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Moving back into my property, can I change the tenants into lodgers?


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Hi,

Just wanted to ask a quick question. I'm moving back into my rental property but was wondering if I could keep two of the current tenants as lodgers? I'm currently letting through an agency but the tenancy agreement makes no mention of this. I think usually if the tenancy comes to an end but you keep the tenants on privately you'd be expected to pay the agency something, however in this instance the relationship is changing as they're not strictly tenants anymore. I'm reluctant to ask the agency and I'd rather not offer something to the tenants yet that I'm unable to deliver. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!

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On 03/03/2020 at 10:23, Rahi Ahmed said:

Hi,

Just wanted to ask a quick question. I'm moving back into my rental property but was wondering if I could keep two of the current tenants as lodgers? I'm currently letting through an agency but the tenancy agreement makes no mention of this. I think usually if the tenancy comes to an end but you keep the tenants on privately you'd be expected to pay the agency something, however in this instance the relationship is changing as they're not strictly tenants anymore. I'm reluctant to ask the agency and I'd rather not offer something to the tenants yet that I'm unable to deliver. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!

Seems like you need a housing solicitor to read over your contract with the agency to see what if anything you would have to pay them if you did this.

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