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Confusion surrounding the impacts of Brexit has grown significantly in recent months. If you are a landlord, you may be worried about renting to foreign tenants once the UK has left the EU.

Luckily, there will be little change to the housing rights of European nationals who reside in the UK. Landlord Advice's video below goes through some issues and concerns landlords and letting agents may have when the UK leaves the EU.

 

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A research report suggests that the private rented sector is most at risk as a consequence of Brexit, and that any downturn in the housing market is likely to be felt most in the border areas of Northern Ireland, particularly those areas with large numbers of migrants working in agri-food businesses.

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Housing Rights’ annual Private Rented Sector Conference was held on Wednesday 20th November in the Skainos Centre. The PRS 2019 conference, which was sponsored by TDS NI, focused on raising standards in the private rented sector and the day was grouped into three sections:
  • Emerging Issues in the Sector
  • Current Challenges for Landlords & Tenants
  • Future Proofing the PRS

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The “right to rent” is a policy in England that makes it criminal offence to rent a property to someone who doesn’t have permission to live in the UK. 

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The settlement scheme is the UK government’s way of protecting the rights of EU nationals who live in the UK after Great Britain and Northern Ireland leave the EU. EEA nationals should apply to this scheme to ensure their rights are protected after Brexit. 

Under the scheme, EEA nationals can be given either settled or pre-settled status. A person’s rights to access social services, such as housing assistance, will depend on their status.

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Housing Rights will be keeping you up to date with the implications of Brexit on housing in Northern Ireland. Over the past number of weeks we have been working hard to develop resources for the public, housing practitioners, landlords and letting agents.

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