Dani Hicks

Registered with Property118.com
Monday 13th June 2016


Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 5

Dani Hicks

18:22 PM, 22nd February 2017
About 4 years ago

New Tenant - something not quite right

Reply to the comment left by "Jack Ass" at "22/02/2017 - 15:01":

Hi Jack,
"... I assume the best way is to obtain a tax ref’ number from HMRC..."
Do you know how do you obtain this tax ref: for checking/ chasing tenants- Directly from HMRC, or is this available only from the tenant/ potential tenant themselves?... Read More

Dani Hicks

18:12 PM, 22nd February 2017
About 4 years ago

New Tenant - something not quite right

Reply to the comment left by "Michael Freer" at "22/02/2017 - 17:53":

Hi Michael,
what RGI means?... Read More

Dani Hicks

12:11 PM, 16th February 2017
About 4 years ago

Can landlords let out rooms on airbnb without tenants' knowledge or permission?

Reply to the comment left by "Jill Coyne" at "15/02/2017 - 19:41":

Hi Jill,
reply -bill payments in HMO's. Usually all the bills a paid by the LL and they are included in the price of the rent, which the tenants love. There are some cases that an individual key meters are installed for each Room or the exclusive personal use bed-sit for each individual sharer. If you are interested to learn more about running or setting HMO you can get a book or find a course to do it professionally. There are many legislations to follow as a Landlord.... Read More

Dani Hicks

9:57 AM, 16th February 2017
About 4 years ago

Can landlords let out rooms on airbnb without tenants' knowledge or permission?

Reply to the comment left by "Jill Coyne" at "16/02/2017 - 08:05":

Hi Jill, I can't see a reason why the LL can't do this, as long as the tenants are aware of it. My tenants probably will complain, as they like their privacy at night.... Read More

Dani Hicks

13:02 PM, 15th February 2017
About 4 years ago

Can landlords let out rooms on airbnb without tenants' knowledge or permission?

It is complicated issue for the Tenants and the Landlord and all the replies above a very valuable. As a Landlord myself it is interesting to know if this is legal and also to add to the rest- fire safety breaches as the Air B&B users are not living in the house long term and possibly not be aware of the house rules and fire safety. Although the Landlord probably feels he can't rent the room quickly and is loosing money, but on the other side this will effect the current tenants and potentially he will loose them as well. Most people would like to have certainty and stability in their lives rather than not knowing who is coming in and out of the house especially they share the common areas with the rest.
The Landlord wants to have his cake and eat it too.... Read More