Why we need property taxes
"This is the incredible staircase of a £3m '"forgotten" Georgian mansion which has gone on the market in the heart of London's East End. Built between July 1741 and October 1742, the spooky four-storey Malplaquet House has not been lived in since 1895 but has been restored by its current owners." On top of it, squatting has been criminalised now. This could have provided housing for lots of people for 120 years and the owner would still have made out like a bandit even if they burnt it to the ground.
Property prices in Britain may be surging due to a horrendous imbalance of supply and demand but the market is poised to implode. Why? Because Britons are not earning enough money to either get on the housing ladder or are spending such a large portion of their wages on mortgages that may not be sustainable.
"This is the most important voting decision any of us will make in our lifetime"
In this film, we see beyond facile arguments about house prices towards the real issues behind BREXIT. You can see very fast that regardless of the propaganda, BREXIT in the long run will result in more democracy, prosperity and resolution of issues such as the housing crisis.
Desperate times call for desperate measures
Underlying weakness in British economy may necessitate additional monetary stimulus,
Its not BREXIT, its a global deflationary slump, stupid. Of course, BREXIT would help encourage wage inflation and help lift the UK economy from its present malaise, but the globalists in charge will not tell you that, because it does not support their corporatist objectives..
Peter Schiff - Buying a house as an investment
Funniest Brexit article I've seen yet
But David Cox, the head of Arla, said tenants should not get too excited about rent falls, as buy-to-let landlords may quit the market en masse following a vote in favour of Brexit. "The fact that rent costs would face downward pressure is both a blessing and a curse. While renters should face fair and reasonable prices, landlords need to be able to at least break even on any outgoings they have, such as a mortgage. If demand eases to such an extent that landlords cannot recuperate costs, we'll likely see a mass exit from the market, which would then just have the opposite effect on demand as supply falls and we'd be back to square one." -- How could we possibly get by without all those landlords to help?