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Confused about Guarantors?

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Thinking about renting private accomodation while at Univeristy? One of the most important factors you have to be aware of is the issue of Guarantors as almost all Landlords will require you to have one. 

Confused about what a Guarantor actually is? No problem, the charity advicenow has created a number of videos that explain what a guarantor is, how to get one and what factor they play during your tenancy.  

 

If you have further queries about Guarantors, or about private accomodation in general, book an appointment with an adviser from the SAC who can help you out. 

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