Yvonne Patterson

Registered with Property118.com
Friday 8th December 2017

Insures properties through a broker recommended by Property118
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Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 5

Yvonne Patterson

14:15 PM, 15th August 2019
About 2 months ago

Selective Licensing costs used for Nottingham Carnival?

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3h3 hours ago

We are really proud to be supporting Nottingham Carnival this year 🥁🎺We have even sponsored the official flyer. We hope to see you this Sunday.... Read More

Yvonne Patterson

12:07 PM, 15th December 2018
About 10 months ago

And the landlord vote goes to - Please vote again

OK everyone I have killed the old Poll and set up a new one that hopefully stops multiple voting by trolls.

I would be most grateful if you can cast your vote again please.... Read More

Yvonne Patterson

9:01 AM, 30th November 2018
About 11 months ago

How is this in any way appropriate?

Looking at the website for Tipi their offering looks very impressive with all the additional amenities and extras a tenant could possibly want. Intrigued I had a look into the company and see that they are a subsidiary company of an indirect subsidiary company based in Jersey and the ultimate controlling party is Lone Star Real Estate Fund IV a Global Private Equity Firm incorporated in Bermuda. The government may welcome the investment of these multi billion dollar firms but when they have decimated the PRS will companies like Tipi be willing to home the less affluent who will be requiring housing?... Read More

Yvonne Patterson

13:46 PM, 10th April 2018
About 2 years ago

An Opportunity For Landlords To Trial A New Lifestyle For FREE

What a great offer!!! is that the pool you will be taking us to when we come over next month?... Read More

Yvonne Patterson

9:11 AM, 17th February 2018
About 2 years ago

HMRC to clarify Stamp Duty Surcharge rules finally

Hi Michael,
Assuming you are on the title deeds and you are not selling your share then yes you would own more than one property at the end of the transaction and pay the 3% surcharge. Unless there are more quirks like the one mentioned in the article I am not aware of. Hence needing clarification.... Read More