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Denbighshire landlords offered supported service

Denbighshire landlords offered supported service

Private landlords throughout Denbighshire are being offered the opportunity to get their properties occupied and the tenancy managed at no cost to themselves.

Adullam Homes Housing Association is a specialist provider of quality housing and support services and has been contracted by Denbighshire County Council to provide temporary homes and assistance for single people, couples and families.

Tenants are people who have either been homeless or have limited experience of managing their own accommodation. The support provided by Adullam for them covers everything from budgeting and understanding tenancy agreements to engaging in the community and taking care of their health.                                                  

The Association is now looking for a range of properties, from one-bed flats to two or three-bed houses around Denbighshire to add to the dozens it already manages.

The benefits to landlords are numerous. Adullam pays six months’ rent in advance, properties are decorated and furnished to a high standard, monthly health and safety checks are carried out at each property that help ensure residents are keeping on top of what’s needed. and any damage caused by tenants is repaired.

Comprehensive management agreements are used, and licences are in place to provide protection. Tenants can stay for up to two years, but most are ready to move on within a six to nine-month period.

Property owners who are interest in finding out more should contact Adullam on 1745 404088.