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Would a landlord rent you a property with no deposit?

How can I get a place without a deposit and other bonds?

Asked on Sep 25 2012, Renting in Leeds | Report content

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  • If you do a Google search for 'renting with no deposit' you might find somewhere, or at least more information.

    Answered on Sep 26 2012, Report content
  • Look for sites in that area online. Usually churches/DSS/charity etc. offer that service. They are out there, I need one myself. Better than getting a loan as no interest to be paid/debt.

    Answered on Mar 14 2013, Report content
  • Hi, A private landlord may be more flexible with rental payments and deposits than landlords who go through a lettings agent. We'd suggest doing a search for private landlords and explaining your situation.

    Answered on Sep 26 2013, Report content
  • I actually signed a 6 month agreement with a tenant who promised to pay me a deposit of 6 weeks - but would do it in installements - as so i agreed but no deposit was ever paid - however the AST agreement did state that a deposit of £1500 was paid - so in effect he could have taken me to court and sued me for 3 times the amount - even though he payed no money - Anyway I go the AST updated and go him to counter sign that no deposit was ever paid.

    Answered on Oct 16 2013, Report content

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