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From: Paul Kwiatkowski 25 September 2017 09:18 AM

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I agree holding fees should be banned. The tenant should expect fees for taking up references,right to rent,the normal stuff to be able to rent. Perhaps a portion of the Inventory& schedule of condition of the property,After all it is in the tenants interest as well as the Landlords.50/50 cost basis. The cost on a 50/50 basis for a tenancy agreement,again it is in the interest of both parties. I question why the landlord should be expected to cover all these costs. I do not see the government dishing out passports for free etc.! It is well overdue that a level playing field for Landlords and tenants is established.Tentants get away with murder. They can stop paying rent,they damage properties,they stay put even after a court order and make a mockery of the whole BTL business. This government seem to want to bash Landlords,tax them to death and yet still want them to provide homes and Pay for the priviledge! They want to cap rents too! Ok but cap BTL costs and interest rates too then ! allow landlords to claim all expenses and to evict fast and at low cost. Stop councils telling tenants to stay put. If you buy a car on finance and stop paying you lose the car pretty damn quick,if you damage it you get sued. I also agree Landlords from hell need sending to hell. Good honest landlords are tired of being bashed,taxed to death and not treated like they are running a business(which at the end of the day it is!) Who on earth are tenants who stop paying their rent,not treated as squatters and the police should be able to evict after a court has given notice? Why is it the Landlord has to pay out yet more money. All we ask is a level playing field fair to all. If the government do not act ,rents will keep rising to cover fees etc Landlords are faced with. If I end up paying higher fees to rent my properties,I will just add £50 month to the rents to cover me.This will cover my fees in a year and insure me for more costs that may arise. After all I cant afford to pay tenants rent,my mortgages,all the fees,all the taxes,all the insurances,all the maintenance,services,gas certificates,legal fees !wow why am I a landlord ???????????????

From: Paul Kwiatkowski 04 August 2017 10:37 AM

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