I know its nothing to do with housing, but it’s so lovely to have Strictly Come Dancing back again. At last, I have something to look forward to every day, with Strictly at the weekends and Zoe on the Strictly ‘it takes two’ sofa during the week.
AND we have a lawyer contestant, the amazing Mr Rinder.
I have to say that, not being a watcher of daytime TV, Mr ‘Judge’ Rinder had not come my way before, but I have now watched a few clips of his show.
I find it more than a bit odd that ANYONE would want to have their disputes adjudicated on the telly rather than in decent privacy, but folks is strange. Good luck to him anyway.
But what happened on the blog?
We had so many questions on my webinar with Ben that we could not answer them all and so are doing a ‘surgery’ on 2 November. Find the signup page via here …
The second most common tenant breach. We had a few comments on this one – read them here …
I’ve done another kit and its a free one this time. Read all about it here …
It was a section 21 notice actually (I think). Read why here …
Ben is surprised to find himself back on the telly again. Find out why here …
- Sadiq Khan launches enquiry into foreign investment in London housing
- Find out how leasehold owners could be breaking the law by using Airbnb
- Fire door safety week and the importance of fire doors
- Nearly Legal looks a property guardians and another problem
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