Whiteskifreak Surrey

Registered with Property118.com
Monday 15th February 2016

Member of The Landlords Union

Trading Status
Joint

Insures properties through a broker recommended by Property118
No


Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 444
It's a personal Brexit for this landlord!

I wonder what will happen after Brexit, especially if it is a no-deal one? What will be tax consequences for Non-EU citizen residing in the EU? What about agreements limiting double taxation (or whatever it is called)? As residents of a third country - what will be their rights to actually own assets there? We already have dual nationality and would consider living in our native EU country, but even now the taxation laws are so complicated that you can visit a number of specialist lawyers / accountants and get several different advices. Just a thought.... Read More

Could landlords be incentivised to offer longer term tenancies?

Reply to the comment left by Rob Crawford at 09/07/2018 - 12:26
Well said Rob. We must never acknowledge S24 as being a legitimate one.... Read More

Could landlords be incentivised to offer longer term tenancies?

The only incentive we will have from longer tenancies provision is to evict a decent and well paying family (who really pay well below market rate and have been with us the 4th year on 1-year AST rolled into periodic tenancy). Great tenants, trouble free. We will have to evict them, take in students, and have extra £250 in rent, but more work. Is it that those governmental idiots have in mind? We generally rent to students, and have mortgages allowing that. But not 3 years tenancy. That will be no-go. Current tenants would never sign up to that.... Read More

BoJo's proposed Stamp Duty reforms

Reply to the comment left by Will stillman at 15/08/2018 - 21:59This Brexshit mess is going to cost us, LLs, dearly, IMHO. EU immigration, generally good and timely paying tenants, is already drying out, mainly due to crappy pound. B is supposed to limit the immigration on a whole (personally I do not believe it will limit non-EU immigration anyway), so less people seeking acommodation. Lots of tradesmen (plumbers, builders, handy men etc) were from Central and Eastern Europe and now they are going to Germany/France/Austira for work and better currency. Consequently - a lot smaller pool of prospective tenants. Probably much higher unemployment. Not to mention companies already relocating to mainland EU (I see it every week). There is a possibilty we will again be made a cash cow, as the tax intake will start to diminish. Not a pretty picture for PRS, is it?... Read More

BoJo's proposed Stamp Duty reforms

Reply to the comment left by david porter at 15/08/2018 - 13:54
True. but I am not sure if that will apply to Corbynov's communism.... Read More