Through our work at Crisis we understand the challenges faced by landlords. That’s why we have a dedicated team of professionals from the property sector and front line homelessness services, on hand to help you manage your property, your tenants, and your compliance needs. All at no cost to your business.
Crisis knows that with enough secure, affordable properties for people to rent, thousands of people can avoid falling into homelessness. That’s why we are invested in finding landlords who would benefit from our services, and who will in turn be part of this critical solution to ending homelessness.
We offer a comprehensive range of professional service packages for you as a landlord, which can be viewed below.
If you’d like to find out more about how our free services can benefit you, get in touch with our specialist team using the contact form. You can also give us a call directly on 0207 426 3808.
Please also see our useful FAQs and have a read about the experience of our team below.
We’d also like to hear from you if you don’t want to commit right now, but have ideas or suggestions on how we could develop our service for landlords, so please get in touch.
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Housing Procurement Manager
Nick brings in depth knowledge and understanding of the Private Rented Sector, as well as a wealth of experience working with both landlords in London and with people experiencing homelessness. Nick has worked in housing since 2014 and took on the role of Housing Procurement Manager for Crisis' London-wide Services in 2019.
Housing Procurement Officer
James brings extensive knowledge of the intricacies of the Private Rented Sector, the welfare system and housing legislation from 6 years of working in the homelessness sector. He has provided both tenancy sustainment and rapid housing solutions to over one thousand individuals to end their homelessness since 2014.
We work with single people who are at risk of or currently experiencing homelessness. This includes people in temporary accommodation and hostels, as well as people sofa surfing and staying in precarious accommodation.
We will require evidence that as a landlord you are fulfilling your legal responsibilities and ensuring your tenants are safe. Our team of experts can assist you with this and provide advice on new and changing landlord regulations.
This is a unique opportunity to access a free and comprehensive service, tailored to your needs as a landlord and delivered by our team of housing experts, whilst also being part of the solution to ending homelessness.
Once your property is ready to let and we are satisfied that it meets legal safety standards, it should take an average of 2 weeks before the tenant moves in.
Yes. It is your property and you can decide to take it back at the end of the initial fixed term, or at any time once the tenancy becomes periodic. You will be required to serve the appropriate notice to the tenant.
Yes. Our service is completely free. We’re invested in working with landlords who can help house people experiencing homelessness because this contributes to our overall mission as an organisation.