Elaine Hassall

Registered with Property118.com
Thursday 25th July 2013


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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 22

Elaine Hassall

12:34 PM, 6th December 2015
About 4 years ago

How to tell a great tenant the rent has to go up a third?

I personally would do all I could to keep good tenants, have you ever been cursed with bad ones? I would take into account the advertising for new tenants, vetting them, any voids before new tenants move in etc. It sounds like you have a good working relationship with them, talk to them, explain your situation and suggest putting the rent up gradually so it's not a shock to them - I'd keep them.... Read More

Elaine Hassall

18:20 PM, 25th May 2015
About 4 years ago

Management repair charges could result in section 21 ?

The freeholder has to issue a section 20 to notify leaseholders of any planned work over £250.00 per flat. There should be quotes obtained and as a leaseholder you can instruct your own contractor to put forward a quote. I would suggest you check out the leasehold advisory services website, leasehold can be a nightmare and you MUST understand your lease, if not it could cost you thousands - hope this helps... Read More

Elaine Hassall

13:03 PM, 18th May 2015
About 4 years ago

Vile tenants ganging up on me, please HELP!

Would it not be best to de-friend the ex-tenants on FB, re advertise your property and just let them get on with it. Why you would want to be "friends" with a tenant in the first place is beyond me. Keep it professional and keep off FB.... Read More

Elaine Hassall

20:16 PM, 2nd May 2015
About 4 years ago

Oven Cleaning is one of the biggest issues in a rented property

We had a tenant leave, when I checked the fridge the icebox was solid with ice, once defrosted I found a pukka pie one year out of date. You never know what you'll find once the tenant moves out - we didn't eat the pie ;)... Read More

Elaine Hassall

19:12 PM, 31st March 2015
About 4 years ago

Tenant wanting to leave 2 weeks into 12 month contract

I agree with Rob, an unhappy tenant is never a good one, cut your loses, re-advertise, get good new tenants and get rid of the mouse traps.............. Read More