Kathy Evans

Registered with Property118.com
Friday 17th July 2015

Trading Status
Sole Owner

Insures properties through a broker recommended by Property118
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Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 326

Kathy Evans

13:09 PM, 11th November 2019
About A week ago

Conservative Right to Buy test?

Reply to the comment left by Monty Bodkin at 11/11/2019 - 12:31
No capital gains likely in the North east as prices are still really low. I think the surge in home ownership was actually an anomaly, not the norm. I rented when I was first married (as did all my neighbours), so did my parents. I think, if yo go back to post-war and before Thatcher's right to buy, home ownership and renting was about 50/50. Gen rent can't be bothered to save any money because they need a holiday and nights out and Netflix NOW, so of course they can't get a deposit, esp as mortgages are now much more tightly controlled... Read More

Kathy Evans

10:22 AM, 11th November 2019
About A week ago

No change to Brexit - No change to Bank Base Rate

But banks seem to be cutting all savings interest rates anyway... Read More

Kathy Evans

17:12 PM, 10th November 2019
About A week ago

As a Landlord in the General Election I intend to vote for:

Reply to the comment left by Kulasmiley at 10/11/2019 - 15:48
If I could sell, I would, but I can't afford to as I have no money to pay off the mortgages as prices in our area are so much lower now than they used to be. I don't even earn the national average wage, but I'd be considered well-off by Labour as I actually work. My clothes come from charity shops, I've never had a foreign holiday and I don't have a huge TV on my wall (unlike many of my tenants). I can't get decent treatment from the NHS as they are rubbish with chronic illness (though good if you have an accident or heart attack or stroke) - having said that, audiology is good). It's impossible to book a GP appt in advance, so really, I don't much care about the NHS any more. My taxes have gone to help other people for the last 40+ years, but nothing has got any better and the unemployed just stay that way as they are often better off than in a low paid job (but what employer can afford to pay more?). I pay load of council tax for next to nothing of value to me. So basically, I've given up caring about others now and it's time to look after myself - no one else will.... Read More

Kathy Evans

17:55 PM, 9th November 2019
About A week ago

As a Landlord in the General Election I intend to vote for:

Reply to the comment left by Mohammed Asghar at 09/11/2019 - 16:30
I used to believe that, but honestly, they'll be just as bad the current lot - I mean they are even more stupid. Even after going to a good school, Corbyn only managed to scrape 2 Es at A level so I don't think he is bright enough to understand the economy. He also looks increasingly unwell On TV, so I'd be worried that he'll pop his clogs before 5 year is up. He's no spring chicken.... Read More

Kathy Evans

17:50 PM, 9th November 2019
About A week ago

As a Landlord in the General Election I intend to vote for:

Reply to the comment left by Dr Rosalind Beck at 09/11/2019 - 16:24
When I was very young, all children of 4 got free nursery places. I don't know if that was just our borough or everywhere. How come that stopped? We also got free higher education if we were not well-off (means tested). I really don't understand why we can't afford these things any more now that we actually pay more tax as NI is much higher than it was then.... Read More