Rob Crawford

Registered with Property118.com
Saturday 26th April 2014


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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 608

Rob Crawford

19:11 PM, 25th May 2019
About 5 hours ago

Tenant Fees Act 2019 – Elephant trap for the unwary!

Reply to the comment left by Chris Daniel at 25/05/2019 - 19:07
I was not referring to your comment Chris!!... Read More

Rob Crawford

19:07 PM, 25th May 2019
About 5 hours ago

Tenant Fees Act 2019 – Elephant trap for the unwary!

Reply to the comment left by Peter G at 19/05/2019 - 12:27
Depends on how well written the landlord's terms of businesses with the agent is written - the default will be the landlord!... Read More

Rob Crawford

19:05 PM, 25th May 2019
About 5 hours ago

Tenant Fees Act 2019 – Elephant trap for the unwary!

Reply to the comment left by moneymanager at 18/05/2019 - 17:09
That would not comply with the act!... Read More

Rob Crawford

13:44 PM, 24th May 2019
About A day ago

46% of RLA landlords intend to sell post Section 21 scrapping plans

The loss of section 21 will most certainly be a deal breaker for many, especially if the Gov't remove it before the very necessary revamp of the Courts and section 8 process takes place. Note to the Gov't, the results of this survey must not be ignored! Whoever is elected as the next PM needs to overhaul housing issues as a priority and with an unbiased understanding of the consequences of any change (or lack of change)! ARL has provided this survey as evidence that surely cannot be ignored - well done the ARL & especially David Smith.... Read More

Rob Crawford

16:03 PM, 21st May 2019
About 4 days ago

Only 15.75% of NLA landlords now support Tories

Well done Teresa May et al. That means you have lost 1.7 million landlord votes (assuming all were originally conservative voters). Whilst tenants out number landlords 3 to 1 they may seem a more attractive target, but seriously I doubt many tenants will transfer their traditional Labour allegiance over to the Conservatives! Announcing the end of section 21 when T May did was very naïve. Poor strategic planning!... Read More