Puzzler

Registered with Property118.com
Tuesday 9th July 2013

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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 837

Puzzler

15:41 PM, 15th February 2019
About a month ago

Three year Council Tax bill?

That is odd as there is no longer an exemption for empty property in most councils... Read More

Puzzler

6:24 AM, 13th February 2019
About a month ago

No shower - It's a dirty job?

Reply to the comment left by H B at 05/02/2019 - 20:29
That isn't my experience as they should have a small pump. It depends on the head pressure if you take it off the mains so will depend how high up the building the flat is. In a second floor bathroom the pressure will likely not be adequate.... Read More

Puzzler

8:06 AM, 9th February 2019
About a month ago

Stuck with low EPC empty house we can't rent?

British Gas offer an interest free credit deal 2 years or longer at a reasonable interest rate. They may not be the cheapest over all but they supply good boilers (Worcester Bosch) and a service agreement which you can continue after the guarantee period. They also offer landlord cover. Other energy providers may do similar. There is a credit check. From their website:

If you want to pay monthly
Loan agreement through British Gas - British Gas in its role as credit broker can arrange a finance agreement to fund up to 100% of the cost of your central heating installation. Access to a finance agreement is not guaranteed and you will need to go through a lender approval process which will assess your financial circumstances and your ability to repay the loan. The lender will also undertake credit checks on borrowers.

2 Years Interest Free 0% APR or
3, 5, 8 and 10 Years 9.9% APR
No deposit required
Make additional payments at any time (subject to charges on 9.9% APR only)
Minimum loan amount £1,000... Read More

Puzzler

18:30 PM, 3rd February 2019
About 2 months ago

No shower - It's a dirty job?

It will depend on the water pressure whether a mixer tap is of any use without a pump. If he is near the top of the building no chance and clearly neither he nor you realised. I did the same in my very first home which was a top floor flat and the mixer was fine if you sat in the bath to wash your hair but had no oomph if the shower head was any height above that. There are lots of good comments above as to what to do about it but it's quite likely he actually doesn't have an adequate shower.... Read More

Puzzler

16:02 PM, 3rd February 2019
About 2 months ago

Notice period confusion for new tenant moving in?

It is correct. The tenancy period starts on 24th and notice should be given accordingly. However notice can be given on a different date with the landlord's agreement.... Read More