Dennis Leverett

Registered with Property118.com
Thursday 16th March 2017

Trading Status
Sole Owner

Providing essential rental accommodation since
1977

Insures properties through a broker recommended by Property118
Yes

Rating of Broker (1 - 5 where 5 is the highest)
4

Review of Broker
Price and service, moved away one year as to expensive. This is CIA


Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 177

Dennis Leverett

13:10 PM, 6th April 2020
About 3 days ago

Call for 80% rental income guarantee for small landlords!

Agree with Luke but I've signed, be interesting to see how many it gets. Not holding my breath. More than Acorn would be nice.... Read More

Dennis Leverett

13:29 PM, 30th March 2020
About A week ago

Shelter again with latest TV advert!

Very misleading wording by Shelter as usual which means they will get away with it and it was on the 11th March the "anonymous" web chat to Shelter before all this Govt help was put in place. Nicely delayed by Shelter.... Read More

Dennis Leverett

11:57 AM, 30th March 2020
About A week ago

Shelter again with latest TV advert!

Yes, saw it, absolutely disgusting. Who are helping out millions of tenants during this crisis WE ARE not Shelter. Its time they were brought down, that advert is terrible considering the situation we are in, scaring loads of tenants. I am going to complain to the charities commission about it and so should loads of us. GRRRRRR... Read More

Dennis Leverett

10:38 AM, 28th March 2020
About 2 weeks ago

Which Landlords are classed as self-employed for Coronavirus help?

Reply to the comment left by Rob Thomas at 27/03/2020 - 17:20
I think I'm right in saying that if you are on PAYE in your own Ltd Co. you can claim within the criteria. May be wrong.... Read More

Dennis Leverett

10:27 AM, 28th March 2020
About 2 weeks ago

Latest HMRC guidance on Covid-19 support for Self-employed

Reply to the comment left by Jon Williams at 28/03/2020 - 10:07
Interesting point as my Tax Return shows profit from Self Employment and Profit from UK Land and Property. If you have shares etc. you make a gain and can't claim expenses. If you make a profit (a financial gain, especially the difference between the amount earned and the amount spent in buying, operating, or producing something) ie a business. but the Government doesn't actually see it that way even if you are truly self employed.... Read More