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Crazy Tenants Complaints


Most professional landlords have had their fair share of outrageous tenant complaints that really shouldn’t see the light of day. The fact is that some tenants like to try it on in the hope their landlord will be daft enough to swallow the bait. Some complaints, however, are just odd.
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The Cost of Being a Landlord

New research carried out by Kent Reliance has found that landlords are paying a third of their rental income is being spent on costs relating to their buy to let properties.

The survey data showed that landlords spend, on average, £3,632 per year on costs, excluding mortgage payments. The highest costs are in London, but Welsh landlords spend the most on property costs, typically around £10,000 per year.

 

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Student Digs in London the Height of Luxury

Most students have to put up with sub-standard accommodation and a kitchen with a month’s worth of dirty pots stacked in the sink. With rental accommodation very expensive in the most popular university cities, only the wealthiest students can afford luxury student rentals. Most struggle to pay for a scruffy terrace house shared with three other people.

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