Sunday, 18 June 2017

Tenants Without Passports Less Likely To Access Homes To Rent

Nearly half of landlords are less likely to rent homes to tenants without a British passport as a result of the immigration tests they have to make. This means that for the seventeen per cent of British citizens who don’t own a passport, many of whom are likely to be some of the poorest in society who cannot afford one, it is now more difficult to access private rented housing. It is also likely that amongst those seeking rented accommodation the proportion without passports is likely to be higher. Read more on the Residential Landlords Association website.

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