Dr Rosalind Beck

Registered with Property118.com
Thursday 29th September 2016


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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 2424

Dr Rosalind Beck

9:38 AM, 3rd April 2020
About 23 hours ago

Government have created chaos in the PRS

Reply to the comment left by Alistair Cooper at 03/04/2020 - 09:29
I'm not an expert on this, but am wondering if working tax credits may the way to go? They won't work for people caught in the 'inflated fictitious income' because of Section 24, but may work for lower-paid landlords in general. Hopefully Bill or Sherrelle will comment as they are the experts.... Read More

Dr Rosalind Beck

13:11 PM, 2nd April 2020
About 2 days ago

Government have created chaos in the PRS

Reply to the comment left by Lesley Lester at 02/04/2020 - 10:10
Thanks, Lesley, yes it would be much appreciated if everyone could send the link to the article to their MP. Should only take a minute or two and it would get the message across.... Read More

Dr Rosalind Beck

10:54 AM, 30th March 2020
About 5 days ago

Full Government COVID-19 guidance for landlords and tenants published

Well the message about tenants needing to continue to pay the rent - especially given all the Government help with income - is clear here. It's just a shame that they have given a completely different message in their announcements - talking about mortgage holidays and rent holidays, meaning that many tenants believe they are now entitled to 3 months' rent-free. They should make clear announcements now based on the guidance above and nip this in the bud. Landlords across social media are completely stressed out about this and it is a problem of the Government's making.... Read More

Dr Rosalind Beck

11:27 AM, 26th March 2020
About A week ago

Newly released for 6A confirming 3 months notice

In Wales they are bringing in - with a start date of 2021 (at the moment) - 6 month contracts followed by 6 month notice periods - so at least 12 months, and obviously a lot more if you get a rogue tenant and have to go through the courts. In Wales this was presented in effect as an alternative to the abolition of Section 21.... Read More