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Any advice please.
Have you had the opportunity to view the property you have bid on, usually that would happen first. Often letters are sent to the top X bidders, (perhaps 3, maybe 6 etc), you will all be invited to view and asked if you wish to sign up there and then. The viewer with the longest waiting time and highest priority gets the first choice and so on. However, this may not be the process employed by this authority, you will need to clarify with them.
Thanks for this, anonymous. I have started researching, carefully...much appreciated.
posted Anonymously, 05/03/2014 1:53 pm in Tenancy succession
"Affordable rent" is too high for many of the vulnerable people in social housing. If you signed up for that (probably with no other choice at the time) then you are stuck with it I'm afraid. However, Labour are talking about abolishing "affordable rent" as it is simply not affordble for poorer tenants and is a benefit trap.
This is interesting to be honest i don't know a lot about tenant but look's like i am going to learn about it from here.Well lately i am doing a driving training or ajokoulutus in Finland at the same time also looking for an apartment with a good tenant's agreement cause lately those agreement of tenant are quite not good for not allowing some things.
That only thing that you can do now is to pay the water bill and leave in that apartment and look for another one whica the owner will be the one who will pay it.Well in my apartment in Finland and as an staff of [url]http://www.tapaturva.fi/[/url] i am not paying the water bill and i never encounter paying by my self those water bill and i think i am lucky about it.
I agree it is really an crazy idea and i feel interested too about it cause there is something in this idea that i can't fully understand.
I'm not an expert but my understanging is that you are lucky to be in the same property. I don't believe it is about when you have lived in the property but is more about who holds the tenancy. As your father died in 1997 I believe your mother would have succeeded to the tenancy at that time. Only 1 person succeeds to a tenancy, paying rent does not make you a tenant. You effectively answer your own question as you state you were given a new assured tenancy in 2004. If Housing Associations work in the same way ...
Hi - thanks for the response.