Why landlords won’t take LHA tenants – this brave tenant has gone public.

by Mary Latham

16:28 PM, 11th February 2012
About 7 years ago

Why landlords won’t take LHA tenants – this brave tenant has gone public.

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Why landlords won’t take LHA tenants – this brave tenant has gone public.

Government need to take note because this illness has reached epidemic proportions and, in my opinion, is the reason many private landlords are refusing to take tenants on benefits. If a cure is not found soon Shelter may need to build shelters to house sufferers. I know that it is not PC to suggest that people are isolated because of their unfortunate health problems but maybe it is time that sufferers were kept in a controlled environment to prevent further spread of this syndrome?

Perhaps Government could put in some funding and ask one of our excellent universities to carry out some research?



Comments

Mark Alexander

16:39 PM, 11th February 2012
About 7 years ago

You have a very wicked sense of humour Mary !!!

17:54 PM, 11th February 2012
About 7 years ago

Hilarious and it seems like the afflictions are spreading amongst the population at large!
Landlords watch out!!!?
At least when taxes are inevitably increased it will be nice to know that they are going to the more disadvantaged members of society like Doreeen!!!?
Now where it the Butlins brochure; as no way can I afford Barbados!!! on my pension.

Mark Reynolds

18:38 PM, 11th February 2012
About 7 years ago

Dear Doreen, I am very sorry to hear that you have found yourself in this awful position - Please accept my hard earned taxes as a gesture of good will and please do send a postcard from Barbados.

Now you do reminded me of someone Doreen, now who is it? mmmm (Strokes chin)

Eureka! I remember 🙂

Please pass my best wishes to your daughter (See picture of author) hahha!!!

Mary Latham

18:57 PM, 11th February 2012
About 7 years ago

Hahahahahahahaha Now that is really funny.  When I saw Doreens photograph above mine on this blog I thought OMG she looks just like me, same expression on her face and even her hoody is the same colour. Hahahahahahaha

Mark Alexander

20:21 PM, 11th February 2012
About 7 years ago

I feel so silly now, I really thought it was you Mary, I'll withdraw that Oscar nomination immediately LOL

Mary Latham

20:27 PM, 11th February 2012
About 7 years ago

I have just put LHA tenants into google and this article has come up on page one and yet this important article about LHA tenants does not.

http://www.property118.com/index.php/rents-to-be-frozen-from-april-2012/24055/

Landlords when you have finished laughing remember Doreen will not get an incease in her LHA rent until April 2012 but there is still time to increase the rates for new tenants. It is simple, for full details of how you can help to increase LHA rents follow the link above.

Mary Latham

20:38 PM, 11th February 2012
About 7 years ago

If she wasn't so ill I could have employed her as a double when I don't feel like attending a meeting. I wonder if people would notice that she is a yam yam and I am a Brummie - most people outside of the West Midlands don't know the difference

Mark Alexander

20:40 PM, 11th February 2012
About 7 years ago

Give it time Mary!

Try the same search and then click on Google News (left side of your screen. It is TOP of page one! Every journalist in the world who researches LHA Tenants will find this thread - LMAO

Mark Alexander

20:45 PM, 11th February 2012
About 7 years ago

Being a migrated Yam Yam, as you know, I thought you had put that accent on in my honour Mary. Yo aye arf a gud actor arrr kid.

Mary Latham

21:00 PM, 11th February 2012
About 7 years ago

A friend told me on Face Book that she thought it was my twin sister.  My twin sister will not be amused but the family will think its very funny.

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