Wayne Hoban

Registered with Property118.com
Friday 25th March 2016

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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 12

Wayne Hoban

A month ago
Shared ownership 25% and no heating

From my understanding of shared ownership, the maintenance and upkeep of the property would fall to you.... Read More

Wayne Hoban

3 months ago
Rent Payment in advance - Which tax year?

Hi Simon,

I am not a qualified accountant, but, from experience, I have had this happen on student lets. My Ltd Co accountant pro rata'd the rent as if it was received on a monthly basis (as the AST stated) rather than as a lump sum. She is far more qualified than I on matters of taxation, and that is, afterall, what we pay accountants for.... Read More

Wayne Hoban

5 months ago
Corbyn - Government "in the pockets of Rogue Landlords"

Did the Guardian, that well known landlord centric paper, split out Local Authority, Housing Association and PRS for it's figures? Or just dump all the problems as being the fault of the private landlords?!... Read More

Wayne Hoban

5 months ago
The RLA and NLA are supporting the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation and Liability for Housing Standards) Bill

If this is run in the spirit of its intended use, I am quite for this to come in, as it will massively improve the PRS and remove the rogue landlords that sully the rest of our good names. Would this be a good reason to campaign for the removal of selective licensing?
On the downside of it, there needs to be some sort of protection from unscrupulous claims made by these ambulance chasing 'solicitor' firms when they run out of PPI, packaged bank account and interest only mortgage claims. I can already see the TV adverts "did you tell the landlord that your lightbulb had blown and they didn't change it, we can get you thousands of pounds on a no win, no fee basis" (but we take 35% +VAT)!... Read More

Wayne Hoban

12 months ago
In advance dividends for mortgage?

Have you looked at the lenders that will take salary and net profit for the affordability assessment, rather than salary and drawn dividend? Probably worth speaking to a good mortgage broker.... Read More