Any down side to renting terrace house to 3 vulnerable adults with live in carers in M/cr.
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Maureen_539
Maureen_539
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Hello colleagues. Does anyone have experience of letting out a 3/4 bed terraced [furnished] house to 3 adults needing daily support of a 'live in' carer(s), a sort of small scale 'sheltered house' project I presume.

I usually let my FF & well-equipped houses to 3 or 4 students on 11 month AST's. The houses exceed every fire & safety reg. I don't have experience of other clientele, nor what rental could be expected from this venture.
I've been approached by a person skilled in this type of enterprise with a view to taking one of my larger properties to house 3 or 4 vulnerable adults & 1 or 2 'live in' carers.

Has any landlord tried this & is there a website I could visit to glean more information.
What are the drawbacks ?

I understand that this is how 'care in the community' is managed since large institutions closed down.
Any info would be welcome.
Thank you for your time.
M.

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