Receiving 6 months rent in advance
Tenancy Types and Management

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12 years ago
I agree there's normally a problem with tenants offering to pay 6 months up front but we had a family who recently moved to the area, so didn't have employment, but had the proceeds from the sale of their house. They passed the usual checks, paid 6 months plus the deposit, and are still there 5 years on. Be cautious but maybe you'll be lucky as well!

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