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  • pernes
    How can I confirm if garages have been sold that once came with a flat?
    pernes
    Hi, I am trying to check what flats have sold their garages, to either other flats in the block who either didn't have one before or have purchased a second one or if someone outside the block now owns any.

    The block has three more flats than garages. Is there a way I can check this out?...
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    Referencing question
    kangoo1
    A couple wants to rent from me, she is on maternity leave and will not be returning to her previous employment, he is permanently employed and moving due to a job transfer. I have referenced him for the full rent and his guarantor has been successfully referenced.
    I am going to prepare the ast...
    22-07-2017, 17:19 PM
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    Hi

    Not quite landlord related but hoping for some clarification one way or the other:-

    Is it possible for me to remain on the mortgage but to sign over house to spouse, ie, take my name off of the title deeds. This is a divorce scenario and I am wishing to remain on mortgage...
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    aciduzzo
    I have a three-bed two-storey flat which i intend to let to three unrelated students on a single AST. I understand this will be considered an HMO. I also understand i will need a fire assessment; can this be done by the fire brigade?

    I realise i am almost certainly going to have to install...
    22-07-2017, 10:26 AM
  • clairol
    What brand/price point for washer/dryer would you recommend?
    clairol
    As a landlord what approach do you take to replacing white goods in your rental properties?
    Do you buy cheapest brands and then dispose of them when they go wrong as it is pricey to repair?
    Or do you go for a better brand and hope for longevity?
    My repair man recommends buying the...
    22-07-2017, 08:48 AM
  • clairol
    Who takes delivery of white goods?
    clairol
    Hi,
    My tenants, a family of 4, are going away for 5 weeks holiday. They have asked me to take delivery of a new washer/dryer that I have agreed to replace while they are away.
    Usually my tenants take delivery of white goods.
    What is normal practice? I would rather arrange for it to...
    22-07-2017, 08:30 AM
  • bedruzenka
    leaking roof in a leasehold flat
    bedruzenka
    Hello
    I own a leasehold flat and the roof has been leaking for almost 2 years now.My flat is on first floor of a converted end terrace Victorian house so there is another flat downstairs. According to my lease the freeholder is responsible for the roof but the leaseholders have to pay for it.The...
    22-07-2017, 07:14 AM
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