Fife Council tenants are being given a say on how much more they pay in rent next year.
Tenants will be consulted on three options – a 3%, 3.5% or 4% increase – throughout December and January.
The local authority has pledged it will take their views into account when a final decision is agreed at the budget meeting in February.
Consultation documents and response forms will be coming out with the Down Your Street magazine, which is being delivered to every council tenant in Fife.
Rents go into the housing revenue account which is used to improve homes and build new houses so the rate of increase will determine how much money is available for future projects.
The options were tested out at a series of tenant gatherings.
Half of those who took part said they preferred a 3.5% rise over a three-year period.