Is Serco a legitimate route to letting an HMO?
Tenancy Types and Management

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1 month ago

I've been offered an opportunity to purchase and let an HMO through Serco who apparently specialise in complete management and guaranteed income for two years: they let to "vulnerable people" who I have read means asylum seekers. I am therefore guessing that the government is paying. Has anyone heard of this company or had experience with them? It seems to me to be an opportunity falling betweeen too-good-to-be-true and a disaster waiting to happen. 


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