Old Mrs Landlord

Registered with Property118.com
Tuesday 2nd February 2016


Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 221

Old Mrs Landlord

2 weeks ago
Negotiating a mortgage balance reduction with Bank of Ireland?

Reply to the comment left by Black Panther at 04/06/2018 - 19:44
By 'RESIDENTIAL' do you mean the mortgage on the home you live(d) in or a BTL mortgage on a residence, ie not a commercial property?... Read More

Old Mrs Landlord

2 weeks ago
Right to Rent faces court battle

Reply to the comment left by David Price at 04/06/2018 - 16:57Don't be too sure about that David; never forget the Conservatives have form for bringing in retroactive legislation! Anticipate "hanging's too good for 'em" comments on a certain anti-landlord forum.... Read More

Old Mrs Landlord

2 weeks ago
Property insurance - Change of tenant circumstance?

Reply to the comment left by Smithy @hotmail at 03/06/2018 - 02:27
Smithy, I think it's something to do with their being at home most of the day, using more appliances etc. which has been shown to increase fire and other risks. Whatever the reason you may be sure there is one and it's based on analysis of claims experience.... Read More

Old Mrs Landlord

4 weeks ago
Citizens Advice on top of Shelter wade in on Default fees

The answer to your final question, Ian, is because they want the votes of the generation who rent and must therefore be perceived as being on the side of tenants. Perception is everything and this ill-thought-through, 'one size fits all' Bill is just part of the window dressing.... Read More

Old Mrs Landlord

A month ago
Reintroduce mortgage interest relief and drop 3% stamp duty surcharge

Reply to the comment left by Monty Bodkin at 17/05/2018 - 11:42
re your aside: HPC's petition has not been supported by Generation Rent on the grounds that their priority is getting S.21 removed. GR actually assert that the tenants pay the cost of S.21 evictions, so perhaps we should be claiming our court and bailiff's costs back from them! Fat chance, since most are evicted for non-payment of rent and/or other misdemeanors which cost landlords dear. Obviously, there are costs to tenants in finding somewhere else to live, but many are serial offenders who manage to live rent free for long periods, thus profiting from their behaviour rather than paying a penalty.... Read More