If you started renting from a private landlord on or after 1 December 2017, you're likely to have a private residential tenancy.
If your tenancy agreement started before 1 December 2017 you don't have a private residential tenancy.
Within an RPZ, there's a limit to how much a landlord can increase a tenant's rent. An RPZ only has an effect if:
There's no limit on what landlords can charge new tenants.
Currently there are no Rent Pressure Zones in Scotland.
Use this checker if you want to find out:
You can use this checker if you want to know whether your home is in an RPZ.
If your home is in an RPZ, it means that there is a limit to how much your landlord can increase your rent.
Enter a postcode to find the property's address.