Should landlords have the right to refuse DSS tenants?10:43 AM, 20th May 2019
About 4 weeks ago 124
The European Elections are on us next week. If you wish to exercise a Protest Vote then do so with care.
If you wish to not vote for the Party you normally vote for that is one vote less for that Party! However, if you vote for another major party you could well jumping out of the frying pan into the fire! Both the Major Parties have got it wrong!
The Conservatives (supposedly the party of the landlord) have sold Landlord’s Down the River thinking it will be a vote winner.
Well after the 2017 General Election it was very clear the Tory Party does not have a monopoly on getting it right. It seems it has learnt nothing. The Tory Party pinched the Labour Party’s idea on scraping Section 21 Notices.
Both parties failed to realise that it would result in a mass exodus of landlords from the Private Sector and would result in homelessness. Where are these tenants going to live? I still have a good number of tenants living in houses I purchased “off plan” over 15 years ago. Where are they to go?
The major parties have failed to understand that it is not a vote winner, but a vote loser. The tenants will side with landlords.
The Conservatives have become Labour in Wolf’s clothing. Be very clear where this is all going!
It is back to pre 1989 where there was no such animal as the Assured Shorthold Tenancy. You only had Regulated, Statutory or Assured tenancies which mean a life time tenancy.
The only way to attract investors was to bring in the AST
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