Jim

Registered with Property118.com
Saturday 14th December 2019


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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 26

Jim

15:03 PM, 28th June 2021, About 3 months ago

New tenant did not mention the dog?

Reply to the comment left by Puzzler at 26/06/2021 - 13:50
I think they are decent tenants just maybe naive ones. The fence issue is looks like it goes against what is permitted in the plans. More of a problem with the dog will be with the new downstairs neighbours who have yet to move in. Its the noise that may cause a problem.

I will seek to increase the rent and maybe put additional clauses in the TA upon renewal.... Read More

Jim

17:47 PM, 24th June 2021, About 3 months ago

New tenant did not mention the dog?

Thats a good point and there is no clause on pets in the lease. Another issue it was an open garden and the tenant has put a fence up. I did say to the tenant you can do anything to the Garden but didn't know the tenant would put a fence up presumably so they can keep the Dog there. Looking back I wondered why the tenant was so interested in the Garden and now its obvious.... Read More

Jim

11:11 AM, 24th June 2021, About 3 months ago

New tenant did not mention the dog?

Reply to the comment left by Dylan Morris at 24/06/2021 - 10:25
I had thought I was not allowed to advertise no Pets looks like I was wrong. The TA does have a clause requesting permission for pets. No idea what type of dog it is.... Read More

Jim

11:09 AM, 24th June 2021, About 3 months ago

New tenant did not mention the dog?

Reply to the comment left by DSR at 23/06/2021 - 19:34
There is a clause asking for written permission in the TA. The flat isn't suitable for pets. Once the downstairs occupants move in then I think they may have an issue. They have already modified the garden to accommodate the dog which the downstairs flat have complained about.

Its a bit cheeky of them as they probably realise that most landlord are reluctant to have pets in their property for obvious reasons. If I allow them to stay then will increase the rent and also put certain clauses in the contract so before they leave the property is professional cleaned... Read More

Jim

15:24 PM, 8th April 2021, About 5 months ago

Keep or sell leasehold with ground rent increasing formula?

Reply to the comment left by Dylan Morris at 07/04/2021 - 10:34
Thanks Dylan for the reply. If inflation is high then will lose out as its either minimum of £250 or if inflation increases are higher then will be more than £250 increase. I am no worried about the amount. Though in 50 years Ground Rent will be at least £1250 per year. I would prefer to buy the freehold but that could mean more hassle too.... Read More