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Renting based on income

Do you have to make over a certain amount of money per annum before you can rent?

Asked on Apr 12 2016, Renting in Scotland | Report content

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  • Hi Steph_holbein, There isn't really an exact amount that you need to rent a property, but most landlords will want you to prove that you can pay the bills. It's common to ask for proof of employment, as well as a payslip from work. If they aren't sure that you're making enough to pay your rent and other bills, they might not offer you a lease. Alternatively, they may ask that you get a guarantor to pay the rent if you miss a payment. Many thanks, Dan

    Answered on May 11 2016, Report content

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