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  • blue-ish
    Subtenant scam and eviction
    Hi, i hope this is the right place to post this, as i am a tenant, not a landlord.

    This is in England. 4 months ago i rented a room from a lady, we signed a contract, paid rent and deposit and everything was fine. About a couple of weeks in i opened a letter addressed to the tenants and...
    16-06-2019, 11:39 AM
  • Elsiebee
    Joint tenancy agreement
    I rent a house to a group to four friends on a joint AST, where all are named. There seems to have been a falling out within the group, which I was unaware of, and at a house meeting, 2 of the tenants told the other 2 that they had to leave. They were told that this was at my instigation which...
    16-06-2019, 11:33 AM
  • Elsiebee
    Friends sharing house
    I have friends who have lived in Spain for 15 years but have no resident status over there (I have recently discovered). Their mail comes to my house - a historical arrangement from when their house was uninhabitable, which has just continued. They use my house as a base in England but are...
    16-06-2019, 11:20 AM
  • jessa46
    Damage to Ceiling
    I've notified my insurer about the partial ceiling collapse. I don't know if it's due to water damage or just that that part of the ceiling was wek. The building was built in 1880s. The repair bill is - £88 for initial clean up, £500 for repair. Rather than claim through my insurer, can I claim against...
    16-06-2019, 11:06 AM
  • surreygirl
    Freeholders breach of the lease
    We had a surveyor in last year in April 2018 which said that the outside render was now porous and needed to be repaired as a matter of urgency and should be a priority. At a meeting they voted to wait for a year until people had saved up the money and also they needed to have an asbestos test done....
    16-06-2019, 09:39 AM
  • midlandslandlord
    Shower pods - suppliers etc
    I am researching into using shower pods to provide ensuite facilities in an HMO.

    I am not thinking of the high-tech fashionable shower cubicles that are sometimes called "Pods", more the pre-built pods that are installed, and just connected to necessary services (elec, water,...
    16-06-2019, 06:55 AM
  • Propertygoesup
    All in on property?
    Hi all, I'm a postman aged 37. I have one buy to let on a 5 year interest only deal. Value 230k, mortgage 150k long term tenant. I have 40k in the bank. I have one current account, no loans, credit cards, savings or pension. Only direct debits are the mortgage and mobile phone.
    I am currently...
    16-06-2019, 06:30 AM
  • cday356
    Freeholders and Sub-tenants
    Hello all,

    I would be grateful for some views on the following situation. We are a freeholder, and have a non-resident leaseholder who has been sub-letting his flat for more than a decade. We took over the freehold about 6 years ago. It has since come to our attention that the leaseholder...
    16-06-2019, 04:23 AM
  • mikestew89
    Police knocked down wrong flat door and then sent bill
    Hi guys,

    Looking for some guidance.

    I own a block of flats with DSS tenants.

    A while back the police knocked down a front door looking for a particular tenant. Needless to say, it was the wrong door, and they were actually looking for the tenant that lived next...
    15-06-2019, 17:40 PM
  • halfax
    dispute with council over council tax
    i have been billed for council tax for a property that was rent out. the tenant also ran a pub. he left last november , i told the council he had gone and informed them when the new tenant moved in . they billed me for when the property was empty. and i paid that bill . now 8 moths later the tenat...
    15-06-2019, 16:31 PM