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  1. More sub-prime lending ? Deposit-free renting sounds good – or could tenants lose out? https://www.theguardian.com/money/2017/jun/10/deposit-free-renting-will-tenants-lose-out
  2. Hi all Just out of interest, if they do then which country and what line of work please? Cheers Will
  3. Apologies for the simplistic explanation. A few years ago there was some talk of building residential homes by pension companies (and insurance companies?) that would be rented out to tenants on a long term basis. The rental income in turn would then generate a persion for investors. Pretty much how it works in Germany, I understand. Have any of these places been built in the UK yet? I would rather rent this way than via a spiv landlord.
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