Tim Rogers

Registered with Property118.com
Saturday 18th November 2017

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Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 43

Tim Rogers

11:17 AM, 27th March 2020
About 2 weeks ago

Covid-19 support for the self-employed

As far as I can see, anyone operating a small BTL business, has no mortgage debt, has stressed tenants and is taking income as dividend or repayment of capitalisation debt... have been neatly sidelined.

Maybe I've missed something???... Read More

Tim Rogers

9:27 AM, 21st March 2020
About 2 weeks ago

Landlord Action receives first court adjournment due to Coronavirus

I may have misread something, but I thought that all of these measures were only to be used if the cause of the eviction process was the COVID-19.

I'm somewhat disheartened that it seems courts and the like are misinterpreting this. Could we be dealing with left wing bias taking the opportunity to pursue a private agenda by incorrectly applying these proposed changes in advance of the situation being clarified?... Read More

Tim Rogers

11:11 AM, 18th March 2020
About 3 weeks ago

He's absolutely crackers!

Surely the logical solution is for the government to extend the loan facilities to tenants affected by COVID-19. That way the PRS does not suffer the knockon damage.

It might also wake up the comfortable powers that be as to the reality of living on the benefits front line.... Read More

Tim Rogers

11:05 AM, 18th March 2020
About 3 weeks ago

Are Shelter Abusing Their Financial Muscle? AGAIN!!!

Mark as ever makes valid points, I too would chip in.

Through a series of unforeseen circumstances I now find myself a 4 property landlord with all benefit tenants. Two on UC, one on a system from 15 years ago and one transitioning from local council to UC, (that took 2 months+). One of my tenants is now moving to a council house and a replacement is being sought.

With the joys if COVID-19, I am minded to seek another benefit tenant, as once the initial grief is resolved the payments are regular and unaffected by job status.... Read More

Tim Rogers

10:29 AM, 18th December 2019
About 4 months ago

Will Nottingham fine landlords for increasing rents to cover licensing?

Like Dylan, the joys of this money making scam have not yet reached my area. But given the weight of evidence as to the negative effects, the hopeless implementation, lack of inspections, level of revenue taken and other associated reports, I believe the criteria that need to be reached, prior to permission being granted by the minister to allow selective licencing, have been well and truly breached by Nottingham Council.

Is it not time to correlate all the data and apply to the minister to have the permission revoked?... Read More