Roy B

Registered with Property118.com
Monday 12th August 2013


Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 55

Roy B

7:25 AM, 26th June 2021, About 3 months ago

Tenant left but brother paying rent and arrears?

Is tenant never returning or does he intend to return eventually when he is better and his brother is looking after the place til he gets back?... Read More

Roy B

13:05 PM, 13th January 2021, About 9 months ago

Court of Appeal finds against callous Southwark council refusal to rehouse

Reply to the comment left by peter styles at 12/01/2021 - 09:49
One bedroom - does it have a kitchen /dining room and a living room - or is it a one bedroom flat due to the second bedroom being deemed to small ? By your premise there are very few people who should remain in London because the rent is way above the income for the standard you want them to have. Say Goodbye to your Nurses,cleaners,delivery men, bin men, a large part of the police force, waiters
/tresses, cooks etc. As for you letting tenants in as single people and then they move their families in - surely the fact they have families would show up on your referencing and you have the choice to not accept.... Read More

Roy B

9:16 AM, 9th January 2021, About 9 months ago

Sell it or rent it?

Reply to the comment left by AlanR at 06/01/2021 - 21:04
Mid - 60's and sold /selling and in your situation I would sell. Just had a 9 month default on rent and unrentable house left needing 25k+ spent on it - and this was rented through an established estate/rental agent. The money from the sale will hopefully last out and have some left over for family after.... Read More

Roy B

8:46 AM, 9th January 2021, About 9 months ago

Court of Appeal finds against callous Southwark council refusal to rehouse

Reply to the comment left by peter styles at 08/01/2021 - 09:11
If you read al through the judgement you would be able to see or work out that they moved in when the child was 5 - and applied for council housing when he was 10 - in 2019. They moved in so he could keep his job and that was all they could afford at the time. Seem very different to the cases you are describing.... Read More

Roy B

23:10 PM, 24th October 2020, About 11 months ago

To charge or not to charge?

Reply to the comment left by Jan Martin at 24/10/2020 - 14:30
One family I know were told the waiting list was 2 years - yet three months later they were offered, and told that if they did not accept, there would unlikely be another for quite some time, a property that suited their needs - the only catch was they had to accept it within 3 days so maybe not as guilty as you think.... Read More