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Any issues with renting to Skilled Worker Visa people?
Thinking of renting single house to three very nice Filipinos who have come over on a Skilled Worker Visa - their jobs are secure and they are hard-working and reliable.
As they brought little with them and were renting in an over-priced company house previously I will leave beds and pots and pans etc. so I guess you can call Furnished.
Are there any issues I should know about which might make it difficult to rent to SWV people?
I'm thinking if there are any difficulties with getting them registered for utilities or if the BuyToLet (small) mortgage people have issues renting to this group or if BTL House Insurance has issues? They've been in the country 6 months now and I believe that they faced problems with the regular banks (mind you don't we all...)
Thanks in advance
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