Jayne Owen

Registered with Property118.com
Wednesday 24th July 2013


Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 22

Jayne Owen

12:22 PM, 26th November 2018
About 2 years ago

The 22 Year Old Who Purchased A Block Of 24 Flats

Hi Alistair,

Congratulations on what you have achieved, and this in particular is a fantastic deal. Could we do an article with you in YPN magazine?

Kind regards,
Jayne... Read More

Jayne Owen

14:54 PM, 14th November 2016
About 4 years ago

Council say elderly mother with dementia cannot be added to tenancy?

If the mother has an official diagnosis, then she will likely be deemed lacking capacity to sign a legal agreement (as mentioned above). However, with that diagnosis, she may well be known to the social services department. In the hope the two departments talk to each other, you might be able to make some headway that way. As above, check whether the daughter has invoked the relevant Power of Attorney. Also, with this condition the mother might be considered to be a dependent.... Read More

Jayne Owen

11:35 AM, 4th March 2015
About 5 years ago

How to protect my unencumbered properties?

Reply to the comment left by "tony salmon" at "04/03/2015 - 10:27":

Hi Tony,

No problem. If you're not already a subscriber, get in touch via email jayne (at) mozaique.co.uk and I'll send you a copy after it's been printed.... Read More

Jayne Owen

10:09 AM, 4th March 2015
About 5 years ago

How to protect my unencumbered properties?

Hi Tony,

It might be worth investigating Trusts. We've got an aticle on the subject with Oliver Pughe from Penguin Wealth coming up in the April issue of Your Property Network that might be of interest.... Read More

Jayne Owen

14:29 PM, 15th October 2014
About 6 years ago

Will Bailiffs Leave Me With Tenants Possessions?

There are people who are better qualified than me to answer this, but from our experience a few years back, if the process goes all the way, the bailiff will be on hand to evict the tenant. A locksmith will also be present to change the locks. At this level, the qualify of the furnishings is such that they rarely have any value, and are consequently of little interest to the bailiffs. Our tenant cleared out his personal belongings, and we shifted the bigger stuff after the event. If you have any concerns, speak to Landlord Action.... Read More