john glynn

Registered with Property118.com
Friday 19th February 2016


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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 23

john glynn

11:22 AM, 13th December 2021, About a month ago

76% of councils report an increase in landlords selling up and warn of increased waiting lists

Well who’d have seen this coming? Certainly not George Osborne. The Conservatives were once the party of enterprise. They’re a complete shambles!... Read More

john glynn

15:42 PM, 1st October 2021, About 4 months ago

One bad apple?

Freda’s suggestion is a very good one. We had a situation where one of our lessees was accumulating substantial arrears with his service charge. We wrote to his mortgage company and suffice to say all arrears were promptly paid and have been on the due date ever since.... Read More

john glynn

11:55 AM, 1st October 2021, About 4 months ago

One bad apple?

Hi Amazonia, These people simply cannot act unilaterally. Whether they have a share of freehold or not there will be terms in their lease that will forbid such actions. Are you a Right to Manage management company? Do you own the freehold? If so write to them and advise them they are in breach of their leasehold obligations. If not then report them to the management company or their agent. If that doesn’t work you may have to seek legal redress.... Read More

john glynn

18:16 PM, 5th February 2021, About 12 months ago

NRLA wants Holiday Lets to be hammered the same way as BTL?

Reply to the comment left by Freda Blogs at 05/02/2021 - 17:53
Freda, if what I said is inaccurate why do you agree with much of what I wrote???? And why is it disrespectful to challenge your viewpoint???? You are making as much sense as your original post.... Read More

john glynn

17:41 PM, 5th February 2021, About 12 months ago

NRLA wants Holiday Lets to be hammered the same way as BTL?

Reply to the comment left by Freda Blogs at 05/02/2021 - 17:04You are completely missing the point. The NRLA should be questioning the legality of Section 24. BTL is a business whether held in a company structure or not and this should be their line of attack. Highlighting the tax status of FHLs will do nothing if not embolden HMRC to levy punitive taxes on those too. Running any property business these days is hard enough without comments like yours adding fuel to the fire.... Read More