Registered with Property118.comFriday 15th January 2016
Why don't you ask her how much she wants to move out, as the cost of this may be equal to, or less, than going through the courts, who usually apply the general rule of 'Tenant Good, Landlord Bad!'... Read More
Couldn't agree more. I own eleven Buy-To-Lets in UK but live in Nairobi, in a rented property, with no wish to buy in Kenya, as my previously, to coin a phrase, owned-to-Iive-in property is now rented out to pay rent in Kenya. UK is more stable politically and prices increase faster, so why put money into Kenyan housing market? Also, if thigns go wrong in Kenya I can grab a bag and go and don't lose my money invested in a property here, then I use rent from UK to pay for rent on where I want to go to next, even if it is the UK... Read More
Why are you being so mean spirited and sounding like some sixties B&B matron, who's the self-appointed guardian of the country's morals? By your own admission there was no excess wear & tear. I have 11 properties I tent out and I'd never act like this.
Drop it is my opinion.... Read More
If you're buying a Leasehold property then have the lease extended to as long as possible, with the Ground Rent removed, as well as the right to sublet without charge added, at the tiem of purchase.
Try to make the vendor responsible for these costs.
Best of luck... Read More
Eleven buy-to lets, in South-East London
Startedd portfolio in 1999.