XPP

Registered with Property118.com
Thursday 30th April 2020

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Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 10

XPP

16:38 PM, 17th December 2020
About a month ago

Splitting a property horizontally?

Reply to the comment left by Anne Nixon at 16/12/2020 - 11:27
Excellent one...... Read More

XPP

16:34 PM, 17th December 2020
About a month ago

Northern Irish students - advice needed please?

I did have a foreign Uni student living in my property. He paid 6 minths rent in advance. The gurantor was his mum from Europe. The whole family worked and lived in Dubai....
I did not have any issues... may be I was luckey!!!!... Read More

XPP

15:40 PM, 28th October 2020
About 3 months ago

Sell my Main Residence to my Property Ltd Co and lease it back to myself?

Reply to the comment left by Neil Patterson at 28/10/2020 - 10:48
On this scenario if it is a BTL mortgage the family members cannot stay or rent the property. Am I right?... Read More

XPP

10:34 AM, 22nd October 2020
About 3 months ago

University putting landlords in danger of prosecution for unlicensed HMOs

Thanks for sharing this invaluable information.....
I am a new HMO Landlord operating in Coventry for the uni students. This discussion was really useful by showing legal situation on this subject. Although all Landlords are responsible to know the Law, most of them are ordinery guys like me. Therefore I value this forum for discussions on topics like this. This article has exposed my ignorance on this subjects by tableing good arguments on this subject by some experts. The decision to act on these argument is upto the affected party. Therefore, in future this platform should be bold enough to bring up topics like this..... This is only my humble opinion please........ Read More

XPP

11:45 AM, 19th October 2020
About 3 months ago

University putting landlords in danger of prosecution for unlicensed HMOs

To my understanding, Warwick Uni and Coventry Council have very good relationship. Because the Uni has enough funds in comparison to other Universities, the council will not medle with them.
The probability is that this matter will be treated as an exception to the norm and sorted out in a friendly manner under the current situ.
The challenge will be to the existing private landlords where there will be about 100 additional properties dumped in the market and with COVID situation the rents will be pushed down. The estate agents & private HMO managers will benefit by getting more business. Even the landlords may consider disposing these assets off to avoid the hassle.... Do anyone has any comments on my thoughts?... Read More