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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 164


9:49 AM, 24th June 2021, About a month ago

Lower income Housing supply not sustainable as landlords leave the market

Blow me down with a feather, it took a Dr to tell us that.... Read More


12:18 PM, 4th June 2021, About 2 months ago

EWS1- Freeholder refusing to do anything?

1) Following the MHCLG revision in March it may be that the building does not require an EWS 1 at all:
I'd ask the RTM and the, presumably, appointed specialist to reconsider.

2) If an EWS1 is still required the RTM should have provided their report, request a copy

3) the Freeholder may be immune, ours is and we have taken legal opinion on the lease which is tighter than the proverbial duck.... Read More


12:51 PM, 1st June 2021, About 2 months ago

Shelter warnings over eviction ban ending

Polly Neate is clearly devoid of critical thinking, a deliberatey and delinquently non-rent paying tenant would not be facing a "no fault eviction" by definition, that there may be thousands in INVOLUNTARY arrears is ceratinly possible and regrettable but fault for that must be laid at government's door not landlords, unless of course the purpose is the privatisation of social costs which is actually the dispossession of private private property by the state, i.e. Communism.... Read More


11:45 AM, 19th May 2021, About 2 months ago

North of England prices booming amidst highest repossession levels

We'd love to sell, as would tens of thousands of others, will the pillocks in Westminster who created the cladding remedial works funding scandal please do something and sort it out.... Read More


11:04 AM, 19th May 2021, About 2 months ago

Significant shift of tenants away from London

Ben Beadle, Chief Executive of the National Residential Landlords Association said:

“This poses significant challenges in determining where to invest "

Well Ben, yesterday there was a piece about an illegal eviction in Sheffield, rent arrears apparently although the amount wasn't specified in the article I saw. The landlord was prosecuted by the proudly "zero tolerant" city Council and had to meet Court costs and fines of getting on for £4000 I think, so possibly not Sheffield.

Given both central and local government's stance toward landlords both in respect and irrespective of the pandemic what exactly is a landlord supposed to do, and when will YOU do something actually useful, like getting your face in the same articles putting the landlord's case or are you, god forbid, just a government mouthpiece?... Read More