Michael Bond

Registered with Property118.com
Saturday 10th January 2015


Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 31

Michael Bond

15:27 PM, 9th January 2019
About 2 weeks ago

NLA accuse Government of 'not being bothered' to help Landlords

Don't think this is an oversight by this government. It is waging a war on landlords, presumably thinking that we have nowhere else to go (Corbyn's Labour, Libdems, Monster Raving Loonies?) and hoping to pick up some cheap credit with the BBC and the like. Even the NLA (of which I am a member) has managed to express strong criticism in public.
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Michael Bond

17:56 PM, 8th January 2019
About 2 weeks ago

Estate agents trying to steamroll busy students?

Get in touch with your local friendly man from Shelter? They like persecuting landlords and this guy seems to deserve it.

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Michael Bond

16:00 PM, 11th December 2018
About a month ago

Rubber Roofing system - Lender & Insurer views?

I have used a PVC material on two flat roofs -- one a shed attached to my garage and the other on a flat area of roof on a holiday cottage. In non-technical terms I describe the material as like the fibreglass they make fibreglass boats out of, and it sounds very similar to what Jason is talking about above. Both roofs came with a 20-year guarantee and both were fitted well over 20 years ago and have given absolutely no problems.
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Michael Bond

17:22 PM, 4th October 2018
About 4 months ago

New Landlord Association seeking pledges

Please count me in. I am a member of NLA. It does a good job at disseminating information, landlord training, and I accept that it has access to senior civil servants and occasionally ministers to work for us behind the scenes; but Shelter seems to have convinced this government that it is a bone fide housing charity and the government is increasingly taking its line. So there is a pressing need for a more vocal high profile organisation to make our case. We work our socks off and put our personal wealth at risk to provide homes for about 20% of all households in the country and we are persecuted rather than thanked. Of course there are some "rogue" landlords, just as there are "rogue" ministers, "rogue" MPs, "rogue"civil servants (lots of them if my experience is typical), "rogue" local councillors, etc , etc.... Read More

Michael Bond

17:37 PM, 7th May 2018
About 9 months ago

Bill requiring rented homes to be fit for human habitation

Will the same standards be required from the "social sector" -- councils and housing associations? After they have the nations taxpayers to pay to keep their properties in good order.... Read More