Bond Housing

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Saturday 3rd October 2020


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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 4

Bond Housing

10:13 AM, 30th April 2021
About 2 weeks ago

Mortgage Express - Should I take the call?

Reply to the comment left by Mark Alexander at 30/04/2021 - 10:04
Yes- MEX are likely trying to find a way to get you off a very low interest rate (some were 0.25 + bebr) by selling you the idea of moving your loan away from their UKAR (UK Asset Resolution Limited) book. I know of a case where MEX had a PI outside a BTL and took possession (appointed a receiver) claiming the legitimate tenant was the landlord (so in breach) and sending all letters to the BTL address. The property was legitimately let and the landlord didint receive the letters and was not aware of the covert surveilance and so on.... Read More

Bond Housing

15:24 PM, 26th January 2021
About 4 months ago

Alleged Council Enforcement Officer threatening over the phone?

Listed Buildings ( and the officer responsible for that) has nothing to do with Planning. On the facts if this was an officer from the council they were identified as from conservation or historic - not planning or licensing. Assuming the lender made the right checks, planning permission presumably exists. its still unclear why as described this needs a HMO Licence unless its as additional licensing area.... Read More

Bond Housing

11:33 AM, 26th January 2021
About 4 months ago

Alleged Council Enforcement Officer threatening over the phone?

Why are you licensing this - is additional or selective licensing in place ? This is (as described) a S257 HMO and outside mandatory HMO licensing. As for the listed building matters - id wait for contact from the officer involved- but appears most irregular.... Read More

Bond Housing

19:23 PM, 3rd October 2020
About 7 months ago

Lincoln Licensed Deathtraps

Reply to the comment left by Kabs at 19/09/2020 - 16:39We have HHSRS reports from our own advisors undertaken in February 2020. The leaking roof, damp, defective electrics, non operational alarm systems and dangerous fire doors have nothing to do with the tenants. We asked the in situ tenants at the time (and indeed the tenants already booked for the next academic year) how they made their choices and they stated that they had spent maybe less than 18 minutes in the property when viewing and had not seen most of the rooms. One of the properties had NO valid EICR when the council issued the HMOL. These properties were licensed in the very condition you see here as these photographs were taken in one property less than 5 weeks after the HMOL was granted.... Read More