Intermediate housing

What is intermediate rent?

Intermediate rent is above social rent but below market rent. Although demand for such homes is high and supply is low, this is a good option for people who can’t afford home ownership or private rent and are unlikely to qualify for social housing from the Council.

As well as being more affordable, you have the assurance that your home is built, managed and let by a social housing landlord such as a housing association or the Council.

Intermediate rent homes are usually let on an assured shorthold tenancy, which means that it is fixed between one and five years, but could be renewed.
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