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Which properties can I bid for.... before bidding please consider:

Is the property designated for Homeseekers/Transfers or both?
Your bid will not count if, for example, the property is for home seekers only and you are a transferring tenant.

Is there an age restriction on the property?
Some properties have a minimum age requirement, for example, in some cases only people over 60 can apply. This will be shown by a picture icon on the advert.

What can I bid for?
We will use the information you give us on your form to assess your eligibility.

Some properties will only be available to let to people working in the Borough.

You can bid for up to 3 properties in one bidding cycle.

Sometimes the Council restricts bidding to specific applicants.

What does the mobility icon mean?
This is intended to provide a guide to people who have various levels of mobility needs. This does not restrict anyone else from bidding for these properties but the advert will often say that priority will be given to members with mobility needs.

If there is no pet icon you will not be given permission to keep a pet. If you have a pet you will need to check for the ‘pet’ icon on an advert to know if pets are acceptable.

Circumstances where you may not be invited to view a property
If your circumstances are not verified or if you have rent arrears or other issues with your tenancy, you may not be invited to view a property.

Before you bid
Check out the location of the property on a map to make sure it’s really a place you would consider moving to. Do not waste your 3 bids on areas you do not intend to accept an offer on.

RBC LIVING & HOMES will ensure that copies of the adverts will be available fortnightly on Tuesdays at Runnymede Civic Centre.