Tim Rogers

Registered with Property118.com
Saturday 18th November 2017

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Insures properties through a broker recommended by Property118
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Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 49

Tim Rogers

15:47 PM, 21st September 2020
About 4 weeks ago

Is this a DWP system failure or just an excuse?

I am a little behind the curve with this scenario.

But, if the DWP/UC are supposed to inform you and didn't, is it not worth while P118 members crowd funding a test case to try and set the precedent that when the DWP fail in their duty they are responsible to the landlord as they facilitated the illegal action of the tenant, ( or thoughts along those lines).
Would legal minds care to comment as to the validity of this?
The only way I can see of bringing DWP/UC into line with reality is to legally pin them down at every opportunity.... Read More

Tim Rogers

15:40 PM, 30th June 2020
About 4 months ago

Expensive insurance due to sensitive 3rd party information?

In one block of 6 flats we got so hacked off with the extortion of a certain well known management company, appointed by the freeholders, (there was some kind of symbiotic link we never did quite pin down), we forced the sale of the freehold. Ultimately it is the only real solution.

Our costs are now 25% of what they were and the value per flat increase was more than the divided total costs involved.

But, it is a long painful process and you spend a lot of time removing the obstacles they erect.... Read More

Tim Rogers

12:10 PM, 17th June 2020
About 4 months ago

Rent family home and move it into Ltd Company?

Very neat, is it entirely legal?
Also, should you demise within 7 years would it get picked up by inheritance tax?... Read More

Tim Rogers

12:09 PM, 12th May 2020
About 5 months ago

Management Company Overcharging?

Should, by any chance, the management company have the initials FC, then your only long term solution is to force the purchase of the freehold. It took us almost 2 years to achieve, this with many legal letters to and fro concerning their supposed overlooked costs etc.

Said letters and pressure continued for almost 9 months after the sale date, stopping eventually on threat of being sued for harassment. With everything done and dusted, life is so much easier, less stressed and a lot cheaper.
As for costs, the capital outlay is immediately reflected in an increase in property value and then some. So all in all it's the only way to go if you can.... Read More

Tim Rogers

13:45 PM, 24th April 2020
About 6 months ago

Alok Sharma will ban Statutory demands and Winding up orders

Am I the only one mystified as to why all the help and support seems to stop once the word landlord is invoked?... Read More