Government forcing landlords to house non-paying tenants for lengthy periods11:18 AM, 15th September 2020
About 6 days ago 39
We are relatively new to Buy to Let (15months ) and to date all has gone well. However, a recent visit to our tenant has revealed that the neighbour below has a son who makes a lot of noise and sometimes late at night.
He has a medical condition so it not a malicious situation, but none the less a disturbance and my fear is that we may loose our tenant who had moved into our flat in part to get her daughter into the good local school for the next 5 years .
I have met the neighbour in question and could make a direct approach about the situation and our tenant said she had considered going down and complaining, but to date has not.
Do members have any advice as to how this should be approached with a view to not making the situation worse?
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