Jireh Homes

Registered with Property118.com
Friday 27th June 2014

Location
Aberdeen

Trading Status
Joint

Insures properties through a broker recommended by Property118
No


Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 153

Jireh Homes

10:51 AM, 5th June 2019
About 2 weeks ago

AST's signed on line - how do you make that work?

In Scotland with the new (Dec 2017) PRT no signatures are required, as email acknowledgement is legally accepted. This resulted from a change in the Law but many Agents and Landlords still request a "hard" signature (wet signed or scan copy).... Read More

Jireh Homes

10:48 AM, 4th June 2019
About 2 weeks ago

Scottish Parliament to consult on rent controls - Will we all follow?

Many thanks Arnie for bringing this to our attention. Responded to the consultation and encourage all other Landlords resident or having properties in Scotland to do like-wise.... Read More

Jireh Homes

13:56 PM, 25th April 2019
About 2 months ago

Section 21 - Emergency meeting and joint delegation

The proposed abolition of Section 8 is similar to the removal of the "fixed term" in Scotland introduced with the Private Tenancy legislation in 2017 and we now have experience of a good working alternative with the First Tier Tribunal due to the work of Scottish Association of Landlords influencing the grounds for terminating the lease. RLA have access to this experience through their association with SAL.... Read More

Jireh Homes

20:59 PM, 30th March 2019
About 3 months ago

First time landlord renewal shock?

Concur with advice to allow tenancy to continue on a periodic basis, which voids the costs associated with renewal
Also check which agent body your agent is registered with and lodge a complaint with them as well at TPO.
Also explore changing to another Agent who has fairer terms of business.... Read More

Jireh Homes

20:52 PM, 30th March 2019
About 3 months ago

Trying to raise my EPC rating as tenants moving out?

Hi Marie - as mentioned a few times, engage a DEA who will model various options to raise the SAP Rating to fall within Band E. This will be more productive than simply reviewing the standard recommendation options, as well as being more cost effective. Should the required improvements costs more than the £3500 (inc. VAT) cap you may register for an exemption.... Read More