Landlords Alliance – Emergency Euro Elections Statement21:09 PM, 21st May 2019
About 4 days ago 70
The Banker is back, this time he’s trying to upset by hoisting us by our own petard – he’s asking the question “should missed mortgage payments be a criminal offence.”
Is his last anonymous correspondence with Property118 readers The Banker caught our attention with the title “The Property Boom of 2012” and then went on to tell us all why we are doomed. His message this time around is no more friendly either. However, I’ve published his ramblings yet again as some might feel there are some pertinent homes truths in his arrogant musings! We can also say pretty much whatever we like to an anonymous banker as he can’t possibly take legal action for defamation as he is anonymous LOL.
The Bankers says:-
“The naivety of some landlords astounds me, I read your comments for amusement, sometimes the comments posted on your Property118 website are so childish they ought to be published as a comic.
Why on earth should missed rent payment be a criminal offence?
Why should landlords be able to bypass the court systems to repossess somebody’s home just because they have missed a few rent payments?
These are YOUR readers desires – not mine!
I intend to demonstrate to you how pathetic your arguments and justification are by presenting the flip side of the argument.
For all you landlords borrowing money, stretching your finances too far and crying out for the rules to be changed just think about this ….
Who is taking the the lions share of the risk?
YES! It’s the bank isn’t it?
And yet you landlords get to keep any rental profits and you also get to keep 100% of the capital appreciation.
I’d say that’s unfair, and there’s enough there to convince me that providing mortgages to landlords is a terrible investment.
However, if you want your rules to be put in place, consider what mine would be.
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