Rennie

Registered with Property118.com
Monday 10th April 2017

Trading Status
Sole Owner

Providing essential rental accommodation since
2011

Number of rental properties owned
0 - 5

Insures properties through a broker recommended by Property118
No


Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 25

Rennie

16:19 PM, 23rd August 2019
About A day ago

The Alliance position on Section 21

Reply to the comment left by DALE ROBERTS at 23/08/2019 - 15:02
I agree entirely. I have just had a 6 month void because all the applicants and interested parties were either unemployed or on some kind of benefit. I have finally found a working tenant and hope that this will turn out to have been a good choice. Should s.21 be abolished without very robust and a much better alternative I won't be having any more tenants. I will just leave it empty and sell it.... Read More

Rennie

0:36 AM, 6th July 2019
About 2 months ago

The Dirty Dozen

Ha ha! Rolling about laughing here! Nottingham Council won't give a licence to a landlord who lives out of the country. How many more stupid rules can they think up that will lose people their home and force landlords to sell up. I would absolutely LOVE TO SEE THIS ONE CHALLENGED IN COURT!... Read More

Rennie

19:14 PM, 29th June 2019
About 2 months ago

Hunt and BoJo urged to bin Right to Rent

Reply to the comment left by at 26/06/2019 - 09:14
Reply to the comment left by "reader"

What exactly are the benefits gained by landlords consequent upon performing right to rent checks?... Read More

Rennie

12:02 PM, 18th June 2019
About 2 months ago

Subject to status and referencing

Reply to the comment left by ameliahartman at 13/06/2019 - 19:38
Oh thank you so much Amelia, this is just exactly what I wanted to know about benefits received and how a landlord might be more inclined to accept some over others... Read More

Rennie

9:40 AM, 4th May 2019
About 4 months ago

National Landlords Alliance meets Sefton Council

I WILL NEVER TAKE TENANTS ON BENEFITS EVER AGAIN unless it is a pension or a disability benefit and they are never likely to get well. If I get to the stage where I can't find a tenant who is working I will let to a benefit tenant and evict them after 6 months by which time i will have organised myself to either sell the property, turn it into short-term accommodation or move into it.

I don't care how unlawful you make it for adverts to state No DSS, I don't care how many mortgage givers say it is now ok to let to benefit tenants and I care not a jot for public opinion. THE RISK IS TOO HIGH.... Read More