Harry Chunk

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Saturday 22nd August 2015


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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 31

Harry Chunk

9:14 AM, 16th March 2021
About 4 weeks ago

Communal "garden grab"?

Well of course, there is always a plus side. If they turn all the communal gardens into parking your communal charges will go down because you won't have to pay for cutting of the grass and planting of daffodils. On top of that your visitors will have somewhere to park when they come to see you.... Read More

Harry Chunk

14:10 PM, 12th February 2021
About 2 months ago

Council tax per room for HMO in Nottingham!

Incidentally the tenant will get a 25% discount for sole occupancy, which many of these places will be.... Read More

Harry Chunk

11:12 AM, 12th February 2021
About 2 months ago

Council tax per room for HMO in Nottingham!

Reply to the comment left by Harry Chunk at 12/02/2021 - 10:52
The appeals process against the ruling by the VO is heard by lay people effectively ordinary people with nothing else to do in life. They do however listen to reasoned arguments and they will listen to your case in plain English. I did win an appeal once for a friend of mine who I accompanied as "prisoners friend", a case of getting the panel on side. It is a buildings or dwellings tax and not a poll tax so not all parts of the building are habitable without access to the common areas.... Read More

Harry Chunk

10:52 AM, 12th February 2021
About 2 months ago

Council tax per room for HMO in Nottingham!

Remove all the locks and supply the tenants with a hasp and staple, not the quality you want to achieve but stuffs the council.
Put a safe in each room for valuables. Sorry a bit of a case of thinking outside the box I fear.... Read More

Harry Chunk

9:31 AM, 4th February 2021
About 2 months ago

Mortgage Express Receivership?

I had a friend who lost 20 places to NRAM after the 2007 recession. About three weeks notice and £10,000 of legal fees and they were still lost. He had never missed a payment ever and their beef was that he had breached the valuation clause. The only way forward was to come up with £700,000 to rectify that loan to valuation ratio. He didn't have that money to hand and there wasn't time to raise it from other parts of his portfolio, he had about 70 properties in total albeit fairly highly geared. NRAM didn't even have the properties professionally valued, they just adjusted historic valuations by a percentage and proceeded with their intended action.... Read More