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Dyson Fury

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  1. Not this one though: https://www.property118.com/member/?id=362 If he's banned, does that mean he can't log in and delete it? https://www.property118.com/ipprs-report-borrowed-time-pure-fantasy-cynical-publicity-stunt/comment-page-2/#comments
  2. No that's not him. Moodie, not Moody. His landlordtoday profile has been deleted this morning!
  3. 660 all-time profile views in total yesterday evening. Another 284 since then.
  4. Still campaigning: https://www.property118.com/i-am-helping-a-telegraph-journalist/
  5. Problems for renters? Some mistake there surely? Poor Mr Moodie. See how sympathetic he is towards tenants from his comments on this landlord forum: https://www.landlordtoday.co.uk/breaking-news/2020/3/lru-release-template-letter-for-struggling-renters-to-send-to-their-landlords https://www.landlordtoday.co.uk/community/personal-profile/11735-jamie-moodie And who's this, further down the article? Yes, none other than...
  6. This is the key issue, which originally brought me to HPC some years ago. Check out the address on Google Street View. The road is not blocks of purpose-built student accommodation. But houses which were once fine family homes, now converted into HMO flophouses, with students crammed in like sardines. What were once stable city-centre communities of homeowners and tenants, families with children, young couples, elderly folk; replaced by students, living there for only one year, placing an impossible burden on street parking and local services; with local primary schools having no pupils from their original catchment area; and then the properties lie empty all summer like ghost towns. All financed by BTL interest-only mortgage debt with tax relief on the interest.
  7. Rishi Sunak's sole declaration on the Parliamentary register of interests is one flat in London (registered June 2015, immediately he became an MP). You can't tell from the Register how long he has owned it, or whether he rents it out or uses it himself (not unreasonable for an MP whose constituency is is Yorkshire). But he does not have a BTL portfolio. https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmregmem/200210/sunak_rishi.htm
  8. The proposed 3% stamp duty surcharge on overseas buyers was the initiative of Rishi Sunak during his stint as Chief Secretary to the Treasury. https://www.mortgageintroducer.com/conservatives-pledge-3-stamp-duty-surcharge-for-overseas-buyers/ Now that he is Chancellor of the Exchequer, might he be minded to introduce some significant policies concerning BTL stamp duty and tax reliefs on mortgage interest? Possibly even in his first budget on March 11. It could be opportune to send him some concise, well-argued letters along these lines (I am sure he is already receiving long, ranty letters arguing the opposite case...) His contact email address as an MP, as listed on https://members.parliament.uk/member/4483/contact is rishi.sunak.mp@parliament.uk I cannot find a dedicated email address for the Chancellor of the Exchequer, but the postal address for a physical letter is Chancellor of the Exchequer HM Treasury 1 Horse Guards Road London SW1A 2HQ
  9. At the end of the Telegraph article, it points out something that I'd overlooked. The proposed 3% stamp duty surcharge on overseas buyers was the initiative of Rishi Sunak during his stint as Chief Secretary to the Treasury. https://www.mortgageintroducer.com/conservatives-pledge-3-stamp-duty-surcharge-for-overseas-buyers/ Now that he is Chancellor of the Exchequer, might he be minded to introduce some significant policies concerning BTL stamp duty and tax reliefs on mortgage interest? Possibly even in his first budget which is scheduled for March 11. It could be opportune to send him some concise, well-argued letters along these lines (I am sure he is already receiving long, ranty letters arguing the opposite case...) His contact email address as an MP, as listed on https://members.parliament.uk/member/4483/contact is rishi.sunak.mp@parliament.uk I cannot find a dedicated email address for the Chancellor of the Exchequer, but the postal address for a physical letter is Chancellor of the Exchequer HM Treasury 1 Horse Guards Road London SW1A 2HQ
  10. Telegraph wishlist for Mr Sunak's first budget. Includes a whingeing landlord who owns 60 properties in Rotherhithe, south London, (not in a company structure of course), moaning about having to pay income tax on his rental income. The obvious implication being that full tax relief on mortgage interest should be restored for BTLers. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/consumer-affairs/fix-pensions-death-tax-stamp-duty-plea-new-chancellor/ I've made a start in the comments. Aux keyboards, citoyens!
  11. Found it! https://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?/topic/205642-btl-scum-regrouping-and-on-the-offensive-merged/&do=findComment&comment=1102950282
  12. What happened to that .gif of Busta giving the Vulcan salute? Anybody still got a copy?
  13. You are Tory Land Price Riggers and I claim £10. 8-))
  14. Spot of trouble for Fergus here: https://www.kentonline.co.uk/maidstone/news/property-tycoons-house-burgled-207589/ He somehow seems to know the nationality of the burglar, so it's a bit surprising he doesn't know his identity? Maybe the burglar waved his passport in front of a CCTV camera?
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