I'd be very wary of Assured Tenancies. If you want to sell and you have tenants in situ then the property value will be hugely reduced. There are many 'older' HMO occupants who do stay for years, and as the average HMO age is currently rising dramatically due to LHA changes, tenancy durations are likely to extend as 'older' often equals 'more settled'.
Originally Posted by multipropertyguy
An AST with deposit protected by 'My Deposits' or 'The Dispute Service' would allow you to keep the money yourself.
The advice I give on this forum is for general information only. I can provide specialist advice on many tenancy matters including eviction,
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