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  • Reply to Letting to my brother
    by Neelix
    You would need to declare this to the mortgage company - assuming you would be getting a mortgage...
    17-06-2021, 19:36 PM
  • Letting to my brother
    by Helvie
    Im trying to help a family member out as they unfortunately not in a position to buy anything where they live so i thought I could buy and rent to them, not for profit but purely to give them a proper home rather than a room in a shared occupancy. I realise its a grey area but is there any way I can...
    17-06-2021, 18:53 PM
  • Reply to Letting to my brother
    by StuartH
    Of course, by entering into a proper tenancy agreement, complying with all the legal and regulatory requirements and paying tax on your rental income. But letting to a family member is almost never a good idea, and without wanting to sound rude, you obviously have no clue what being a landlord entails....
    17-06-2021, 19:25 PM
  • Reply to County Court Bailiffs 1 June
    by Perce
    I would probably change it to residential and then decide later what to do. You can always sell.
    17-06-2021, 19:24 PM
  • County Court Bailiffs 1 June
    by Perce
    Hello

    I have a warrant for repossession, the ban is over tomorrow. How long does it take to hear from the County Court Bailiffs ? 1 week ? 1 month? What is the process ?...
    31-05-2021, 11:30 AM
  • Reply to Letting to my brother
    by nukecad
    Nothing legal to stop you doing that, as long as he is paying what you want him to pay out of his own earnings.

    He will however NOT be able to claim UC Housing Element to pay the rent. (or at least it's extremely unlikely that the DWP would pay it).

    Trying to claim rent costs...
    17-06-2021, 19:24 PM
  • Reply to County Court Bailiffs 1 June
    by Propertygoesup
    Financially better to stick with the existing flat and change it to residential , then move on to another property by porting the mortgage or wait till 2024 when the mortgage fix ends.
    worse financially to sell up as have to pay over 3k in penalty fees plus selling fees.
    17-06-2021, 18:59 PM
  • Reply to Tenancy Clause - Cleaning Cost Stated
    by landlord-man
    If the maximun i can get for a property is £600 per month why would I want to deduct avoidable expenses from it?

    The Tenant pays the £600 and keeps it clean and tidy and doesnt break things and leaves the property without any deduction from Deposit.

    I still get £600 per...
    17-06-2021, 18:52 PM
  • Tenancy Clause - Cleaning Cost Stated
    by landlord-man
    I'm aware that my AST cannot insist on a professional clean at end of tenancy - but I can require the property is left in the same condition it was at the beginning (allowing for normal wear and tear) and the Tenant can then do the cleaning himself (herself).

    However, what I'm finding is...
    17-06-2021, 13:08 PM
  • Reply to Tenancy Clause - Cleaning Cost Stated
    by nukecad
    Exactly - and if none of those things happen then you have made a nice bonus, especially if its a long tenancy.

    But I still suspect that you would forget that you had already factored for it and want to charge extra anyway - call me cynical....
    17-06-2021, 18:20 PM
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