Chris Jordan

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Monday 30th October 2017

Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 4

Chris Jordan

13:53 PM, 16th April 2020, About A year ago

"Don’t jump on the repayment holiday bandwagon"

Agreed, when I spoke to all my different lenders, none of them had an issue at all and all confirmed in their recoded phone calls that credit files will not be effected, this is also stated on their online forms for completion. As I previously understood, a payment holiday prior to Covid19 would effect credit files unless there was a credit already on the mortgage account that offset the holiday period.... Read More

Chris Jordan

12:04 PM, 16th February 2018, About 3 years ago

Guarantor but left with Council Tax!

Reply to the comment left by Tobias Nightingale at 16/02/2018 - 11:35
Correct, our council in the Midlands recognise the entire AST and therefore the tenant is liable, I have successfully ensured a number of tenants are pursued for the void periods, although be aware that tenants are able to claim the 1 month exception period if the property is vacated and empty.... Read More

Chris Jordan

15:03 PM, 6th February 2018, About 4 years ago

Proof required of cigarette or weed smoking?

Reply to the comment left by Robert Mellors at 06/02/2018 - 11:27
I can assure you the police do care, I had the same issue brought to my attention by the police due to complaints from the neighbours. It was my choice, deal with the problem tenant or face a closure order by the council and police with powers under the anti-social behaviour, crime and policing act 2014, tenants would be moved out and the property would become vacant resulting in loss of rent. A Closure Order is a power under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, which we have used before in the district, which could be open for consideration if we cannot resolve the issues at the property and whoever is responsible within does not desist. To give you an update in terms of the law around it, in case you are not familiar with the act, following an initial notice being issued by a senior police officer, which prevents anyone other than habitual residents entering the property, it must then be considered by the Magistrates Court, where it can be applied in a number of ways, with the most restrictive option preventing anyone including the landlord and tenants from entering for a period of initially not more than 3 months.Therefore it was in my hands to deal with the culprit. They are no longer staying in my property.... Read More

Chris Jordan

14:47 PM, 30th October 2017, About 4 years ago

Incorporating WITHOUT Refinancing

Hi, I submitted this to my accountant and his response to me was; 'Sounds ideal – what costs are involved – any idea?'

Are you able to help on this.

Thanks Chris... Read More