Annette Smith Lettings

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Wednesday 5th February 2020


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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 5

Annette Smith Lettings

12:34 PM, 29th March 2021
About 3 weeks ago

Government expects pets to ‘act in a tenant like manner’?

Reply to the comment left by Richie at 29/03/2021 - 12:26
The AST stated that pets would be considered and permission not unreasonable withheld, however I checked with several different insurance companies including the landlords insurance cover but no cover was available. Therefore the pet was not accepted for this tenancy, which caused a lot of stress particularly as the tenants had already put a deposit down for the puppy. The tenants in their opinion believed that the governments new ruling on pets was that landlords could not refuse... Read More

Annette Smith Lettings

12:25 PM, 29th March 2021
About 3 weeks ago

Government expects pets to ‘act in a tenant like manner’?

I recently experienced a tenant that had moved in to one of my rented properties. Within 3 months in they wanted to get a puppy, so I was in a dilemma as the rent had been set without agreeing to a pet would I have been able to give a rent increase ?... Read More

Annette Smith Lettings

11:50 AM, 29th March 2021
About 3 weeks ago

Tenants using roof space as storage without permission?

As a letting agent are you covered under your insurance to inspect loft spaces ?... Read More

Annette Smith Lettings

11:46 AM, 29th March 2021
About 3 weeks ago

Government expects pets to ‘act in a tenant like manner’?

Reply to the comment left by PJB at 27/03/2021 - 10:24
Would it be possible for the tenant to agree to pay the addition cost of the pet insurance.
I have spoken to many insurance companies who do not offer this type of cover ?... Read More

Annette Smith Lettings

11:44 AM, 29th March 2021
About 3 weeks ago

Government expects pets to ‘act in a tenant like manner’?

Is there an insurance company that will protect landlords against damage that pets may cause ?
I have experienced pets chewing kitchen cupboards and internal doors, also digging holes in gardens etc. The damage can be very costly and unfortunately the deposit does not cover these costs. Whilst rents can be increased to keep pets is this the only way that landlords can protect their properties ?... Read More