Landlord Action Reviews
Newest Review: ... homeless" and they are therefore not eligible to be rehoused by the council. Landlord Action advised me after the court hearing that the tenants would most likely not leave after 14 days and that I would have to return to them for a Bailiff Order to physically remove them from the property. As expected, after 14 days, I advised Landlord Action that the tenants had not vacated the property, so I had to pay another fee to instruct the Bailiffs. After waiting another 3 months for the bailiffs to fit it into their schedule, Landlord Action were present at the property with the Bailiff and the tenant was finally evicted. At th... more
Customer Landlord Action Reviews (4)
by SG - written on 17/01/13
I had a problem tenant who just wasnt paying rent and wasnt leaving. Called Landlord Action, they were professional and fast. Help with all form filling and with 2 months we had the court case and the judge found in my favour. Professional service, great comminication and definitely value for money. Highly recommended.
by hagay - written on 12/12/12
I am handling a protfolio of 80 studio flats.I have used Landlord Action for the past three years to include number of court csses.From the initial contact the service is very professional and efficient. The required process is discussed and explained, the required forms are sent via email to speed up the process.I would highly recommend Landlords to use their services to avoid lenthy court csses.They also very efficieny with serving notices on tenants and providing reports to court as required.Simply studios
by edd - written on 03/12/12
I had problem tenants who refused to move out so I contacted Paul at Landlord Action. His response was very professional, reasonably priced and extremely effective. From first contact I knew that my case was being dealt with by professionals with a no nonsense approach.I strongly recommend this company.
by Jason Harris - written on 05/11/12
I rented out a flat in London Docklands to three tenants in Oct 2011. Within 2 months, they stopped paying the rent, with the main income earner moving out and leaving the other two tenants - neither of whom had a job - unable to pay the rent. The remaining two tenants were advised by the council to sit tight and not vacate the apartment until the landlord evicted them - which meant this would have to go to court to gain repossession of my property. After waiting the requisite 2 months to be able to serve a Section 21 notice, I commissioned Landlord Action to start proceedings to issue the correct notices to evict. This was done efficiently and as per my ... Read the complete review