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  • Not yet moved in - do we?
    by bompey
    I am writing this as someone who is a landlord and also has a student offspring at Uni so can see both sides of the fence as neither side wants to be out of pocket.

    Son has signed up for a house for 2nd year of uni, as one of 6 in a house share. They are due to take it on from beginning...
    31-03-2020, 11:43 AM
  • Reply to Not yet moved in - do we?
    by buzzard1994
    By September there may be antibody testing and the government will be very keen to reduce the economic cost. by getting as much as possible back to normal. So I'd expect university terms to begin either as normal or a few weeks later with a shortened freshers time. As an ex student parent I wouldnt...
    01-04-2020, 16:35 PM
  • Student Property & Coronavirus
    by boomboom
    Hi guys

    Hope that you are all well and in good health. Tough times ahead but I am sure we will get through it.

    I have a question which I am sure will be a common theme going forward but it would be great to get people's views on.

    I have a student property where...
    24-03-2020, 08:59 AM
  • Reply to Student Property & Coronavirus
    by buzzard1994
    How reasonable landlords can afford to be depends on what their own commitments are.

    At times like this people want their loved ones with them if possible - and young people can help their family by doing the shopping for them. I would have regarded by child as safer under my eye than...
    01-04-2020, 16:25 PM
  • Reply to Not yet moved in - do we?
    by jpucng62
    You run the risk of losing the house if you don't complete the agreement with the prospect of having to find a house for 6 at short notice if term starts again as usual.

    I believe the Govt will try its hardest to have schools and Unis back at the beginning of the new year and the LL will...
    31-03-2020, 12:33 PM
  • Reply to Not yet moved in - do we?
    by jpkeates
    If the contract for the property is signed and complete, it's a done deal and not adhering to the terms would be a breach of that contract.

    If there are movement restrictions which mean that moving in is impossible in July, it may be that the contract is frustrated, but you can't predict...
    31-03-2020, 11:58 AM
  • Reply to Student Property & Coronavirus
    by jpucng62
    I own a student rental too. The students will be getting their normal loans & have signed contracts until the end of the year but most have gone home now and will not return.

    My plan: as it is nearly the Easter holidays, let the rent run until the end of the holiday as normal. For the...
    28-03-2020, 14:36 PM
  • Reply to Student Property & Coronavirus
    by theartfullodger
    From "The Times" of yesterday regarding "Unite Students" , biggest student landlord...etc etc etc etc...

    On reflection I think their position is correct. I'm taking a flexible position. In reality nothing can realistically be done regarding unpaid rent for a few months....
    27-03-2020, 12:32 PM
  • Reply to Student Property & Coronavirus
    by islandgirl
    My son is also at uni and the same situation applies as Claymore - they are being released from their contracts and do not have to pay the final third. They are allowed to leave their stuff in their flats until it is safe to come and get it free of charge. I have seen lots of posts on social media from...
    27-03-2020, 10:28 AM
  • Reply to Student Property & Coronavirus
    by JK0
    Do students receive their loans in termly instalments, like we used to with grants?
    27-03-2020, 07:56 AM
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