Would a LL rent to me ?

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  • Would a LL rent to me ?

    OK heres my situation, the negatives,

    I'm not working, on benefits, have no refrences and bad credit history.

    the positives,

    I have plenty of cash and can pay up front if needed, and I am not a "typical" person for the negatives out lined above, in that I am in my 30's and ex teacher who has been dealt a bad hand by life ( ad to give up work due to ill health). Also I am looking for a 1/2 bedroom flat in the oversupplied Manchester rental Market.

    Would a LL be willing to take me on ?

    If they did, would it be possible for me to avoid having to go through a letting agency ? I know that no-one like to pay the charges for the checks, but in my case doing the checks are pretty pointless.

    If a LL did take me on and accepted 6 months up front, how do i safeguard myself if they are repossessed ? Afterall a LL might be tempted to take me on if he knew that he is about to have his property taken off him.

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    ill take you on in Liverpool if your paying 6 monts up front...no problem at all. As for the poss repo i'd let the bank worry about that and am sure you'd be able to stay put.
    What i write is what i think....If you need solid info PAY A SOLICITOR!!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by starlettings View Post
      ill take you on in Liverpool if your paying 6 monts up front...no problem at all. As for the poss repo i'd let the bank worry about that and am sure you'd be able to stay put.
      Be very, very wary of taking any advice from Starlettings!!

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      • #4
        If any one wants to know why Colin has a chip on his shoulder, its to do with being a in-bread
        What i write is what i think....If you need solid info PAY A SOLICITOR!!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by starlettings View Post
          If any one wants to know why Colin has a chip on his shoulder, its to do with being a in-bread
          If anyone wants to know why Starlettings had all his previous posts deleted, it is because of various complaint made to the site moderator.
          He did say he wouldn't be posting again, guess that is just another lie.
          ( I won't be replying to any more of his 'well thought out remarks'!

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          • #6
            Colin stop talking rubbish, you dont even own your own house, and you pay your rent late.
            What i write is what i think....If you need solid info PAY A SOLICITOR!!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by needahome View Post
              OK heres my situation, the negatives,

              I'm not working, on benefits, have no refrences and bad credit history.

              the positives,

              I have plenty of cash and can pay up front if needed, and I am not a "typical" person for the negatives out lined above, in that I am in my 30's and ex teacher who has been dealt a bad hand by life ( ad to give up work due to ill health). Also I am looking for a 1/2 bedroom flat in the oversupplied Manchester rental Market.

              Would a LL be willing to take me on ?

              If they did, would it be possible for me to avoid having to go through a letting agency ? I know that no-one like to pay the charges for the checks, but in my case doing the checks are pretty pointless.

              If a LL did take me on and accepted 6 months up front, how do i safeguard myself if they are repossessed ? Afterall a LL might be tempted to take me on if he knew that he is about to have his property taken off him.

              Hi there,

              I have sent you a private email to help your situation!!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by starlettings View Post
                ill take you on in Liverpool if your paying 6 monts up front...no problem at all. As for the poss repo i'd let the bank worry about that and am sure you'd be able to stay put.
                From my experience I don't believe for a moment the bank would allow you to stay put. The bank will want to sell the property as soon as possible and would not want you in it. the bank will not want to become a party to the tenancy agreement in anyway or do anything that may mean they become the landlord (by accepting rent from you direct for example).

                It would be pretty much impossible to safeguard yourself should you pay 6 months upfront.
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