London, United Kingdom, January 29, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- The Reducing Rent Arrears Conference comes at a critical time for housing providers. With final dates announced for the roll out of Universal Credit, and a 41.1% rise in the average level of rent arrears of Universal Credit claimants since the roll out,* this conference provides you with the strategic guidance to prevent, manage and recover tenants’ arrears.
With housing services having to reduce costs as the 1% rent reduction is implemented, attend to benefit from transferable strategies that will enable you to make significant savings by transforming services to encourage digital rent collection.
This timely event brings together best practice case studies to help you formulate an effective strategy for income recovery. Attend to hear how to reduce arrears by focusing on pre-emptive measures and behaviour change techniques.
Key topics include:
Increasing rent collection across multiple streams
Communicating changes in welfare to residents and ensuring rent payment is a priority for tenants
Developing support for identified high-risk tenants
Do not miss this excellent networking opportunity to make certain you are able to reduce rent arrears within the context of evolving welfare reform.
Contact: Veronika Blaskova on 020 7202 0571 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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