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17 May 2013 / Landlord Finances & Saving Costs / 8 Comments Summary: Landlords are probably no longer entitled to council tax exemption. The Government have introduced a new 'Council Tax Support' Scheme, which means Landlords have to pay up...
04 May 2013 / Tenant Advice / 7 Comments Summary: When you boil down the majority of the problems landlords face that are tenant inflicted, you begin to realise they typically stem from the same basic issues. If only tenants followed the 10 Commandments...
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The bailiffs are due to evict my tenant in a few days, and I have been advised by my solicitor that I can deduct all his costs and court costs from the deposit. My tenant insists its only the court costs. What can or can't I deduct?
Furniture & Fittings Maintenance / Repairs
My window has been broken for 10 months. Despite multiple e-mails to letting agency and landlord my window has not been repaired. What are my options?
Garden Maintenance / Repairs In Rentals
My tenants have cleared and cut back a lot of shrubs/trees in the back garden and want me to pay £100 for a man to come and clear the debris. Is this really my responsibility?
Plumbing & Heating Maintenance / Repairs
My landlord didn't have a gas safety certificate, we've been in property for over 4 years so got one ourselves. Boiler was condemned, after 8 days of no heating or hot water (and snowing) landlord eventually agreed to new one. Can we claim any compensation for the time without functioning boiler?
I'm thinking of letting a house to a group of friends. The council lady says I'll be responsible for paying the Council Tax. Is that correct?