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  • Reply to Newish landlord queries
    by ash72
    The agent fees seems reasonable, the fully managed service still means the LL is contacted and updated on issues (I would rather know what is happening with my property, then just getting billed for the works. You also have the options to use them or you get your own person to do the remedial works,...
    07-07-2020, 10:48 AM
  • Newish landlord queries
    by martysparty99
    Hi all, first time here and looking for some general advice.

    Be patient with me as I am a first time landlord!

    Let my property back in feb, used an agent that I used to sell our house last year. He said he could do me a good deal on fully managed. 7% which I think is a good...
    07-07-2020, 09:57 AM
  • Reply to Deposit Issue
    by jpkeates
    If you do it sensibly, your tenant may well agree.

    It's been years since I had anyone seriously challenge a claim I've made.
    And I was probably a bit optimistic back then!
    07-07-2020, 10:47 AM
  • Deposit Issue
    by tenantputney
    Q1 – Where is the rented property located (England / Wales / Scotland / N Ireland)? England

    Q2 – What type of Tenancy Agreement (TA) is this e.g. sole tenant / multiple tenant / room only? Multiple Tenant

    Q3 – What date did current TA start dd/mm/yy? July 2017

    ...
    23-06-2020, 12:20 PM
  • Reply to Newish landlord queries
    by jpkeates
    You need to work this out with the agent.
    Some landlords like everything to be run past them, some set a limit which the agent can simply authorise - it's a matter of trust and practicality.

    My agent runs anything over a limit past me, but uses emails, so I don't get interrupted if...
    07-07-2020, 10:45 AM
  • Reply to Newish landlord queries
    by theartfullodger
    Join NRLA and do courses on being a landlird:. Much cheaper than the alternative (lack of knowledge) in both time and money. Even with agent you remain responsible for everything (but may have a later claim against agent).

    Have you very carefully read your agreement with agent to find...
    07-07-2020, 10:11 AM
  • Reply to Deposit Issue
    by shoobydoo
    Thank you. I will go for cleaning costs and will live in hope that the adjudicators may allow me something.
    07-07-2020, 10:07 AM
  • Reply to Suing the Guarantor (small claims court)
    by jpkeates
    You need to sue both of them, or just the tenant.
    If you sue the guarantor, they have a simple defence, in that you haven't exhausted your attempts to recover the money from the tenant.
    07-07-2020, 09:23 AM
  • Suing the Guarantor (small claims court)
    by hadiolar
    Good morning,
    Hope I can get some clarity to my issue
    Background
    Tenant left in April 2020 with monies owed (Court eviction active)
    outstanding rent-£8000
    damage to Ppty-£3000
    letter before action sent to both tenant and guarantor -No response and no payment made...
    07-07-2020, 08:03 AM
  • Reply to Suing the Guarantor (small claims court)
    by ash72
    Which form are you using, you should be using the N1 form, or do it online, the max. you can claim in small £10k.

    Success depends on your claim and how much supporting evidence you. Does the guarantor own a property? If so, I would be inclined to go for them, there is much more success...
    07-07-2020, 09:07 AM
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