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#16 jimmyhill

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 07:34 PM

I know personally someone who signed 6 months a few weeks back and now the house sold and now he is being told ' we would prefer you leave now ' and ' the new owner is starting to demand access and when he mentioned his legal rights as you all mentioned to ' quiet ' the agent stated that didnt matter and just made threats of financial costs etc etc and said they would fight him in court.

The bottom line is simple where i sit , its getting Way more Ruthless than it ever was and its getting messy , lies are being told to buyers and, potential tenants and everyone is being played for idiots , the tenants are the ones who really suffer and really being treated like ' rent boys ' but whats new.

Gone are the days when you got a landlord in the private sector and had a long let and mutual respect , the entire markets now been taken over by estate agents letting and their need to cover insurance policies and also sell and max up their %.Its entirely f....ked here in the southwest.

In relation to houses for sale and rent at the same time one give away is to ask if tenants are in the house , i asked this twice last week and both houses had tenants ' leaving in a few weeks ' as ; they need a larger place ' .........you wouldnt believe the lies........ and when i checked the houses were both in the ' for sale ' section of rightmove

Blatant f.............g LIES ..... i asked the estate agents letting these 2 places specifically if the houses are for sale and they said no...........long term let....

and so what we have is deliberate lies and misleading in order to get tenants in for as long as it takes to sell and then threats when it sells....

really forget your rights , you will feel a prisoner no matter what and my advice is avoid renting any property for sale as tenants are being lied to and used to prop up the market and it needs to crash.

Should i be reporting these lies to the companies head office ? or trading standards ? i guess they are all masons and its just seen as ' business ' for these parasites.

#17 zebbedee

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Posted 18 March 2012 - 12:42 AM

I know personally someone who signed 6 months a few weeks back and now the house sold and now he is being told ' we would prefer you leave now ' and ' the new owner is starting to demand access and when he mentioned his legal rights as you all mentioned to ' quiet ' the agent stated that didnt matter and just made threats of financial costs etc etc and said they would fight him in court.

The bottom line is simple where i sit , its getting Way more Ruthless than it ever was and its getting messy , lies are being told to buyers and, potential tenants and everyone is being played for idiots , the tenants are the ones who really suffer and really being treated like ' rent boys ' but whats new.

Gone are the days when you got a landlord in the private sector and had a long let and mutual respect , the entire markets now been taken over by estate agents letting and their need to cover insurance policies and also sell and max up their %.Its entirely f....ked here in the southwest.

In relation to houses for sale and rent at the same time one give away is to ask if tenants are in the house , i asked this twice last week and both houses had tenants ' leaving in a few weeks ' as ; they need a larger place ' .........you wouldnt believe the lies........ and when i checked the houses were both in the ' for sale ' section of rightmove

Blatant f.............g LIES ..... i asked the estate agents letting these 2 places specifically if the houses are for sale and they said no...........long term let....

and so what we have is deliberate lies and misleading in order to get tenants in for as long as it takes to sell and then threats when it sells....

really forget your rights , you will feel a prisoner no matter what and my advice is avoid renting any property for sale as tenants are being lied to and used to prop up the market and it needs to crash.

Should i be reporting these lies to the companies head office ? or trading standards ? i guess they are all masons and its just seen as ' business ' for these parasites.

You only have rights if you know about them, you can always covertly record said threats and then get the police involved and still be sitting there at the end of the AST, make the feckers go through the courts to get you out and then leave at the last minute. All within your rights but bvgger them back.

And of course the new owner can go fvck himself for access, the moment he enters you beat the sh!t out of him coz as far as you are aware he was a burglar and then he gets done with beaking and entering as he had to- you had changed the locks. :D

Edited by zebbedee, 18 March 2012 - 12:44 AM.

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#18 sleepwello'nights

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Posted 18 March 2012 - 07:53 AM

And of course the new owner can go fvck himself for access, the moment he enters you beat the sh!t out of him coz as far as you are aware he was a burglar and then he gets done with beaking and entering as he had to- you had changed the locks. :D

And you wonder why tenants get a bad name!

Thankfully the majority of tenants and landlords are sane people.
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#19 zebbedee

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Posted 18 March 2012 - 07:54 PM

And you wonder why tenants get a bad name!

Thankfully the majority of tenants and landlords are sane people.

Yes go on then take things out of context, replying to 'we would prefer you leave now ' and ' the new owner is starting to demand access and when he mentioned his legal rights as you all mentioned to ' quiet ' the agent stated that didnt matter and just made threats of financial costs etc etc', yes the agents are being reasonable there aren't they as are the new owners-dimwit. Fight fire with fire
As I wandered in the darkness a voice came unto me, it said "smile, be happy, things could get worse". So I smiled and was happy and behold, things did get worse.

"Credit is indeed vital to an economy, but it does not constitute an economy within itself. ... When businesses borrow to fund capital investments, the extra cash flows that result are used to repay the loans. When individuals borrow to spend, loans can only be repaid out of reduced future consumption."-Peter Schiff, Jan 19 2009; <a href="http://www.321gold.c...iff011909.html" My link

"The bold effort the present bank had made to control the government... are but premonitions of the fate that await the American people should they be deluded into a perpetuation of this institution or the establishment of another like it."-Andrew Jackson on the Second Bank of the United States

"The problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money."-Margaret Thatcher

"If tyranny and oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy. Of all the enemies to public liberty, war is perhaps the most to be dreaded because it comprises and develops the germ of every other. War is the parent of armies; from these proceed debts and taxes; and armies, and debts, and taxes are the known instruments for bringing the many under the domination of the few. The loss of liberty at home is to be charged to the provisions against danger, real or imagined, from abroad." - James Madison

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#20 jammo

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Posted 03 April 2012 - 09:33 PM

If you are being harrassed or threatened by a landlord and/or letting agent, that's a criminal offence basically. If anyone is entering your home without your express permission, thye are in serious breach of the law. Who's to say that stack of gold coins you had on the top didn't go missing? ;)
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