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    HMO Tenancy to Single Joint Tenancy

    Hey guys, I have a licensed HMO property, I was thinking about renting it out to one family instead of room by room.

    What becomes of my HMO license? Do i have to inform the council and let them know the property is no longer being rented out room by room or does it not matter?




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    You might need to change your mortgage and insurance from HMO to single tenant.

    It would be wise to inform the council of the change so they don't decide to do a spot check. You might get a refund on your license.

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