Property Wannabee

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Sunday 25th May 2014


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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 9

Property Wannabee

9:30 AM, 11th November 2017
About 2 years ago

Annual house prices increase 4.5% and continue affordability concerns

The contradictory media reports are because the media and their ilk can't see past watford hence brexit.

I think London will fall further as due to the taxes on overseas owners hitting the top of the market and the new rules on rental coverage for mortgages hits the BTL end of the market.... Read More

Property Wannabee

20:32 PM, 4th November 2017
About 2 years ago

Iain Duncan Smith Has Spoken Out For Landlords

I know not related to the current tone of the post - but no landlord ever votes for anyone other than tory so threatening a loss f votes won't work. Questions need to be targeted at things the tories care about - being seen to resolve the housing shortage and ensuring profits are taxed . Sorry just my opinion - less than 5% of landlord will vote labour - they all think corbyn is going to regulate rents.... Read More

Property Wannabee

19:24 PM, 4th November 2017
About 2 years ago

Iain Duncan Smith Has Spoken Out For Landlords

1) Are the government skewing the market from small landlords to the corporates through their different tax treatments?
2) Do they think the corporates will resolve the housing shortage?
3) Will the govt ensure that the profits received by these corporates are adequately taxed and not used to offset losses from other losses (especially the insurance and pension industries)... Read More

Property Wannabee

22:44 PM, 24th June 2017
About 2 years ago

Iain Duncan Smith Has Spoken Out For Landlords

Reply to the comment left by "david porter" at "24/06/2017 - 20:55":

Landlords carry no political clout and no media clout - they will always vote tories. This is just like the self employed / contractors voting tory in the hope of getting rid of IR35. The tories took the policy and doubled down enforcing contractors in the public sector to go through stringent checks and introducing the dividend tax to make the contractor gig less profitable.

The politico class give not a shit for the landlords - they'd rather the whole industry in the hands of big corporate friends who provide big party donations and future non-exec directorships for the politicians who greased their success.... Read More

Property Wannabee

19:54 PM, 24th June 2017
About 2 years ago

Iain Duncan Smith Has Spoken Out For Landlords

Reply to the comment left by "philip allen" at "24/06/2017 - 13:47":

There is no hope of repeal of S24. Landlords voted for tories en masse in 2010 and 2015 and fro brexit in 2016. Made your bed etc..

Once a new tax is implemented it is never repealed.

This is just the start of the squeeze - landlords have no friends in the media nor the public... Read More