Landlords - Finding a New Tenant

Landlords - Finding a New Tenant

How can I find a New Tenant?

You can advertise your property via this Website (links and information below) or alternatively you may wish to utilise the Social Lettings Agency run throughNeath Port Talbot County Borough Council's Housing Options Team (please see below).

Landlords - Advertise your Available Properties via this Website for FREE!

Landlords - this is an opportunity for you to advertise your properties free of charge.  Please note that we will only advertise properties that are Accredited. If your property is not Accredited, Neath Port Talbot Council runs an Accommodation Accredited Scheme.  Please visit the Landlord Accreditation Section of this website by clicking HERE.


Need help with your Landlord Account?

Download the 'Landlords and Private Properties Guide' HERE.

This guide will explain how to;

  • Register an Account
  • Update your details
  • Add a property
  • Update a property
  • Renew a listing

Should you have any further queries, please use the Contact Page to email us.

Social Letting Agency


The Social Lettings Agency is available to those with an immediate housing need who may normally not have access to the Private Rented Sector. Agency Staff provide support and there are additional control measures (Bond certificates, regular visits, pre-tenancy training etc) to make their tenancies sustainable.

For further information and contact details please click here.

What if my Tenant is struggling to Manage?

Support can be provided to help people who are having difficulties with tenancy-related issues. Tenants in this situation should be advised to contact Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council's Housing Options Service or another professional such as their GP, to ask to be referred to the Tenant Support Scheme.

Support and advice regarding a range of issues such as budgeting/debts, benefit claims and mental health/counselling can be provided.

Alternatively, please refer to the Neath Port Talbot Supporting People Supported Housing Directory 2011 which lists a wide range of Organisations who support people to maintain an independent living and prevent homelessness.