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    Anyone got a one bed flat in he top right hand corner of Greater London - Romford-ish?

    It is for my neice and her boyfriend - they are both on benefits but should be able to get a good guarantor.

    Thanks all

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  • Reply to Part furnished
    by jpkeates
    It depends on your local market.
    Mine seems expect a fridge freezer and washing machine as an "unfurnished" property.

    Blinds not curtains and it varies - usually whats been left behind (have had to add some blind safety hook things in the past).

    Check ads for...
    18-09-2020, 13:48 PM
  • Part furnished
    by Chester Perry
    Our property was let part furnished however upon leaving the Ex. tenant took it upon himself to relieve us of the white goods and wooden blinds.

    The dishwasher, washing machine, 2 x fridge freezers and wooden blinds throughout were actually ones purchased when the property was our main...
    18-09-2020, 13:34 PM
  • Reply to Housing First - what are your thoughts?
    by boletus
    What are your arrears, ASB, and eviction rates as a % of all tenancies?
    18-09-2020, 13:41 PM
  • Housing First - what are your thoughts?
    by LandlordLiaisonOfficer

    I work for a homeless charity and I am hoping you don't mind me bending your ear and gaining some landlord insight on a model we are imminently implementing for some of our service users.

    Traditional housing models within the homeless sector require the service user...
    18-09-2020, 12:32 PM
  • Reply to Guarantor agreements
    by AndrewDod
    I suppose the real questions is not "what tricks do I need to try to get around these potential massive risks"
    but rather
    a) "how much extra premium should I charge on rents to offset these massive risks" - 10%, 50% ?
    b) What criteria does a potential...
    18-09-2020, 13:33 PM
  • Guarantor agreements
    Hi all,

    I am asking a prospective tenant to provide a guarantor and was wondering how the deed should be dated with regards to the term of the tenancy. The tenancy will be a 6 month assured shorthold agreement but I would want the guarantor to continue to act for the duration of the periodic...
    16-09-2020, 14:22 PM
  • Reply to Deposit Negotitations with Landlord
    by flyingfreehold
    they tend to favour the tenant
    18-09-2020, 13:26 PM
  • Deposit Negotitations with Landlord
    by Maymiss
    I am moving out of my rented home shortly, i have caused some damage which I notified the landlord of when it happened and they have recently visited to discuss the cost of repairs, which we have agreed. The landlord is now asking that I pay this money to them directly. It is not possible for the work...
    03-08-2020, 11:47 AM
  • Reply to Deposit Negotitations with Landlord
    by Maymiss
    I am sad to say that after paying a lump sum to my landlord, they are now claiming the full amount of my deposit also. My deposit is held with DPS and I understand they are generally fair in their dealings, but after reading reviews online it appears they do not always review disputes thoroughly and...
    18-09-2020, 13:21 PM
  • Reply to Section 21 issued with new tenancy
    by ChrisDennison
    Of course not because a s21 notice is a private notice so nobody will know how many are issued in the country each day, and this would only change if all s21 notices would need to be centrally lodged (I can’t see that happen and can’t see a good reason for it either).

    18-09-2020, 13:07 PM