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What if I can't pay deposit?

Asked on Mar 22 2010, Renting in Stoke-on-Trent | Report content

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  • Not many landlords or lettings agents will allow you to move in without a deposit, it may be worth speaking with your local authority to see if there is any help or schemes available for you.

    Answered on Mar 22 2010, Report content
  • What deposit do you actually mean? You're not giving much a way...!

    Answered on Mar 22 2010, Report content
  • Best thing is to speak to the local athority or your local citizen advice bureau good luck

    Answered on Mar 22 2010, Report content
  • Most private landlords will not accept a tenant without a deposit. Your local authority should be able to help you and might be worth a call to Citizens Advice Bureau.

    Answered on Mar 23 2010, Report content
  • Are you renting or buying? You would always be required to pay a deposit if renting a property however if you are having financial difficulties your local council may be able to help with a loan

    Answered on Mar 24 2010, Report content
  • You do sometimes get private landlords that dont take a deposit but it is very rare, the best thing you can do is either get in contact with your local authority or citizens advice bureau and they may be able to help you with a crisis loan

    Answered on Mar 25 2010, Report content

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