Renting a home
When you are renting a home it is important for you to know what you can afford and understand the kind of rental agreement you are entering into.
Find out about your rights and responsibilities as a tenant so that you can follow the rules. These pages can give you helpful information on problems you may have while renting. Find out what to do if you are facing eviction.
Information on assured tenancies and assured shorthold tenancies for private tenants including rent, repairs and the right to stay in the accommodation.
Explains the responsibilities of someone who acts as a guarantor for rent.
Information on secure and assured tenancies for tenants of local authorities, housing associations and housing cooperatives covering rent, repairs, the right to stay in the home and introductory tenancies.
Explains the rights and responsibilities of people who rent a property together.
Rights of tenants facing eviction because their private landlord falls behind on with their mortgage payments and is facing repossession.
Information on tenancy agreements including the rights and obligations of tenants and landlords, and covering sham tenancies and unfair tenancy agreements.
Link to information on the Landlord Accreditation Wales website giving guidance on letting property, letting a room in your home, carrying out repairs, protecting tenants' deposits, giving notice to leave.