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Bbc Inside Out South West - Benefit Cut And Effect On Tenant/landlord


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http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00vhd2v/Inside_Out_South_West_18_10_2010/

The landlord says rental price is determined by supply and demand and there is plenty of demand. Tenants don't think landlord will cut rent

and feel it is unfair to force him to move to somewhere cheaper. Interestingly, the tenant is trading as a fortune teller and not sure if he saw this coming...

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00vhd2v/Inside_Out_South_West_18_10_2010/

The landlord says rental price is determined by supply and demand and there is plenty of demand. Tenants don't think landlord will cut rent

and feel it is unfair to force him to move to somewhere cheaper. Interestingly, the tenant is trading as a fortune teller and not sure if he saw this coming...

Perhaps more likely, landlord cannot afford to drop price, yet landlord cannot afford an empty property either. Landlord thinks new tennants will appear out of thin air from a magical wonderland because they were 'waiting to rent????' and save his ass(ets), but secretly knows his days may be numbered and the property may be foreclosed. When the government stop the gravy train then it will be interesting to see the last decades landlords lose their shirts. I doubt it will be all that many, but there will be some cracking stories of poor mr. landlord lost it all.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk...est_18_10_2010/

The landlord says rental price is determined by supply and demand and there is plenty of demand. Tenants don't think landlord will cut rent

and feel it is unfair to force him to move to somewhere cheaper. Interestingly, the tenant is trading as a fortune teller and not sure if he saw this coming...

he is right others will take up the slack

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There actually seems to be a fair amount of demand for rental stuff around our way at the moment. I think it's because all the landlords are trying to sell up. This is what's dragging the sales market down. after a while I suspect they'll give up and go back to dragging the rental market down again.

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He had better get a job then, lazy sod. Home tutoring his daughter - what a prat. Why do the BBC always find a dick like this to illustrate their lefty views.

Well enough to tutor his daughter but not able to work, chuck him out.

I think you'll find he does work, he's a fortune teller! :lol:

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