Christopher Holden

Registered with Property118.com
Friday 7th January 2022


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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 6

Christopher Holden

15:40 PM, 17th January 2022, About A week ago

Keys and tenants own appliances?

I have dealt with miss placed keys many times, one tenant is a bit of nightmare, it par for the course, if it costs the landlord, then the cost should be met by the tenant.
Electrical wise, it is a mine field, as tenants tend to view any situation as, I pay rent you should sort anything & everything out, even if it their error.
One tenant did indeed want me to change fuses and bulbs, he tripped a fuse on a Friday evening three weeks in a row!
It took some searching but no shock it was an appliance of his :/... Read More

Christopher Holden

19:47 PM, 13th January 2022, About 2 weeks ago

My 2 hour walk cost me £194 when my tenant could not contact me?

ah more information does alter the choices made, I have a tenant that has lived in the property 30 years, mental, he could have owned the property outright, lovely chap, ah well we all make our choices ;)... Read More

Christopher Holden

20:28 PM, 12th January 2022, About 2 weeks ago

My 2 hour walk cost me £194 when my tenant could not contact me?

No reason a LL should pay for that repair, at best the tenant could hope for the £70 fee rpaid to them, not to mention was it really broke? A friend of a friend repaired 🙄
I have had tenants I would not trust to need a repair, arrange a repair or even be involved, so I side with the LL only arranging.... Read More

Christopher Holden

13:22 PM, 11th January 2022, About 2 weeks ago

Is having a guarantor a failsafe?

I had a tenant who had a guarantor, her uncle, lovely honourable chap, he passed on and she did not inform me.

End of tenancy the property was a real mess, roughly £2,500 to get close to back to move in standard, no guarantor, court awarded half, tenant defaulted and took the CCJ.

Moral of the story even a guarantor is not guaranteed :(... Read More

Christopher Holden

13:15 PM, 11th January 2022, About 2 weeks ago

Rent being held back by agent after slipping on to periodic tenancy?

Firstly as you have not signed a new agreement I would believe the agreement that you did sign is the primary document, they cannot force you to agree to a new contract without signing it, at best they should stop providing their service.

Secondly but as important imo, get a call recording app, I just got £60 from an energy supplier, r as I was messed around and lied to, as I had call recorded I had them bang to right.... Read More