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Living in the same building as their serial bad tenant… a couple’s worst nightmare

It’s been heavily publicised that a large percentage of the UK’s retirees are struggling to live off their pension, so it’s no surprise that some over 65s have turned to renting out rooms in their home, or other properties they may have, to boost their income.  However, in this week’s episode of Nightmare Tenants Slum Landlords (Monday 15th July, 9pm, Channel 5) viewers will see landlords, Jackie and John, a retired couple from a seaside village in Norfolk, locked in a battle with their non-paying tenant which is making their lives hell.  What makes it even worse, is she lives in the same building as them. Jackie and John live in a converted Victorian building comprising of four flats. They live in one and rent their upstairs flat. On the recommendation of someone else in the village, they let the other flat to a lady called Katey who said she...
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Private landlords struggle to keep up with regulatory changes

It is difficult to know exactly what Theresa May’s premiership will be remembered for when it finally comes to an end in July. Will she go down in history as the lady who failed to deliver Brexit, the Prime Minister who snatched defeat from the jaws of victory or the politician who presided over a huge change in private rental market regulations? Private landlords struggling It is fair to say that recent changes to the private rental market came about as a consequence of the Conservative party seeking to curry favour with middle ground to left-wing voters. At a time when the Conservative party was literally tearing itself apart, Theresa May saw an opportunity to introduce tenant friendly regulations and hopefully win over some of the popular vote. However, just a couple of years down the line from the start of the regulatory changes there is confusion and many private...
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Property and Divorce: Who Gets the Family Home in a Divorce Settlement?

The family home is often the most significant asset to be included and negotiated in the divorce settlement. It’s for this reason that it’s vital to understand the role of property in the divorce settlement and how the courts decide who gets the family home. There are many different things to consider during the divorce process, one of which is the division of matrimonial assets. For most people, the divorce settlement will include property, and the property in question is often the family home. Due to the value and significance of the property, deciding who gets the house or how it will be divided between each spouse can prove to be a complicated and stressful experience.  So who does get the family home in a divorce settlement? Always Get Expert Legal Advice First Your first step should be to seek the advice and legal guidance of an experienced and reputable...
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Can I Use a Bridging Loan to Cover Property Costs?

Property developers are often on the lookout for the best finance options when it comes to purchasing properties as saving enough cash to buy one outright is close to impossible for many people. As you may be aware, there are so many finance options out there, that it can be difficult to decide on the best one to suit your needs. One of the most popular options is to take out a bridging loan. Within this guide, we’re going to give you all the information you need to know about using a bridging loan and whether it will be able to cover your property costs. ·       What is a bridging loan? Bridging loans are a short-term loan that is typically used by homeowners or property buyers who are struggling to find a buyer for the property they’ve put up for sale. It’s a temporary option that helps cover the initial...
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A ‘sorry’ state of affairs – tenant apologises to landlord

It’s a topic I have spoken about many times before, but sadly it doesn’t appear to be improving.  Councils are still being forced to respond to Britain’s housing crisis by telling tenants who have been asked to leave by their landlords, to stay put until they are evicted.  In many cases, landlords are left with thousands of pounds of rent arrears and legal costs, as will be shown on this week’s episode of ‘Nightmare Tenants Slum Landlords’ (Monday 24 June, 9pm, Channel 5,). Landlord Action was recently appointed by IT sales consultant, Dale Prime-Holder. He came to Landlord Action desperately seeking help on behalf of his elderly mother, whose tenant had stopped paying rent for over a year but was refusing to leave the property. They had also discovered that the tenant had moved her daughter, her daughter’s partner and their child into the property. The rent arrears had reached...
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