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Landlords' Licence Deadline Looms

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Thats just HMO's in England. In Scotland, we have taken it further so anyone who rents even a room out needs to be on the landlords register with their local authority. ;-))

Scotland leading again!

Cant wait for smoke free pubs and clubs later this month ;-((

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The sooner these BTL muppets are put off investing, the sooner rates can drop & rents can rise at the same time.....

:D

Intead rates are going up and rents are taking a nose dive :o . Funny old world we live in where landlords want to throw money away :lol: .

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Intead rates are going up and rents are taking a nose dive :o . Funny old world we live in where landlords want to throw money away :lol: .

Actually, someone posted today something like: "whats 100k over a lifetime?" What an idiot.

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Keep it up, it's throw away comments like yours that give the youngn's hope......

That's rich coming from someone who has helped create the bubble that has put houses out of reach!

On compassionate grounds, here's someone you can call TTRTR when your BTL goes tits up.

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ARLA and RICS have reported rapid inflation in rents, not deflation.

And the prediction is that rents will rise rapidly as more and more people are priced out of the market. A further prediction is that cash rich businesses will begin to buy up residential properties. Tesco's are already setting up a property arm to do just that.

So I would not start celebrating till the fat lady sings.

I think this recession is going to be much much different than the last. As we have just had a labour Government that has pushed the gap between have's and have nots much much further apart than I thought possible.

Public Service workers in non jobs on local councils at 150K per annum, and workers in private industry on minimum wage, pushed even lower by immigrant workers.

Sorry, the future is going to be a nation of renters, and ownership will go back to the ruling classes. The difference is the ruling classes are the Socialist Cronies and political Elite.

BTW, 350K corruption payment and she is still in offfice. Speaks Volumes!!!!.

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ARLA and RICS have reported rapid inflation in rents, not deflation.

And the prediction is that rents will rise rapidly as more and more people are priced out of the market. A further prediction is that cash rich businesses will begin to buy up residential properties. Tesco's are already setting up a property arm to do just that.

I can't see how there could be rent inflation near me.I f my LL tries to raise the rents I'll just up and move next door.

As for Tesco homes....Didn't some of the Building Societies try this before the last crash.I seem to remember Nationwide BS opening and closing an Estate Agency in the late 80's early 90's.

Peter Lynch refers to it as "diworsification".The whole is worth less than the sum of the parts.

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Sorry, the future is going to be a nation of renters, and ownership will go back to the ruling classes.

Yeah, right. And politicians' heads won't be on spikes across Westminster Bridge if that happens.

The British people may have been docile for the last century or so, but that will change rapidly if they see they have no future and nothing left to lose. Mortgages have been one of the greatest contributors to that docility.

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Landlords who let homes to more than one household will soon need to be licensed by their local authorities.

This is one thing I don't understand, why only homes let to more than one household? I can see departments like the Inland Revenue and those associated with housing being very interested in such information (for tax/planning reasons)

Is this a stop gap before all landlords have to be licensed by local authorities?

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This is one thing I don't understand, why only homes let to more than one household? I can see departments like the Inland Revenue and those associated with housing being very interested in such information (for tax/planning reasons)

Is this a stop gap before all landlords have to be licensed by local authorities?

In Scotland, all private landlords must register with their local authority before April 6 2006. (Private landlord is anyone deemed to rent a room in their house upwards....)

Better Renting Scotland

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The new legislation is coming into force to push out rogue landlords and turn what is going to be the new economy into a more proffessional organisation.

Socialist Governments frown on ownership, they promote the renting classes for the simple reason they are in control of the populas and that is the cornerstone of Socialism.

I reckon in two decades home ownership will be a thing of the past. The few will own the masses.

It happened in previous centuries with land ownership, and housing. I think this is what the future is going to be.

This government have actively encouraged the citizens to take on huge personal loans for tuition and everything else. We are constantly told we must put 25% of our earnings away for pensions, and legislation is due on that to become compulsory. The NHS has started charging, and that will grow further.

It is obvious to me where we are all heading. A population that starts out with huge debts, rents for a lifetime working hard to repay the debts, and getting to old age and again being taxed for saving.

Homeownership under the Commies is going to be a thing of the past

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The sooner these BTL muppets are put off investing, the sooner rates can drop & rents can rise at the same time.....

:D

Damn right, I concur..

Infact I can see no other result..

what is really cool is that they demolish every house, no longer rented out..

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Damn right, I concur..

Infact I can see no other result..

what is really cool is that they demolish every house, no longer rented out..

Where do they do that........Bulgaria?. Or is it in former Yugoslavia.

Its certainly not in the UK.

If a house in the UK is demolished you can be sure that 20 rabbit hutch flats will go up shortly after.

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