter into a new lease, unless the lessor has other plans for the premises as long as the tenant has substantially complied with the terms of the current lease.