Home » News » Agencies & People » Tenants are asking for longer minimum periods, claims agent previous nextAgencies & PeopleTenants are asking for longer minimum periods, claims agentBoutique London agency Wilfords which let 150 properties last year in London, says tenants at the top of the market are staying for longer.Sheila Manchester19th February 20201 Comment441 Views “It’s been a very exciting start to the year in London” says London estate agent Wilfords which has begun 2020 with a significant letting of a splendid and historic property in Paddington Basin.The Boatman’s Institute dates back to the 1800s and is a fantastic fusion of old and new with a stylish interior and a very high-spec finish. The home has now been let on a long-term lease.Wilfords, who secured close to 150 lets in 2019, with landmark deals, also see a trend for tenants and landlords wanting longer-term commitments with several 24 month tenancies already agreed.This exciting deal is one of the latest in a run of successes in the lettings department at Wilfords whose biggest ticket deal was a £2,995 per week house on Courtnell Street and they also secured a record price on an apartment at 17 St Pancras Chambers, a historic, fascinating building in bustling Kings Cross.The firm is currently working on an extensive and diverse portfolio, which includes two-bedroom apartments priced at £2,300 per week, located at The Knightsbridge and above the Design Museum in Holland Green Place, Holland Park.Simon Welfare Co-Founder at Wilfords, said, “It’s been a very exciting start to the year here and increasingly we are finding that properties are letting in record times, achieving or exceeding asking price. Our local knowledge and personalised approach to customer service has ensured multiple repeat clients.“Our property management arm has also seen an upward trend with 40% of landlords using this service. We believe this more people are taking advantage of this opportunity to own a BTL property with minimal hassle in the light of further legislation being introduced.”www.wilfords.comTell us about your most exciting sale or let. Email [email protected] February 19, 2020Nigel LewisOne commentPossession Friend, Possession Friend Possession Friend 19th February 2020 at 12:03 pmI don’t believe this frankly!A survey by Carter Jonas [published today] reveals the top 10 wishes of tenants.Longer tenancies, an electrical certificate or a detrimental possession process to evict those that don’t want to pay their way, isn’t amongst Tenants Top 10 – strangely!This isn’t hard to understand when the EHS puts average tenancy length at over 4 years, and the longest on record, at a time when Govt are pandering to Tenant support groups, instead of actually what tenants want.By the way, I mean all tenants, not just the biased selection of the PRS by Govt – whether it’s because of their guilt for not building – providing – enough housing themselves, I’m not sure.Log in to ReplyWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
View Comments The TV starlet told Broadway BFF Jonathan Groff in the new issue of Teen Vogue that Glee creator Ryan Murphy has now officially obtained the rights to the show and that “we’re hoping to do that at some point.” Hey, did you know that Lea Michele wants to play Fanny Brice in Funny Girl on Broadway? Yeah, we thought so. The Glee star has definitely been vocal about her love of Barbra Streisand and the role that made her a star. She’s sang the show’s songs on the Tony Awards, on her hit Fox show and, well, anywhere she can. And her Glee character, Rachel Berry, is now actually STARRING as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl on TV. So what is all of this building up to? You guessed it: Lea Michele is Fanny Brice in Funny Girl on BROADWAY! OK, so it’s not exactly happening tomorrow. But it looks like it’s happening! Congrats, Lea! Dreams do come true. Is this the most perfect thing ever? Tell us your thoughts in the comments section below!
The man who stabbed tennis champion Petra Kvitova in her home in the Czech Republic has been sentenced to eight years in jail.Radim Zondra, 33, went to her flat in 2016 saying he needed to inspect the boiler. He then grabbed Kvitova from behind and held a knife to her throat.She suffered severe wounds to her left hand in the fight to free herself but returned to tennis five months later.Appearing at a regional court in Brno, Zondra denied all charges against him.Zondra, who is currently serving a prison sentence for another crime, was convicted of serious battery and illegal entry into Kvitova’s apartment.The 29-year-old player, who is currently the world number two, told the courtlast month there was “blood all over the place” after the December 2016 attack. She added that she had offered Zondra money to leave, eventually giving him 10,000 Czech crowns (£341; $440). The court has ordered him to pay this back.In her judgment, Judge Dagmar Bordovska said Kvitova’s testimony was credible, while witnesses who testified on behalf of Zondra were unreliable, CTK news agency reports.Although Zondra denied ever being in the tennis star’s home, prosecutors argued that DNA evidence and the positive identification from Kvitova meant he was guilty beyond all doubt.The two-time Wimbledon champion suffered damage to ligaments and tendons in her playing hand, and underwent a four-hour surgery.Doctors warned her at the time that her tennis career could be over and that she may even lose her fingers. Kvitova had to have surgery on her playing hand after the attack in December 2016However she returned to tennis in May 2017, following months of rehabilitation, and continued her successful career.Earlier this year she reached the Australian Open final, and is now in the US competing in the Miami Open. She will face Ashleigh Barty in the quarter-finals later on Tuesday.
One of the best mini-tournaments in BiH known as “FIS Gol” will take place next week in Sarajevo.A press conference was held on that occasion, and the organizers announced this mini-event.“We managed to organize this tournament, which was the strongest in the region, and we would not succeed without the help of the Municipality Centar and Mayor Nedzad Ajnadzic. We would also like to thank the Center for Sport and Recreation, the Ministry of Sport and Culture of Canton Sarajevo, the City of Sarajevo and many others. We are hoping that this will be a beginning of a beautiful story. We all know what this tournament meant for Sarajevo. When it comes to the organization, we really did our best,” said Dzenan Muminovic.The veteran teams announced numerous BH football talents, and among senior players are expected representatives in small football, both from our country and from the region.The tournament starts on Monday, August 6, and it will last until August 14. It will be played in accordance with the 5 + 1 system, and the prize is 10.000 BAM.(Source: D. B./Klix.ba)
Sagan Tosu forward Fernando Torres played the farewell match of his career yesterday against fellow J-league side, Andres Iniesta’s Vissel Kobe, and the latter honoured his former Spanish international teammate’s final 90 minutes on field with a goal and a spectacular volley. Soon after scoring from the penalty spot, the former Barcelona legend volleyed a marvellous lofted pass into the Sagan box, which ultimately found the back of the net by Junya Tanaka in the 22th minute. Watch the 35 year old’s incredible piece of work below, courtesy to Goal.com’s official Twitter. Nicknamed ‘El Niño’, Torres joined Tosu in 2018, after a two season returning spell at his boyhood club Atletico Madrid. The 35 year old four seasons each at Premier League rivals Liverpool and Chelsea, and even won the UEFA Champions League in 2012 with the Blues. Iniesta and Torres both were crucial members of the Spanish international squad that lifted the 2010 FIFA World Cup trophy, beating Netherlands in the final. The Ushies duo Hotaru Yamaguchi and Kyogo Furuhashi both were able to strike braces, as Kobe scored a total of 6 games in the match. Sagan Tosu were satisfied with just a single goal, and that also came in form of a same side by Kobe defender Thomas Vermaelen, another former Nou Camp player.Advertisement d9fkNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs6x9i2Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E6s7( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) z4idWould you ever consider trying this?😱5ok11tCan your students do this? 🌚7gdlqRoller skating! Powered by Firework Sagan Tosu forward Fernando Torres played the farewell match of his career yesterday against fellow J-league side, Andres Iniesta’s Vissel Kobe, and the latter honoured his former Spanish international teammate’s final 90 minutes on field with a goal and a spectacular volley.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Getty ImagesSoon after scoring from the penalty spot, the former Barcelona legend volleyed a marvellous lofted pass into the Sagan box, which ultimately found the back of the net by Junya Tanaka in the 22th minute.Watch the 35 year old’s incredible piece of work below, courtesy to Goal.com’s official Twitter.Advertisement Nicknamed ‘El Niño’, Torres joined Tosu in 2018, after a two season returning spell at his boyhood club Atletico Madrid.The 35 year old four seasons each at Premier League rivals Liverpool and Chelsea, and even won the UEFA Champions League in 2012 with the Blues.Iniesta and Torres both were crucial members of the Spanish international squad that lifted the Euro Cup twice in 2008 and 2012, and also the 2010 FIFA World Cup trophy, beating Netherlands in the final.The Ushies duo Hotaru Yamaguchi and Kyogo Furuhashi both were able to strike braces, as Kobe scored a total of 6 games in the match.Sagan Tosu were satisfied with just a single goal, and that also came in form of a same side by Kobe defender Thomas Vermaelen, another former Nou Camp player. Advertisement