Presentation on theme: "Case Studies Part 2: Mutual exchange and home ownership."— Presentation transcript:
Case Studies Part 2: Mutual exchange and home ownership
HomeSwapper: The mutual exchange solution for tenants and landlords Kevin Gilhooly Head of Partnership Development HomeSwapper
What tenants say about HomeSwapper
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What landlords say about HomeSwapper
1.If a Landlord does not subscribe to the HomeSwapper mutual exchange there will be a monthly fee chargeable to their tenants The fee will be:- £6.95 per 3 months £12.95 per 6 months £23.95 per 12 months 2.If a Landlord does subscribe to HomeSwapper service there will be no charge to the landlord’s tenants Costings
Nil Direct Cost to Tenant “ “ “ “ “ “ As Previous List Cost (approx) Price on Application 4,00015,000-Above Nil3,00010,000-14,999 Nil2,5005,000-9,999 Nil2,0002,000-4,999 Nil1,0001,000-1,999 Nil Nil Extra Cost to Landlords Landlord Annual Fee £ Stock Costings HomeSwapper costings when landlord does subscribe to the service
“It ought to be much easier for tenants to move or swap homes with the benefit of more sophisticated information technology and social landlords should do all they can to facilitate this process”. Sir George Young, MP, former Housing Minister Source: A report, Tenant Mobility: a retrospective of housing mobility schemes
Kevin Gilhooly: Customer Services: * * The number is only for landlords and tenant representatives Contact details
Your response What can you learn from the HomeSwapper system to improve and enhance your local mutual exchange system?