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Season 4 / Episode 8 and airs on 31 May 2018 19:00
The show is a documentary series in which cameras follow the victims and villains of the buy-to-let boom.
A Yorkshire landlord has to call in the eviction specialists to remove tenants from a house. Music businessman Donovan hasn't received any rent for seven months from his tenants and his costs are spiralling out of control. The courts find in his favour. When he finally does get his property back, he makes an disturbing discovery.
A retired secretary has to visit her tenant in prison in order to retake possession of her buy-to-let flat. Elsewhere in Manchester, a mother looks to a housing charity for help when she believes the property she is renting is making her kids ill.
Property developer Alex calls in an eviction specialist after finding that he could be arrested if he attempts to oust squatters from a derelict pub he purchased. In Peterborough, the Council receive a complaint from a family threatened with an illegal eviction. Meanwhile, a woman regrets letting her flat to a mother and daughter after trouble with late rent payments turned into a nightmare.
After her tenant claimed that the property was full of damp, a landlord gets a shock when she finally gets inside to inspect the damage. And a landlord's son has to deal with unruly tenants when his father passes away.
Documentary series about the victims and villains of the buy-to-let boom. After moving abroad for work, a landlord discovers that his tenants have left him over £20,000 behind with his mortgage, and the developers of an old swimming pool in Bristol discover that they are liable for the electricity that the building's squatters have been using.
Documentary series about the victims and villains of the buy-to-let boom. Catching up with some of the featured cases in the series including Les who had been forced to sleep on his sofa for two months and 70-year-old Joan whose tenants refused to go quietly.
Documentary series about the victims and villains of the buy-to-let boom. Joy thought she had found the perfect tenant to let her house to while she volunteered at an African orphanage, but discovered that her house was being rented out room-by-room as a boutique hotel. A couple expecting their first baby face dreadful damp, and a former barber is owed more than £3000 in rent.
Kellie owes five months' rent and refuses to leave unless the bailiffs arrive. Arvydas is quite happy living in his garden shed. Simon wanted to sell his house post-breakup, but the tenants are still there five years later.
Rose lost her job and had to rent out her house, but then the tenant stopped paying rent. Selina and Lee moved to the US and let out their UK home, but now they have to go to court. When Harpreet returns to his property, he finds it has been stripped bare. Michale and his parents have been living with a life-threatening mold problem.
Kate's tenants became anti-social, and now they are suing her for trying to evict them. Dhiren bought a flat that already had a tenant, but the moment he did, she stopped paying rent. After a health scare, Tim wants to sell his property, but his tenant refuse to leave.
Claie and Simon have found their home occupied by a complete stranger who says he heard about it on Gumtree. Hamza has been locked out of his own house after doing a favour for a friend. Claud's tenant won't take his calls or open her door, leaving him 30k in debt.
Catching up with some of the tenants and landlords from the first series, including a couple who purchased a building in which they hoped to establish a charity for vulnerable children, that became overrun by squatters.
Catching up with some of the previously featured tenants and landlords. Lesley and Mark's tenant turned out to be a con artist scamming students. Ben investigates an unlicensed boarding property in Deptford. Nicholas finally returns to his house only to find it booby-trapped.
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