A question by polly : Management told me I could pay what I could afford at beginning of month due to the coronavirus. I live in california. I just received a 3-day notice to quit. Is this legal during the virus? Answers Provide a response using the comment section.…Continue readingCan I get a 3-day notice to quit if I paid partial rent at beginning of month?
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A question by luch My landlord is selling the flat that I live in – it is currently being advertised as with tenants or vacant possession. I am concerned as my tenancy agreement runs until next July, plus to make matters worse I am due to give birth in…Continue readingMy landlord is selling the flat that I live in. Can l only be given one month notice?
A question by khriss: be carried out. This is approx 12 feet away and straight in front of my lounge window and i have complained every-time this has happened and they fob me off but carry on. I had another letter yesterday informing me that there are another…Continue readingMy Landlord uses the car park in front of my lounge window as a dumping ground every time any works have to?
A question by Dayna : Hi, Me and my boyfriend are looking for our first house together, we have an income of 33k between us. but only have a small deposit. Does anyone know where we can get a 95% mortgage from? Thanks Answers Provide a response using…Continue readingCan anyone help us with finding a mortgage?
A question by : As a landlord is there any special clause that I should enter that would benefit me in the long run? e.g. can I enter a clause that will mean that the tenant has to forfeit their right to squat in the property after the expiration…Continue readingAs a landlord, can I insert such a clause into a tenancy agreement?
A question by : My girlfriend and I are renting, and the thought of pouring another £12k into our landlords account and having nothing to show for it is winding me up! Although I know we can afford the mortgage repayments as they will be less than our…Continue readingI might need a 100% mortgage, are they worth the risk? Is there another option?