Registered with Property118.comSaturday 27th August 2016
Reply to the comment left by NW Landlord at 30/09/2017 - 09:13So the housing crisis and cheap labour is a good thing for you. (Not so good if you're an English builder who has been priced out). You're entitled to your view of course, after all being a landlord is a business. I personally would prefer the countryside not to be concreted over from Lands End to John O'Groats.... Read More
I love recommendation number 3) that's really funny. These NLA people really are a bunch of useless clowns.... Read More
Reply to the comment left by NW Landlord at 28/09/2017 - 16:18Here's a better idea. Stop increasing the population each year to the tune of 600,000 by mass immigration. Then we wouldn't have a housing crisis. Simples.... Read More
Not sure why you would want to offer your tenants a golden handshake ? They have been renting from a fantastic landlord for the many years who has now decided to sell up. That's life and they have had a lovely 8 years in your property isn't that enough ? I guess you're for some strange reason feeling a bit guilty about selling up, as they have been good tenants. My advice don't be.
Simply advertise the property in the normal way and don't even mention it is tenanted at the moment. Any residential buyer looking to buy for themselves will naturally assume the tenants will be given notice and they will be buying with vacant possession. A landlord buyer equally will assume your tenants will leave, or tell the landlord there's the option of your tenants remaining in situ if the new landlord wants.
I wouldn't recommend a high street agent they're too expensive. Try an online agent such as EMoov who charge £795. You'll have to do the viewings yourself but that's a good thing, you can explain the circumstances to a potential buyer at the time of viewing, without an estate agent messing it up. Good luck.... Read More
Hindsight is a wonderful thing I know, but surely not being able to view the inside of the property because the landlord doesn't have any keys should have set alarm bells ringing. Who on earth signs up to rent a property without having a good look at the interior ? And the property being found on, and communicating with the landlord via Facebook !... Read More