Welcome to Home Relief Bulletin Board
Monday 28 September 2020
by the Property Team
Post No. 160
Help to Rent in the New Academic Year
Our campaign for home rentals and lets in the New Academic Year continues this week with Help to Rent as the main feature and part of our rental brand. It continues because there is still some unmet demand of accommodation for certain types of home seekers.
Who make this unmet demand?
The types of renters making it include the following:
• Home seekers (such as students, academics, families relocating to start a new school term etc.) who are still looking for accommodation
• Those who are resuming their economic activity after the lockdown or self-isolation because of the coronavirus
• Ordinary people and families who are struggling to find affordable locations and constantly looking for cheap places to rent
• Those who do not earn enough to buy their own homes
• Those who are looking for budget areas and properties to rent
For most of them, they may face a long rental journey and need some help to rent before they can effectively rent a property.
We are offering to all these prospective tenants and home seekers Help-to-Rent service to shorten and smooth their rental journey.
What is Help to Rent from Home Relief’s perspective?
Help to Rent is an extra service designed by Home Relief as part of its rental brand to help reduce home deprivation by working with those who are looking for affordable homes and finding it difficult because of their conditions of life, circumstances of work, employment and income status or budget limitations.
What is included in Help to Rent by Home Relief?
As part of this week’s Help-to-Rent, our home-renting campaign will include two areas of focus: raising awareness about Help to Rent support and products from Home Relief, and home-finding solutions for those who are finding it hard to rent.
(1) Raising awareness about Home Relief’s Help-to-Rent support service and products
Home Relief Tenant’s Help-To-Rent support includes the following:
Rental file and profiling, Review of tenants’ social media accounts, Property searches, Applications advice, Forms filling surgeries, Reference package and profiling, Digital forms filling, Video previews of properties to let before visits, Deposit and rent in advance schemes, Building credit records history, Mediation and advocacy and Rental legislation clinics, Protection advice against the coronavirus.
For further details about the contents of each these areas of support or products, contact Home Relief.
(2) Providing home-renting solutions to ordinary home seekers
Raising awareness about Home Relief’s Help-to-Rent products and knowing them is not enough unless one applies or uses this Help-to-Rent.
Their use is what would make a helpful difference in the lives of those ordinary people and families in need of accommodation. Help to Rent can make rental life easier, less stressful and cost effective.
So, our feature for this week is the types of Help-to-Rent one can get when renting through Home Relief.
If you are looking for an affordable location and home, Home Relief is the people dealing with affordable homes you could consider in your property searches and enquiries.
For more information about our property service to home buyers and tenants, please go to https://homerelief.co/tenants/
For more information about our property service to home sellers and landlords/ladies, please go to https://homerelief.co/landlord
For properties to rent and let, go to https://homerelief.co/property-search/
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Thank you for reading this post.
We look forward to receiving your regular visits to Home Relief website and to doing business with you throughout the year.
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