Tenancy fraud can be committed in different ways, but the most common offences are:

  • Subletting
  • Not being truthful to get a tenancy/ providing false information
  • Key Selling
  • Not living in the property

Tenancy Fraud is not a victimless crime, and as a result of it, there can be serious consequences to innocent people.

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If you suspect tenancy fraud, you can contact us directly to investigate. Fill in the form below or call us on 0800 121 6060

All the information you provide will be treated in confidence. 

Report tenancy fraud

Give as much detail as you can, including names and the full address of property where you believe tenancy fraud is taking place.
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What's the impact of tenancy fraud?

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104,000+ families

are in temporary accommodation in England because of tenancy fraud

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310,000+ children

in England have to share a bed at night because of overcrowding

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148,000+ homes

are subject to tenancy fraud in England

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1 in 20 homes

in London are linked to tenancy fraud

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The cost to the tax payer for each sublet home

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£900m+ per year

Tenancy fraud is the biggest cost to the public purse in England

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How can I apply to make a tenancy change?

If you’d like to make a change to your tenancy or if you have any questions, then please contact us.

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