Please note, if you successfully bid for three suitable properties and fail to attend three arranged viewings or you refuse three offers of tenancy, your application may be suspended from the housing register for up to six months. You should only bid for properties you would accept a tenancy of. You also need to ensure when you bid that you have sufficient funds available to pay any rent in advance required by the Landlord, removal costs etc.
Harborough Home Search is a partnership between Harborough District Council and all of the Housing Associations operating in the district.
This site displays all of the rented and shared ownership properties the housing associations currently have available. You will also find details of other housing options such as mutual exchanges within the district.
We aim to give you more choice in deciding where you want to live in the District. Housing Association properties that are available for rent will be advertised every week online and in our Housing Options Booklet.
You can choose which properties you are interested in and show your interest by bidding for a property. You may only bid for a property if your application has been accepted onto our housing register. Don't worry about the word 'bid' this does not involve money it just means you are telling us that you are interested in a particular property and want to be considered for it.
You can place a 'bid' on this website, or by telephone.
To place a bid by telephone you will need to have your unique Harborough Home Search reference number, your memorable date password and the property reference number that you want to bid for. The number to call when placing a bid is 0300 011 0129.
Our website contains useful information to help you find you a suitable home. You can use this website to:
If you would like help to use Home Search please contact the Harborough Home Search team where one of our Housing Advisers will be able to assist.
Click How to Contact Us for contact details and opening hours.
Some information on this site is in PDF format (Portable Document Format) To view these documents you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader.