About Landlord Stories
If you have landlord stories to share which you think may be of interest to our readers, we will be delighted to hear from you. Our readers particularly enjoy landlord/tenant related anecdotes, they may not have been funny at the time but we all have a story to tell and we can all learn by sharing them. We will publish the best stories in our Newsletter and you may even be invited to become one of our regular Guest Columnists. Please email your stories to firstname.lastname@example.org
We like landlords stories here at Property118 – Thanks for sharing this fishy tale of a tenant who flooded a property goes to landlord Craig Green
Chris told us:-
“We have a converted Victorian town hose on three floors and a basement, converted to flats in the 1930s. We started as tenants in the top flat, bought it off the Landlord as a failing wreck and have been upgrading ever since.
Part of the upgrading has bee to put in secondary insulated ceilings, and integrated fire alarm system and individual condensing central heating system.
Our tenant in the top front flat has been breeding Angel Fish. While we were away in Scotland, on a Friday afternoon he decided to fill a tank by pumping water from the kitchen sink to a tank by the kitchen window. While he was taking a phone call [on his mobile], he apparently went into the living room and did not notice the water overflowing. Perhaps it was the sound of water splashing on the floor, or the fire alarms shorting out and sounding off throughout the building which eventually alerted him! Anyway, he turned off the taps and the pump. read on
Thanks to Ian Cahill and John Maynard for submitting these Landlord Stories. For details on how to submit your landlord story please click here.
Ian Cahill’s Story – CD’s, Tigers and yet more Tigers
“I had a buy to let house which I let to two tenants(co- habiting) and the man collected CD’S and the woman collected stuffed tiger toys. read on
Thank you to David Dahill for sharing his landlords story and for being the first to respond to Mark Alexander’s offer to share the stage. For details on how to submit your landlords story please click here.
“I have been a landlord for the last 21 years and was having the horror stories conversation with another medium sized portfolio holder just yesterday. I think I won! I have had houses converted into drugs factories, brothels,and a stolen goods warehouse. One of my tenants was a bank robber read on