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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 7


12:15 PM, 4th March 2021
About a month ago

The Housing Crisis, Who's to blame - Studio Interview Thursday (today) 8pm

Landlords are the scapegoats everyone loves to blame. The fact is both Tory and Labour have created this. There were 7 million social homes in the uk at its height (1980s). Under the conservatives right to buy scheme that has diminished to 3.5 million. Additionally, the Labour Party have let 3 million people into the country under uncontrolled mass immigration. You don’t have to be Carol Vorderman to work out the consequences 🙄. It’s not landlords fault, but there always has to be a scapegoat in any dysfunctional system to hide the real truth. No government will take responsibility and Shelter don’t want to blame governments which pays their fat at salaries!........enter the scapegoat landlord.... Read More


16:10 PM, 8th February 2021
About 2 months ago

A letter to address UC flaws to private landlords

Wow......eye watering incompetence, and people wonder why landlords are wary of dss. The system spectacularly fails both landlords and tenants. All this could be easily avoided by bringing back the old system of paying the landlord direct. 🤷🏻‍♀️... Read More


11:03 AM, 19th January 2021
About 3 months ago

5 Tenant Tricks to throw out a Section 21 notice

Tenants have missed a trick with what is really happening regarding section 21. Attempts to delay evictions using these methods is a short term solution to staying put for a few, but most landlords are too compliant for fall for any of these loopholes.
The bigger picture however.......when sec 21 (no fault)is abolished, all the evictions will be sec 8 (at fault). Remember most landlords used a sec 21 for speed cos sec 8 unfit for purpose! Once changed, the council can refuse any sec 8 tenant as they will be deemed to have made themselves intentionally homeless, it’s a gift for them.... Read More


10:57 AM, 2nd November 2020
About 5 months ago

How do we transfer ownership of rental house to my 18 year old son?

Just bear in mind - if he gets married and divorced in the future he will lose half in a settlement. Would you be safer looking at alternatives such as a discretionary trust to ring fence the property? I have considered doing the same for my son who is 26 but wary of future relationship breakdown. It’s a minefield 🤷🏼‍♀️... Read More


11:47 AM, 6th October 2020
About 6 months ago

Council must re-house when tenant is given notice not wait for bailiffs - Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman

This awful practice should have been stopped ages ago but they carry on and I am sure they still will. Why?......cos a measly £1500 fine is cheaper than keeping a homeless person in a hotel for 6 months, plus they never have to compensate the landlord. Unless the landlord wins against them for considerable losses nothing will change.... Read More