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Homelessness – applying before you are discharged in England and Wales

The MOD's Joint Service Housing Advice Office (JSHAO) is a service that provides service personnel and their dependants with civilian housing information. They can help you consider your housing...


Managed accommodation for ex-Service people in Scotland

Managed accommodation is a good choice for veterans that want to retain their independence and live with like-minded people in a safe, stable community. You will be able to access affordable...


Buying a home in Wales

To buy a home you must first find out how much you can afford. Many banks and building societies offer mortgage loans, but there will be other upfront costs such as a deposit and stamp duty. See the...


Support with moving back into civilian accommodation in England

If you are planning to leave the Armed Forces, you can get assistance with finding somewhere to live. You should contact the Joint Service Housing Advice Office (JSHAO) before leaving the Armed...


Possession Action in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

Private landlords do not need a legal reason to evict you, but they must follow a series of procedures to do so. These procedures depend on the terms and type of tenancy agreement you have. For...


Applying for social housing in Wales

What is social housing? Local councils and housing associations offer affordable accommodation for rent, which is known as social housing. Applicants must join a waiting list to be considered, as...


Homelessness – applying before you are discharged in Scotland

The MOD's Joint Service Housing Advice Office (JSHAO) is a service that provides service personnel and their dependants with civilian housing information. They can help you consider your housing...


Buying a home in Scotland

To buy a home you must first find out how much you can afford. Many banks and building societies offer mortgage loans, but there will be other upfront costs such as a deposit and stamp duty. See the...


Private renting in Scotland

Renting a property privately will be from a private landlord, who could be a company, individual, family, charity, or group. You can rent through a local estate agent or search for homes online. What...


Where can I find help with private landlord problems in England?

Disagreements between you and your landlord can happen when renting privately, but there are actions you can take to resolve disputes or make a complaint if the differences continue. What problems...