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  1. My long term girlfriend and I have been looking for a route onto the housing ladder. My girlfriend’s Dad owns a commercial premises on which he runs a profitable laundrette from. He also owns the freehold to the first floor which has separate access and is currently being run as a 3 bedroom HMO. Long story short, the property is well suited for a loft conversion / extension, next door have already done this a few years ago. My girlfriend’s Dad has agreed to “gift” us ownership of the proposed 2nd self contained flat should we fund the works. The works would comprise a small ground
  2. My long term girlfriend and I have been looking for a route onto the housing ladder. My girlfriend’s Dad owns a commercial premises on which he runs a profitable laundrette from. He also owns the freehold to the first floor which has separate access and is currently being run as a 3 bedroom HMO. Long story short, the property is well suited for a loft conversion / extension, next door have already done this a few years ago. My girlfriend’s Dad has agreed to “gift” us ownership of the proposed 2nd self contained flat should we fund the works. The works would comprise a small ground
  3. Hi, I am coming to the end of my tenancy that started September 2018. My agreement has the following term: "Property Check-Out. On the last day of the agreed Tenancy period, the Inventory and Schedule of Condition will be checked against the Property and its contents. The Tenant will pay for the Check-Out at the rate of £110.00 including VAT for a 1 bedroom property and a further £37.50 including VAT per extra bedroom. The Tenant will pay the check-out fee for the property with their first account which is due one month before the tenancy starts." Question 1: As the tenancy was sig
  4. Hi Rhys, Really interested to read the responses to this. Come May next year I will have graduated, hopefully with a first class Bsc Hons in Quantity Surveying too. I was lucky enough to gain a years experience working for a small London practice as a PQS, where I worked primarily on high end residential and a few larger commercial projects. I too will be 22 and am looking to achieve RICS Chartered status within 2 years. My longterm goals are also very much in line with yours, however, I do not expect to have a great desire to be a QS at 40 years old and have a funny fe
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