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  • Reply to Rent Rises in 2020
    by DPT57
    Well if the market rent for your properties has increased and you think that there would be a good prospect of re-letting quickly and there is a low risk that your existing tenant will stop paying rent altogether then from a business point of view, it makes sense to increase the rent. Having said that,...
    22-09-2020, 14:57 PM
  • Rent Rises in 2020
    by jpucng62
    I cancelled all my annual rent increases when Covid hit. Since then some people have really suffered financially and others haven’t. In addition LHA rates have increased substantially for anyone needing support which appears to have had the knock on effect of increasing the rent of properties now...
    19-09-2020, 17:48 PM
  • Reply to Rent Rises in 2020
    by jpucng62
    Where I rent properties (Beds / Northants / Nottingham) rents have risen substantially and availability has fallen. So my question is still, 6 months on from everyone being told to stay at home and with normality of work returning for many tenants (I accept not all) and many people not unduly financially...
    22-09-2020, 14:44 PM
  • Reply to Tenants possessions left in abandoned property
    by MR M
    I did consider approaching a Tracing Agent to try to obtain the Tenant's current whereabouts or updated information about them but the feeling is that it is not worth initiating this yet as its too soon. They may not show-up as having set-up elsewhere yet or have generated updated information about...
    22-09-2020, 14:10 PM
  • Tenants possessions left in abandoned property
    by MR M
    The tenancy is a statutory periodic tenancy after the original AST ended. The tenant has rent arrears and a S21 was issued around 3 months ago. There is no deposit and an EPC, gas safety certificate and how to rent guide were all issued previously to the tenant.

    I believe that the tenant...
    16-09-2020, 10:03 AM
  • Reply to Renovation/Improvements vs Repairs / Maintenance
    by newtenant9011
    You can prevent the landlord from entering, as you have a right to quiet enjoyment, you can even replace the locks if you would like.

    In turn, the landlord could issue you a section 21 notice, but the notice period is 6 months currently plus the court backlog.
    22-09-2020, 14:08 PM
  • Renovation/Improvements vs Repairs / Maintenance
    by thesleepingdog
    Hello,

    I am having A LOT of trouble with my LL who is continually asking to carry out improvements on the property. It is literally nonstop and it has got to the stage where I am utterly fed up and want to leave.

    During my tenancy he has replaced all the windows in the house,...
    22-09-2020, 13:22 PM
  • Reply to Rent Rises in 2020
    by DPT57
    In my part of London there is no market justification for rent increases and imo increased individual landlord costs is not a reason to raise them....
    22-09-2020, 14:07 PM
  • Reply to Rats
    by ChrisDennison
    These are very interesting comments, one of my councils (South West) told me they had to stop these services unless in public areas.
    22-09-2020, 12:35 PM
  • Rats
    by ETB
    I have a tenant who has reported that he can here rats in the walls and ceiling of his 4th floor apartment. He says there are other complaints on the tenants facebook group. I have messaged the maintenance company (Name removed) but they are not replying. Just wanted to check who is liable, I'm assuming...
    21-09-2020, 22:15 PM
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