John Mcgowan

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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 22

John Mcgowan

17:51 PM, 2nd March 2019
About 5 months ago

High Court rules "Right to Rent" breaches human rights!

Reply to the comment left by B4lamb at 01/03/2019 - 13:04
If landlords are required to do the work of the border control officers then they need to be trained properly and be given indemnity insurance by the home office and be paid to do these checks as at the moment they could be incorrectly accused of racism.... Read More

John Mcgowan

21:38 PM, 20th July 2018
About A year ago

Consultation Testimonials

My wife and I have incorperated our property portfolio successfully using the professional advice and services of Mark Alexander at property 9 months ago. His advice was crucial to to us both before and during the process and we will seek further advice soon to help our children avoid inheritance tax after we have gone. The incorporation of our property portfolio has improved our current and future tax positions significantly. Mark answered all of our questions well and very promptly and we would thoroughly recommended him to anyone who needs good sound advice.... Read More

John Mcgowan

10:38 AM, 2nd March 2018
About A year ago

Mandatory HMO licensing to be extended

This government are incompetent and guilty of massively damaging the PRS for tenants and landlords alike. They will in the end be responsible for substantial homelessness and a significant increase in poverty throughout the country. Of course they will try to lie their way out and blame landlords for their own despicable behaviour. Never ever trust dirty self centred lying politicians such as these.... Read More

John Mcgowan

13:17 PM, 5th February 2018
About A year ago

New Landlord Tax Could Affect 4.6 million Tenants

These tenants will of course be detrimentaly effected by increases in rent and a further shortage of rented accommodation which this government and Shelter will try to blame on landlords.... Read More

John Mcgowan

21:20 PM, 15th January 2018
About 2 years ago

Government backs Bill giving tenants powers to sue landlords for unfit properties

Reply to the comment left by Heather G. at 15/01/2018 - 19:54
Unquestionably the licensing schemes are very poor value for money and seem to be a money making scheme for councils and jobs for the boys and girls to keep the establishment strong and finances robust at the expense of good landlords. Only a few substandard landlords are forced to improve the property conditions. The scheme apparently targets bad landlords but no such scheme targets bad tenants. Why is this ? It's quite a mystery that tenants who setup cannabis factories are no longer chased down by the police. Furthermore property wreckers and tenants who don't pay their rent, council tax and utility bills are not chased and prosecuted either despite owing thousands of pounds to landlords and other organisations.... Read More