Anthony Endsor

Registered with Property118.com
Wednesday 3rd July 2013


Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 176

Anthony Endsor

23:36 PM, 10th October 2020
About 2 months ago

Licensing proposed for Loughborough during crisis!

These licensing schemes do not benefit anyone, as has been proved time ,and time, and time again. When are people going to learn? It's a lose-lose for tenants and landlords. Rents go up to pay for licensing, houses become unaffordable, landlord sells, less choice for evicted tenant, rents go up again.
Greater Manchester has been looking at licensing for a few months now. In anticipation, both of my tenants have already received notice as neither are willing or able to pay higher rents, so there's another 2 tenants the Council will have to find houses for, as no one else will.... Read More

Anthony Endsor

20:21 PM, 31st August 2020
About 3 months ago

Government changed law so most renters have 6 month notice period

It's all aimed at making landlords bankrupt, as that will be the only outcome here. I have heard so many landlords say 'I'm getting out' and I need to get out myself now. One small problem though, we can't evict anyone for 6 months now which means any landlord such as myself and thousands of others needing to take properties back for whatever reason now cannot do so. Rent arrears are a big problem yes, but they are not the only reason people need to evict.... Read More

Anthony Endsor

10:45 AM, 22nd August 2020
About 3 months ago

How long will it now take to evict tenants?

Reply to the comment left by TinaShoebb at 22/08/2020 - 02:23
No, for section 8 you have to have a reason for it, i.e. anti social behaviour, not merely because you want the house back. Then it's 2 weeks notice, but you have to prove a valid reason.... Read More

Anthony Endsor

17:10 PM, 21st August 2020
About 3 months ago

How long will it now take to evict tenants?

I am sorry to say, I have some very bad news for you. As you're probably aware, there has been an evictions ban due to covid 19 since March this year, meaning any section 21 notice would not be honoured by the courts. This was due to end this coming Monday 24th August, but has now been extended for another month. In addition to this, landlords must now give 6 months notice as opposed to 3. This means, in practice you're unlikely to be able to get your tenants out before March next year at the earliest.
I really feel for you, as this is an appalling situation, which will hurt many landlords such as yourself, but sadly it appears there is little if anything we can do.... Read More

Anthony Endsor

9:52 AM, 14th June 2020
About 6 months ago

What Planet Are They On?

Reply to the comment left by KD South East at 14/06/2020 - 09:03
So you're implying therefore that Labour wouldn't have done this...... ok........ Read More