Good tenants I Love em

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  • mind the gap
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    My heart sinks, and a drowsy numbness pains my sense...as though a bout of spam is imminent from the above poster...!

    I hope she proves me wrong.

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  • sarjenks
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    If this dream tenants know have any equally wonderful family or friends looking for a 1 bedroom flat in peckham, I would love to hear from them!

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  • mind the gap
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    Originally posted by subjecttocontract View Post
    Apparantly the queen and her family haved done the same to many of the palaces that they don't own.

    Even Cameron is putting a new kitchen in No 10.
    Done what - provided a light bulb?

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  • subjecttocontract
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    Apparantly the queen and her family haved done the same to many of the palaces that they don't own.

    Even Cameron is putting a new kitchen in No 10.

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  • Mars Mug
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    Brings back childhood memories

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  • mind the gap
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    Originally posted by jeffrey View Post
    Try most backstreet newsagents.
    I hope that isn't the voice of experience speaking!

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  • jeffrey
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    Originally posted by John_C View Post
    (Well as much as you can get a penthouse in W Yorks)
    Try most backstreet newsagents.

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  • mind the gap
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    Originally posted by John_C View Post
    Penthouse Flat, they can afford one (Well as much as you can get a penthouse in W Yorks)
    Hmmm...a penthouse overlooking the River Calder? I'm struggling to visualise this...

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  • John_C
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    Originally posted by Springfields View Post
    I was going to say if this is how they look after your property the least you could do is give them a light bulb
    Penthouse Flat, they can afford one (Well as much as you can get a penthouse in W Yorks)

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  • Springfields
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    I was going to say if this is how they look after your property the least you could do is give them a light bulb

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  • John_C
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    Originally posted by mind the gap View Post
    I am delighted for you. Ironically your list above could equally follow the lament :'Tenants from Hell - I hate them! This is what they did to my property...Built a new garage, etc.'

    Trust me i have plenty of those, couldnt spare a lightbulb could you

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  • mind the gap
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    I am delighted for you. Ironically your list above could equally follow the lament :'Tenants from Hell - I hate them! This is what they did to my property...Built a new garage, etc.'

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  • John_C
    started a topic Good tenants I Love em

    Good tenants I Love em

    A. Built a new garage

    B. Built a conservatory

    C. Re surfaced the whole of the drive

    D. Fitted a new kitchen & fully fitted the house with wooden flooring

    E. Knocked down a crappy wall, re landscaped the place and put up new fencing.

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    by Hudson01
    I am very sorry to hear about the issue, i can add little more to what has already been said above, I am one of those lanldords spoken about in terms of about to sell up........ all that has been pointed out as to why we are all leaving is totally true, it has simply become too much hassle and with...
    16-05-2022, 20:53 PM
  • Advice Needed
    by Confused2022
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    I an trying to get as much information and advice for someone whom is very vulnerable and has many health problems.

    The issue is they have lived at a property which they’ve rented now for 2 years just over, never missed a rental payment and never had any issues,...
    15-05-2022, 15:45 PM
  • Reply to Invoice for work - am I being unreasonable?
    by Hudson01
    I agree with one of the other posts, Company A should have sorted the whole job, it sounds like a 10 mins job with maybe a collar for the pipework being tightened up and then some basthroom sealant ...........you are right.......... just under a ' monkey'' (Arthur Daley speak) for what is a simple pipe...
    16-05-2022, 18:46 PM
  • Invoice for work - am I being unreasonable?
    by Laurasplog
    We have a London flat managed by an agent (full management service).

    My husband and I were abroad, and got a call from the council saying the property was leaking sewage into the flat below. We contacted our agent immediately who sent someone around the same day (Company A).

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    16-05-2022, 12:58 PM
  • Reply to Invoice for work - am I being unreasonable?
    by theartfullodger
    What does your agreement (or terms & conditions sent) with this say about such queries, please? I'd start there first & then probably their complaints process (if they have one)

    Is this the lettings agent on the block (of flats) management agent please?

    I humbly note...
    16-05-2022, 16:15 PM
  • Reply to Invoice for work - am I being unreasonable?
    by Laurasplog
    The pipework was found to be sound. I think Company A were there as an emergency "see if it's sewage and shut off the water if necessary". They said it was a pipework problem and a sealant problem. Company B carried out a full audit on the pipes and found it was only a sealant problem....
    16-05-2022, 14:59 PM
  • Reply to Invoice for work - am I being unreasonable?
    by Laurasplog
    The letting agent engaged all of them. We gave them an instruction to fix whatever the problem was after the notification from the council there was a problem - we pay for a full management service.

    I doubt the agency will give us money back because they've paid it out directly to the contractor,...
    16-05-2022, 14:58 PM
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    by theartfullodger
    In November 1979 BoE base rate hit 17% under Thatcher's government. My building society was kind by only raising their rates to 15%.....

    IMHO rates will continue to rise. Sorry.

    What you are proposing would breach your mortgage terms and possibly result in place being repo'd....
    16-05-2022, 14:30 PM
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