Why won't estate agents accept rent upfront instead of a guarantor?
My partner and I are looking to move out (currently living with his parents), we found a property with NGU Homelettings but because we don't have an income of £16000 they want a guarantor but we can't get a guarantor so instead we offered 6 months rent upfront and the agency still refused. Different members of staff at NGU keep saying different things, 1 person says we don't need a guarantor and another does.
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