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: 98

Dennis Leverett

16:00 PM, 26th September 2019
About 4 weeks ago

Should I sell or risk tenants buying at undervalue price?

Reply to the comment left by Joe Armstrong at 26/09/2019 - 15:32
I've seen it on the council estate I was brought up on. Several that purchased their council houses and remortgaged to buy nice cars, luxury holidays etc. ran into debt, lost the house , evicted then rehoused in a council house some on the same estate. Absolutely ridiculous. My first marital home was a nice 3 bedroom brand new council house which I could have purchased later but didn't because I thought it was wrong and still do. When will decisions be made that have nothing to do with votes??? I can't see Labour actually doing it mainly for legal reasons but also they would be shooting themselves in the foot as most at the top end have various properties on the quiet and has has been shown often purchased as an expense, flipped, rented etc. and most got away with it.... Read More

Dennis Leverett

14:40 PM, 26th September 2019
About 4 weeks ago

Should I sell or risk tenants buying at undervalue price?

Reply to the comment left by Whiteskifreak Surrey at 26/09/2019 - 14:01
It's unthinkable to vote for any of them, what do we do????? which is what this post is about. There will be no winners whoever gets in and the next few years whatever happens are going to be hard for the likes of you and me. I'm past retirement age and worked very hard for what I've got and don't want it taken away from me. I was advised (tongue in cheek) the other day to sell everything, spend every penny on a few classic Ferraris and stash them away, rent a house near the seaside, claim benefits and enjoy retirement. When the kids need some money sell them a Ferrari for a £. Actually, sounds like a good idea, think I might vote for Jezza!!! Come on you reds!!!!... Read More

Dennis Leverett

14:17 PM, 26th September 2019
About 4 weeks ago

Should I sell or risk tenants buying at undervalue price?

Reply to the comment left by Michael Barnes at 26/09/2019 - 13:20
I have no idea how many did or didn't vote for a no deal brexit and neither do you but an election right now will certainly make things a bit clearer. I saw no promises of a good deal just the usual pre-election style rubbish. Had it have gone to remain I would have accepted it as democracy and got on with it. It's not really about deal or no deal now, it's about leave or not leave and the minority are doing whatever they can to avoid leaving. Liberal Democrats, or should I say "Illiberal Hypocrites" just unbelievable. I want a no-deal to be free of the States of Europe, it's time this country had a big shake up/wake up call and get down to what matters most, us the people, lets work for us not Europe. This whole mess has cost/ wasted £millions of taxpayers money.... Read More

Dennis Leverett

9:54 AM, 26th September 2019
About 4 weeks ago

Should I sell or risk tenants buying at undervalue price?

Reply to the comment left by Whiteskifreak Surrey at 26/09/2019 - 09:04
I can assure my comment was not about you personally, it was aimed at remainers trying to overturn what the majority voted for. Sadly, it is all about politics and nothing about basic economics and common sense. Hitting Landlords is how all sides hope to gain the younger vote and nothing else. If I offended you then I apologise, it was not intended. I am right on the point of selling up and retiring because of all this but I feel for my tenants, all good, because they are the ones that are and will be suffering, because of politics.... Read More

Dennis Leverett

8:55 AM, 26th September 2019
About 4 weeks ago

Should I sell or risk tenants buying at undervalue price?

Reply to the comment left by Whiteskifreak Surrey at 26/09/2019 - 07:50
I think your comment is very interesting as a remainer and many people I know feel the same. The Attorney General is correct, this Parliament is a "dead Parliament", problem is so will every other one be until Brexit is over and done with. I've voted Conservative all my voting life but won't be this time for many reasons, the main one being it will let Mr Commie Corbyn in. The next election will result in yet another hung Parliament with the Brexit Party and Lib Dems holding the balance of power and what a disaster that will be. I want Brexit with no deal and I want it now, please don't throw stones at me but I kinda like Boris, he's trying to break this deadlock by whatever it takes. Why can't you remainers accept what the majority of people want and stop using money and power to get what you want. Locally Brexit appears to be getting stronger with some previous remainers now saying they want out because of how the people of this country are being trodden down by those at the top here and Europe.... Read More