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House Repossession - Support and advice (England)

Your lender may seek to repossess your home if you are in mortgage arrears. However, you may be able to prevent court action by negotiating with your lender. Visit Shelter's website for detailed...


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...


Accommodation rights for bereaved families in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

If your partner died in Service and you are living in Service Family Accommodation , you have the right to live there for up to two years. You will have to pay rent during this time, but you may be...


Getting help with eviction (Scotland)

There is help available if you are facing eviction. Your rights as a tenant will vary depending on the type of tenancy you have, and whether you live with your landlord. For advice on your housing...


Advice on getting a mortgage in Scotland

Getting a mortgage may be one of the biggest financial decisions you make, so it is important to know your options. Visit the MoneyForce website for advice on choosing a mortgage and getting the...


Getting help with eviction (Wales)

If you are facing eviction, there is help available. You are protected against some forms of eviction as part of your tenancy agreement, but in some cases, your landlord will have a right to evict...


Getting help with eviction (Northern Ireland)

There is help available if you are facing eviction. As a tenant you have certain rights to protect you, but in some cases a landlord will have a legal right to evict you. This procedure is called...


Homelessness – applying before you are discharged in Northern Ireland

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 Northern Ireland

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...