Pay rent and leaseholder charges
The quickest way to pay your rent or leaseholder charges is online, using your tenancy number, which can be found on any documentation you have been sent about your rent.
Other ways to pay
This is the easiest way to pay your rent. Payments can be made weekly, fortnightly, four weekly or monthly. Just choose a regular payment day and your payment will automatically be collected from your bank. You can contact ForHousing on 0300 123 55 22 to set up a Direct Debit or complete the form and they will contact you.
This is the ForHousing mobile app that can be downloaded in the App Store or Play Store on your mobile. It’s the fastest and easiest way to manage your rent account, make payments, report & track repairs and more.
PayPoint or Post Office
Using your payment card, you can make payment at any outlet displaying the PayPoint sign or Post Office. A list of PayPoint outlets in the area can be found using the locator tool on the PayPoint website.
You can use the automated telephone payment system on 0300 123 7029 (normal network charges apply), using your credit or debit card or you can contact ForHousing on 0300 123 55 22.
Struggling to pay rent
We realise that this is a challenging time and if you are struggling to pay your rent, help and support is available.
ForHousing support can help with:
- Maximising your income, such as ensuring you are receiving the correct benefits, helping you to claim or challenge for the correct benefits and help you to claim any other funds that you may qualify for
- Money and Debt advice: helping you to consider the best way to deal with your debts and support you through the process
- Wellbeing Support, such as health & personal wellbeing and tenancy support
- Employment, Training and Vounteering and digital support