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Our service is aimed at students, persons in employment and those in receipt of benefits who cannot provide a suitable UK guarantor to satisfy the needs of a tenancy.

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I was really struggling to find a guarantor and I needed one asap, otherwise I couldn’t move in to the property. I found Rent Guarantor and they took care of my application in less than 24h and definitely took a weight off my shoulders! Super quick, simple and efficient. I definitely recommend this company! :)

Patient, understanding and helpful in many ways. Quick to respond to questions and non judgemental. An outstanding company who I would recommend first and foremost in the rental market.

Simple and easy to use website. Simple and straight forward process. When I needed to phone I got through to someone quickly and my queries were answered. So nice not to have to hold for ages to speak to someone. Friendly and very helpful.

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As the UK government attempts to look ahead to life without restrictions, it is once again moving forward with discussion on reforms to the country's Private Rental Sector (PRS).

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