There was no option for zero stars so I've had do make do. He's got a few kids at uni age at the time of writing and it shows, patronising and with no grasp of sense expect unnecessary lectures to be a staple and for even the briefest of conversations to seemingly last hours. He is dismissive and stubborn to the point of it being twistedly commendable so expect any complaints you have to be met with either condescending denial or to be outright told that you're wrong regardless of the testimony of your fellow lodgers (yes lodgers not tenants, because having you as a tenant would allow you more rights). He is a strange form of coward, and will try being friendly at first in an effort to convince you too overlook his sheer incompetence at managing a house, but anger him and he will resort to intimidation dressed up in formality to try to assure you he has the upper hand. I cannot rate this landlord any worse and cannot stress how much he is to be avoided, it was only for sake of brevity this section of the review is not a published novel.