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Tom Entwistle

Tom Entwistle
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Tom Entwistle has invested in and developed commercial and residential properties since 1979 and later founded LandlordZONE back in 1999. editor@landlordzone.co.uk
As restrictions are lifted and government financial assistance, whether to individuals or firms, is removed, there’s no doubt that debts will increase, and there will be an increasing need to relay on the limited court provision available. The small claims...
According to property investment specialists, The Mistoria Group, increasing numbers of investor landlords have been facing expensive legal battles when they try to recover losses from property auction purchases, due to the vendors misrepresenting the legal pack.
Councils’ priority needs to fund local services in times of austerity after the great recession, in the case of some councils, prompted them to over-ride the inherent risks involved in taking out 100% taxpayer funded loans in...
According to new research from Paragon Bank, almost one-third of landlords (32 per cent) reported increasing levels of tenant demand during the final three months of last year. That means demand hit the highest level for almost...
The move out of towns and cities opens up opportunities for landlords, opportunities to invest in high yielding properties where rental demand will only increase. The wealthy have always fled the crowds for the...
In a recent appeal court ruling, in 89 Holland Park Management Ltd v Sophie Louise Hicks (2020), Hicks was a property developer wanting to develop a property that was subject to a restrictive covenant from an adjoining...
What is a clean and tidy house to some is and unacceptably dirty mess to others; people have different standards and this will never change. Alternatively, some tenants are just too lazy to leave the place clean and tidy:...
In a world where significant constraints are being placed on a landlords' ability to recover outstanding rents, many suspect that some commercial tenants are using the crisis to avoid paying, or avoid paying in full. This when...
The government came to the aid of commercial tenants with the Coronavirus Act 2020, to try to protect their interests in a time of crisis. However, the measures included apply from 26 March 2020 which have now been extended 31...
Landlord leaseholders of flats affected by dangerous cladding are forking out incredulous amounts of money for buildings to be monitored overnight for fire outbreaks, when in many cases the precautions taken are in effective.