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Lbc Discussing Landlord Tax - 4Pm Today

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LL rings up to boast. He has a few properties and when asked says he can't remember - around 55. Then goes on to say that no FTB would want these. He buys up old ones and then does them up. His daughter has just bought her first property and it is somewhere hard to buy "in the south". So that means that "anyone who wants to be on the property ladder can be. She "worked hard for it" as he did,,

It wasn't properly answered to and the host appeared to agree

I switched off

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Can't believe some people. Some guy just rang in to say don't punish the landlords because they provide BTL properties keeping rents down, and if they are hit too hard then they will sell & cause a big lack of rental properties. What the actual F. The BTL phenomenon has caused rents to increase massively. The the point today where they are trying to squeeze hard working families for £1400+ a month for a pokey flat... And the properties don't suddenly dissapear when landlords sell up. It's unbelievable how they are so deluded.

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....Said Gordons Brown fault....trashed the pensions... so forced people buy property to rent with debt.....easy capital growth and rental income is now the new pension.......the only reason why collecting homes. :wacko:

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