No, wait don't go... UK: 8.5 million of us now rent our homes - as fewer of us can afford to buy. This generation has been called generation rent. Landlords: own one in every five properties. Some landlords have found there is serious money to be made. Many tenants rely on housing benefit to pay the rent. But the government is trying to cut the £26 billion housing benefit bill and more and more tenants can't cover the rent. This is what it is really like on the sharp end/frontline of the new property divide when times are tough. Tenants are getting behind and risk losing their homes and the landlords; amateurs as well as the professional, are owed £282 million. Landlords struggle to get rid of non-paying tenants, some like first-time landlords have only one property and the arrears mean they can no longer cover their mortgage - having to sell everything they owns while tenants refuses to budge. A tenant is facing eviction and homelessness despite a diagnosis of cancer. Her landlord has worked out that he can make more money from sub-dividing her home into multi-lets and he wants her out. Meet the Landlords Hundreds of thousands unwilling to pay their rent. Thousands of landlords renting out nothing more than prison cells (creating bedsits where ever, and when ever possible) Sky hight rents... London needs sorting out. Quickly.