Tracing a Guarantor
Tenants have vacated the property owing rent.
A guarantor is in place, but they have moved house, and the agency only supplied me with the guarantor’s postal address.
I have tried going back to agents, but it was from some years ago, so I am struggling with additional info.
What company can I use to trace the new address of the guarantor?
I only have their name and previous address (though I think I found her on FB, I can’t see any other helpful info…).
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