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  • Help to understand letting agent contract termination clauses
    by gkasus
    I am a first time landlord. Appreciate anyone's help on the interpretation of the termination clauses for my fully managed let property. The tenancy agreement started in 2017 for 1 year and then went into periodic to now. Tenancy is still active.

    The current contract is quite explicit...
    14-12-2019, 18:24 PM
  • Reply to Deposit and withholding keys
    by DPT57
    What does the tenancy agreement say the deposit is? If it says a months rent for example it would be easy for the tenant to claim that they paid you one week by bank transfer and the rest in cash. It would be practically impossible for you to dispute this and their penalty claim then goes up to 3x 1...
    14-12-2019, 15:51 PM
  • Deposit and withholding keys
    by Battered landlord
    I’ve been a bit naive. I had a short hold tenancy agreement with tenants signed 18 months ago for a year. They have just moved out. I only recently obtained a small portion of the deposit (initially was asked if I could give them a bit of a grace period to get depot together). They promised to pay...
    06-12-2019, 22:46 PM
  • Reply to rough cost of repairing a basin
    by mariner
    I assume T caused the basin damage, so charge the T for replacing it less estimate for FW&T for lost years of life expectancy since provided new. Thus the Deposit remains intact for other T damage discovered. less FW&T, or combine and use Deposit scheme ADR
    14-12-2019, 14:37 PM
  • rough cost of repairing a basin
    by Battered landlord
    Tenants have cracked a basin (it was new when they moved in). The damages outweigh the deposit I have. I got a quote of £200 for a new sink, including labour and disposal of old sink). They have asked how much to just repair it. Can anyone give me a rough idea? Thanks very much.
    13-12-2019, 19:42 PM
  • Reply to rough cost of repairing a basin
    by royw
    I wouldn't repair it. The cost obviously depends on the basin, anything from £30 up. As long you get a similar one fitting should be straightforward so I would think £200 was a bit steep. I doubt you'd need to pay for disposal, it should fit in your wheelie bin.
    14-12-2019, 14:24 PM
  • Reply to Tennancy - using a rent guarantor
    by eniacs
    Yes you are right. I've explained to them and they understand. They have come back with another guarantor who has a higher income so will try that. Also have another viewing tomorrow with someone else as a back up.

    Thanks for assistance. Great forums.
    14-12-2019, 13:09 PM
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    by eniacs
    Hello;

    I've got a tennant applying to rent, everything seems normal, visited the place with her mum and has 2 teenage boys. She works part time but not enough to get approved for the rental payments. She has offered her mum (also working and home owner) as guarantor.

    Through...
    12-12-2019, 18:31 PM
  • Reply to Getting Housing benefit paid directly
    by Luke
    Its completely true .
    She seemed quite reasonable when we first met and her story seemed to be true .
    Then she suddenly went crazy .
    And I will not be proceeding with the T/A...
    14-12-2019, 11:01 AM
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    by Luke
    I have a potential tenant who is receiving housing benefit and I would like to be paid directly .
    How do I go about making sure that I get paid directly ?
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