Problems Paying Rent
Paying your rent should be one of your main priorities when it comes to dealing with bills or debts as non-payment can lead to you being evicted from your home. This is always a last resort for Kendoon and we will work with you as much as possible to prevent this from happening. In order to help, we will need your full co-operation.
Don’t suffer in silence. If your bills and debts are building up, ignoring them can only make matters worse.
We can help you maximise your income by making an appointment with our welfare advisor who is available at our offices every Tuesday afternoon. Please contact us to arrange an appointment.
How we can help
If you have problems making your rent payments, tell us straight away. We will listen and offer advice and information on how to solve the problem.
- Do not ignore letters, phone calls, text messages or visits from our staff concerning arrears.
- Do contact us if you have a problem with rent payments or receive a letter about your rent account.
- Do ensure you make any claim for Housing Benefit promptly and have evidence of making a claim. We can assist you with this
- Do seek independent advice from an organisation such as a Citizens Advice Bureau if you have debt, benefits or serious arrears problems. We can put you in touch.
Remember if you do not pay your rent you may be evicted from your home.