With added Quiz
There are two new developments on the Landlord Law Blog this week.
First – I have launched a paid element to the Blog Clinic.
So many people are applying that I simply cannot keep up with them and I am way behind.
For example, there have been over 500 questions since the service two years ago, an average of some five per week.
So I have introduced a new ‘fast track’ service, where I will either get an answer online for people or refund their money. It will be interesting to see how many people use it.
To enable me to take the payment I have upgraded my ‘gravity forms’ plugin, and this now gives me some extra new facilities in addition to the pay pal one.
So, for example I can now do quizzes. So I am trialling a monthly ‘test yourself’ quiz – the first of which is below and replaces (for this week) the normal further reading section.
But what happened on the blog?
Can a landlord really move her daughter into an existing tenancy? And do the tenants want to rock the boat and put themselves at risk of paying more rent? Read more here …
Another blog clinic question. What do you think? I gave a bit of advice which you can read here …
Quite a popular post this and it seems odd that I have not written about this on the blog before. Read it here …
Trying to make some indent on the blog clinic question mountain with this post where I think the landlord is going to have an uphill job. What do you think? Read it here …
The final blog clinic post of the week – not an uncommon question sadly. I say it depends on the tenancy type. See why here …
Ben is bereft of Frazzy this week and is not a happy bunny. He takes a pretty grim view of housing issues too. See why here …
I announce the new service. Read it here ..