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Paul Shamplina has been writing about the world of evictions and property for many years, giving readers his insights gained from over 28 years helping landlords with problem tenants. paul.shamplina@hamiltonfraser.co.uk
Where do I start?  Every industry is affected by Covid-19 and the complete shutdown of business. We are in unchartered waters and all just trying our best to adapt to this new, hopefully temporary, ‘norm’.
Eviction specialist Paul Shamplina says the government’s recent eviction and mortgage holiday measures have given landlords no option but to hunker down and work with tenants. Paul Shamplina, the UK’s leading residential evictions...
The other week, I had the opportunity to shadow the Harrow Council Housing Enforcement Officers, who feature with me on for Channel 5’s ‘Nightmare Tenants Slum Landlords’. Whilst my day to day job...
I recently read the shocking story about Mr Valentine-Brown who was murdered by his landlady, her partner and two accomplices when they decided they would take the eviction process into their own hands.  Although an extreme case, this story serves to...
On Monday night, I watched BBC Inside Out London which, following the tragic death of Danny Butcher who took his own life, has been investigating London based company, Property Investors. The company tells...
Every December I write a roundup which summarises the year gone by; what changes have impacted landlords and what changes we can expect from the year ahead. Perhaps I should just say “Brexit” as a summary and leave it there.
As I write this blog, I’m on a train down to Devon to do a talk at the ARLA Propertymark Devon Regional Meeting. One of the many hats I wear in my role as Director...
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Section 21: Leading tenant eviction company, Landlord Action, says that as many as 50% of Section 21 cases they handle are as a result of tenants wanting to be re-housed by the council.
I think viewers of this week’s episode of ‘Nightmare Tenants Slum Landlords’ will find it hard to believe that the damage to a property in Cardiff was caused by just one person. Of course, the...