Rent arrears could mean you are at risk of losing your home. If you have rent arrears or are struggling to pay your rent you need to take action. Don't ignore the problem or you could be evicted.
If your landlord takes steps to evict you for rent arrears, act fast. It may still be possible to keep your home. We explain what you can do
Your landlord can take steps to evict you for rent arrears if you don't pay the rent for your council, housing association or housing co-op home
Check the amount of rent arrears you owe to your landlord. You may disagree with the amount of rent arrears your landlord says are owed
Delays in paying your housing benefit can get you in rent arrears. Make sure you give the council all the information it needs to process your claim
See why it's worth talking to your landlord and negotiating if you have rent arrears. You may be able to come to an arrangement and avoid court action.
Reducing rent arrears is important as you could be evicted if you fall behind with your rent. Get practical tips on paying off your rent arrears