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We write to you to express our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for guiding us through the most upsetting and traumatic time of our lives; the entire procedure was carried out with utmost professionalism and humanity which no other person could or would have matched. You were always one step ahead of everybody else, we felt totally safe with your every move and you have achieved for us 'peace of mind' for which we and the family are so very grateful.John and Lydia Taylor in relation to Bhavani Hogarty
Unpaid Rent or Rent ArrearsIs your tenant in rent arrears?
There are many levels of rent arrears and landlords are often confused as to what action they should take and when.
If your tenant is simply late paying the rent, talk to them. It is better to open up lines of communication as early as possible to avoid long periods of no rent and having to take court proceedings incurring costs that may not be recoverable.
There may be some genuine reason for your tenant not to have paid their rent and if it is a temporary set back, you could agree to a payment plan. We can assist you with setting up a suitable repayment plan that allows you to work with your tenant and recover any arrears in a convenient time frame.
If you have allowed your tenant to run up rent arrears which are now in excess of 2 months, we can advise you on action that includes serving a notice informing the tenant of the arrears that currently exist and what action they can take to avoid any formal proceedings being taken against them. Just because you serve a notice, doesn’t mean that you cannot come to an agreement with your tenant.
If, however, your efforts of resolving the matter amicably with your tenant fails, you can take, 2 courses of action: a small claim in the County Court or possession proceedings. We can assist you with both, on a fixed fee basis.
If your tenant is in arrears, contact our landlord and tenant/housing specialists today for an initial cost free telephone overview of your circumstances. Please telephone Chris Palucsis on 01935 382687 or Ella Carroll on 01935 385984, or alternatively, complete our online enquiry form and a member of the team will contact you as soon as possible.
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