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Started by The Landlord, September 26, 2014, 11:07:48 PM

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Many thanks all read and understood
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Kneel Tenant

Post number two wonder !! ;D
Thanks and hello.

Mollie33


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BBL10

I'm glad to be here. I totally agree to them. I am a new kid on the block with no experience and hopefully I will be able to contribute and add value to the forum as time goes on. Great reading so far.

HandyMan

Quote from: BBL10 on June 02, 2023, 07:25:01 AM
I'm glad to be here. I totally agree to them. I am a new kid on the block with no experience and hopefully I will be able to contribute and add value to the forum as time goes on. Great reading so far.

Welcome. You've made a good entrance!

brian w


Denise


JIMJAM

Thank you I will certainly have to ask questions on this forum  ;)

Sam77

Quote from: The Landlord on September 26, 2014, 11:07:48 PMHi all,

Welcome!

Before kicking off with the inevitable list of forum rules, I just want to welcome you to the Landlord Forum Project. We (myself and all the other amazing moderators) are ALL here to help and provide support where we can.

Unfortunately, in order to keep this place functioning like a well-oiled machine we need to keep some order. Here are a few rules/requests, which we hope you will kindly abide by:

1) Please avoid being a 'one post wonder'. This is the act of posting a question, which someone kindly takes the time and effort to address, but you're never to be seen again. If someone has made the conscience effort to assist you, please make the effort to check back soon after, not only show some mutual respect, but to also inform of us of your outcome/decision. Your experience may help others in a similar situation.

2) Please DO NOT write your subject title or comment with the capslock on. It's irritating and it doesn't give your comment any form of urgency. On the contrary, it will be deleted and given zero priority. Everyone's cry for help is equally important.

3) Try to make your subject title descriptive. For example, if your tenant is in arrears and you require guidance, set your subject as something like "My tenant is 2 months in arrears"

Try to avoid ambiguous and hollow subject titles like "HELP!" 99.9% of the threads created are from people requiring some form of help.

4) The only reason we're here is to help you. We want to help you, believe me. However, in order to help you we need as much detail as possible. So if you want a genuine response to a genuine problem, please provide us with as much details as possible so you're given the best possible response. There's nothing more frustrating than trying to help someone that doesn't give us the full picture (or at least try to).

5) Many of the same questions get repeatedly asked, so before you ask your question, use the search feature and look through the archives. If you happen to ask a question that's been answered even after using the search, it's not a problem at all. But at least take a minute or two to see if you can find what you're looking for before asking your question.

6) It goes without saying that any threads/posts that consist of blatant advertising and offer zero substance will be removed immediately.

Thank you for playing ball, it's much appreciated :)
Read and agreed

ruddlehead


FamUk


raysal

sorry just read the new member rules and feel I may be a "one question wonder"

landlord2023

Quote from: The Landlord on September 26, 2014, 11:07:48 PMHi all,

Welcome!

Before kicking off with the inevitable list of forum rules, I just want to welcome you to the Landlord Forum Project. We (myself and all the other amazing moderators) are ALL here to help and provide support where we can.

Unfortunately, in order to keep this place functioning like a well-oiled machine we need to keep some order. Here are a few rules/requests, which we hope you will kindly abide by:

1) Please avoid being a 'one post wonder'. This is the act of posting a question, which someone kindly takes the time and effort to address, but you're never to be seen again. If someone has made the conscience effort to assist you, please make the effort to check back soon after, not only show some mutual respect, but to also inform of us of your outcome/decision. Your experience may help others in a similar situation.

2) Please DO NOT write your subject title or comment with the capslock on. It's irritating and it doesn't give your comment any form of urgency. On the contrary, it will be deleted and given zero priority. Everyone's cry for help is equally important.

3) Try to make your subject title descriptive. For example, if your tenant is in arrears and you require guidance, set your subject as something like "My tenant is 2 months in arrears"

Try to avoid ambiguous and hollow subject titles like "HELP!" 99.9% of the threads created are from people requiring some form of help.

4) The only reason we're here is to help you. We want to help you, believe me. However, in order to help you we need as much detail as possible. So if you want a genuine response to a genuine problem, please provide us with as much details as possible so you're given the best possible response. There's nothing more frustrating than trying to help someone that doesn't give us the full picture (or at least try to).

5) Many of the same questions get repeatedly asked, so before you ask your question, use the search feature and look through the archives. If you happen to ask a question that's been answered even after using the search, it's not a problem at all. But at least take a minute or two to see if you can find what you're looking for before asking your question.

6) It goes without saying that any threads/posts that consist of blatant advertising and offer zero substance will be removed immediately.

Thank you for playing ball, it's much appreciated :)

Sir or Madame, does a new post have to be strictly in a form of a question or can it be a topic, a short story to start a conversation or a discussion?

abhaythakur

Understood and thank you for this amazing site, it cleared most of my questions but there was one that I posted can I get answer as soon as possible 😭


cindyp

In addition to the Q&As from other members being really useful/helpful in times of need ... I want to add how much I enjoy the Landlord Blog itself.  In my current situation with a fleet footed tenant leaving on a whim, I'd love to be able to write her a Landlord Blog type of response to her just to get my current pissed offness off my chest.

JAMES MICHAEL WILLIAMS


b_buchanan

Thank you, as a new member I just want to thank you and the contributors to my post which I posted just the other day.

I actually am new to renting and have just encountered my first troubles which obviously brought me here, but I understand about not just getting the information you need and never returning again, I will always visit this site and just have a read of the other guys issues and if I can chip in I will.

I would like to buy you a coffee so maybe its worth adding such a feature, also being able to thank the most useful contributors to problems, maybe by giving them some kind of award system, or again, buying a coffee.

I am so grateful for this resource, and the contributors, so thank you so much for helping me, and of course many others.

Wish this site all the best for the future.