Andre Gysler

Registered with Property118.com
Saturday 14th February 2015

Trading Status
Sole Owner

Providing essential rental accommodation since
2005

Number of rental properties owned
6 - 10

Insures properties through a broker recommended by Property118
No


Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 37

Andre Gysler

15:31 PM, 29th January 2019
About 2 years ago

Underwriting at auctions explained

Reply to the comment left by Dan Trivedi at 29/01/2019 - 07:28
What about the strategy of underwriting for 100k knowing you are prepared to pay up to 110k. This would allow someone to bid up to 120k at auction on your behalf, if there is some competition, yet you still get it for your target maximum but with headroom to outbid other interested parties.... Read More

Andre Gysler

11:47 AM, 28th February 2018
About 3 years ago

What is the 'remaining term' of a periodic tenancy?

Hi Ian.

Thanks for the reply. I live in Wales now but my rentals are still in the Basingstoke area. Yes, I would love to meet up next time I am up there, Farnborough is only just up the road.

There are 4 properties in question here. One was a management adoption of an existing tenancy of mine, so there is no problem releasing that one.

Another was signed in May 2016 for 12 months and has not been renegotiated, so has defaulted to a Periodic. The Confirmation of Marketing for this refers to the Terms of Business (version 1115) .

The 3rd
And finally the 4th was a tenant who we directed towards Haart despite them was signed around June/ July 2015 and was renegotiated in July 2016 for a further 12 month period, which has now defaulted to a Periodic. The Confirmation of Marketing for this refers to the Terms of Business (version 0514) .
trying to insist they found the tenant. This in itself is a joke as it is the sister of one of my other tenants who has been with me for over 5 years! These tenants failed references but were willing to pay a year in advance and the mother stood Guarantor despite not having quite enough income to pass reference checks herself. But due to a lengthy relationship with her and her other daughter, and being a property owner herself, I made a character judgement myself and instructed Haart to grant the tenancy. They have proved to be model tenants in exactly the same way as the sister has been.

This 4th one was signed April 2017 for a 12 month period, which is soon to default to a Periodic. The Confirmation of Marketing for this refers to the Terms of Business (version 0716) .

So there are 3 different TOB's.

How do I upload them to here? They are in PDF format.... Read More

Andre Gysler

10:20 AM, 28th February 2018
About 3 years ago

What is the 'remaining term' of a periodic tenancy?

For tenancy terms of less than 12 months, a minimum of 12 months fees will be chargeable.”)... Read More

Andre Gysler

9:21 AM, 28th February 2018
About 3 years ago

What is the 'remaining term' of a periodic tenancy?

Reply to the comment left by Muhammad Ali at 28/02/2018 - 00:01
Thanks. I was having similar thoughts to option 3 but wasn’t sure because of the 12 month minimum.

Either way it seems unfair to me as they have already had several years worth of fees... Read More

Andre Gysler

14:11 PM, 27th February 2018
About 3 years ago

What is the 'remaining term' of a periodic tenancy?

Rob, thanks. The thought had crossed my mind.

A couple of areas where they have breached is not performing annual inspections as detailed in their TOB and (to my mind) a significant delay in reporting storm damage to me recently, taking several weeks to report 5 fence panels etc needed replacement. I only found this out as something didn't sit right with me, so I wrote to the tenant myself and we spoke on the phone.

It also emerged that Haart charged both the tenant and me for the last renegotiated contract, which I believe is not allowed legally.... Read More