Is there an easy way to find out which letting agent is responsible for letting this house?

(9 Posts)
DollyHead Fri 26-Jun-15 08:46:33

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DrinkFeckArseGirls Fri 26-Jun-15 08:47:57

Google the address, have look at right move for the old ad for the property.

Sunnyshores Fri 26-Jun-15 09:17:41

ring a few local ones and ask, most know each others business in a smaller town. Or ask their next door neighbours, they may have either seen a to let board or have the landlords contact numbers if he manages it himself.

wowfudge Fri 26-Jun-15 09:22:03

Have a look at the gov.uk Land Registry website. You can download the title register for £3 and find out who the actual owner is.

specialsubject Fri 26-Jun-15 10:03:03

the landlord can do nothing about this except not renew the tenancy. So they need to know but cannot evict for this alone.

You need to get on to the council as you would with any neighbours from hell.

one thing in your favour is that if they are 6 unrelated people, it is an HMO and so needs a licence in most parts of the country. So the council will know who the landlord is.

specialsubject Fri 26-Jun-15 10:03:18

ps the letting agent won't give a toss.

DollyHead Fri 26-Jun-15 10:15:00

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PeterParkerSays Fri 26-Jun-15 10:57:56

House of multiple occupancy

lotsofcheese Fri 26-Jun-15 11:06:22

Are you in Scotland, OP? If so, the LL should be registered with the local council on the LL-accreditation scheme & you should be able to find out using the Internet/contacting council.

Also in Scotland Landlords have responsibilities for tenants anti-social behaviour,.

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