Owners are not taken into account. My son is a good owner for his students. However, his 3 houses represent his main income, which takes care of his interests, even if you have a mortgage vacation, does he still have to live, so how can he simply release the 14 students from their contracts without penalty and return their deposits? What will he live on!! Is someone who looks at this from the owners` point of view!! Ineffective in repaying and modifying the lease without my consent, !!!!!! While the payment of study funding for the third semester has been confirmed, we know that this will not be enough for most students to cover their probably extorted rent – and many students do not support the funding of the studies at all, and many do not receive payment for the 3rd term. The owners become rich??? My husband and I have several HMO properties that we rent to students. I can assure you that we are barely rich! Your argument is totally one-sided and that, from your point of view, I can really understand, but your comment is absolutely shameful, without thinking of people like us who are on the bread line with your one-sided vision! Utilities will not stop claiming payments because our students have moved. The broadband contract will not stop and we will have to keep paying. I still have to pay a monthly fee to the real estate agent to get the property, although it is empty now. I still have to pay my bills at home with my small public pension. It`s also important that HMOs students have access to clear health information and advice – we can`t expect individual owners to provide this. Here you will find information on what to do if a tenant or someone has symptoms in the common household and we want universities, local authorities and governments to do everything in their power to ensure that tenants have access to it. The government must also advise homeowners on the suitability of activities such as repairs, cleaning, inspections, visits, etc.
Many students in the broader private rental sector may also have to stay in their property and survive their temporary lease. The NEIs are calling on the government to ban all evictions for all tenants during the crisis – but in any case, universities and UUS must work together to ensure tenants have access to a trained housing advisor and/or legal advice. University of London Housing Services have useful FAQs on their website. A good first step might be to name universities that have not yet told students that they are giving up rents. London South Bank University is one of them. There is a great reputational risk for institutions that do not play fairly by their students if the next registration considers their options. Yes, a month`s notice for a rolling contract at the end of a rental period, the same applies to most contracts, students are not treated differently and draw hasty conclusions. In my experience, it is the parents who pay the rent, and these parents receive the help from the state, so in most cases the chain must continue.
the government helps parents through subsidies and wage assistance, parents continue to pay rent, landlords continue to pay mortgages/feed their families, and banks continue to lend. If there are extreme circumstances, a payment plan would be useful and/or a discount, simply moving away from contracts is simply unfair. What if some students want to stay in houses? Would it be fair to tell these students to leave under the circumstances, to isolate themselves? We don`t all like to pay for something we don`t use, there could be a lot of examples, but here common sense is needed and not just a selfish attitude, there are a lot of consequences, just not paying. . . .