Tim Rogers

Registered with Property118.com
Saturday 18th November 2017

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Insures properties through a broker recommended by Property118

Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 36

Tim Rogers

19:55 PM, 21st November 2019
About A day ago

Labour Manifesto - Attack on the PRS

Does anyone have any faith that we will not be returned to strict controls on the transfer of funds out of the UK?... Read More

Tim Rogers

14:25 PM, 20th November 2019
About 2 days ago

£51,136 per inspection and hotel tickets!

The word Farcical springs to mind.

Didn't I read somewhere that if the council can be proven to be using the licencing system as a revenue source it can be taken to the appropriate minister for revoking of permission.
It's quite clear that this situation is purely for revenue and can in no way be for the betterment of the accommodation on offer.

T... Read More

Tim Rogers

15:47 PM, 16th September 2019
About 2 months ago

Champagne Shadow Cabinet own multiple homes

Let us not forget that currently there does not appear to be any workable mechanism in place to stop the purchase and resale at market rates of a property. Let alone people doing this in a serial manner. Maybe Labour have forgotten the vitriol they pour out when the council houses were flipped in this manner.

I remember clearly an elderly gentleman in my local buying and later selling up, to retire to the coast in moderate luxury for the times.... Read More

Tim Rogers

15:37 PM, 16th September 2019
About 2 months ago

Section 21 abolition stinks!

I have no idea where a LL stands if he cannot get a gas safety inspection completed under such conditions.
Does the property become illegal to let?
Do you have to immediately stop letting the property?
How then do you remove the tenants within the law?
It has a definite feel of catch 22.
I agree that this scenario, in all it's detail, should be posted to all parties who pontificate about the PRS asking for their guidance as to how to act and remain within the law. Both as it is and how it will be unless common sense prevails.
Would environmental health be able to force a clean up?... Read More

Tim Rogers

17:18 PM, 4th September 2019
About 3 months ago

Legally Homeless, Out of Contract or Squatting?

Reply to the comment left by Prakash Tanna at 04/09/2019 - 12:51
Having recently had a tenant shoot himself in the foot over council tax, I have been pleasantly surprised at how constructive the DHP system is.

The only fly in the ointment is that I am having issues trying to get the council to allow the council tax reduction retrospectively for the previous year. I wondered Prakash, if you might have any guidance on this?... Read More