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i was reading a while ago that if you own your own home, you can lease your home to the local authority. this would be for a minimum period of five years and the local authority will be responsable for all up-keep of the property, and pass the rent payments onto the owner. is this correct or is it just rumours

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Hello

 

I am assuming this is a property you don't live in and wish to pursuing letting it vacant to the Council, so they can allocate it to someone.

 

The short answer is yes, as Councils have been given the powers to do that. It depends if your Council has chosen to do it.

 

Normally, Councils are keen to address a shortage of social rented housing in their area.

 

I suggest you check with your local council- someone with responsibility for private housing or homelessness.

 

Let us know how you get on please and best of luck.

 

Kind regards, Kennythecelt


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Thankyou Kennythecelt:)

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