Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Sorry, I had to post this

Into the sunset

I do not care if I will disappoint someone for the lack of intelligent content in this article. But this Times columnist has been the finest example of BTL speculation, which means stealing from the poor to give to the rich. Does not matter when it bursts, this housing shame has done irreversible damage to the fabric of the UK society in too many ways. Rosie, I hope you lose all your money (including the Times fees) in the biggest house market crash ever!

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10 thoughts on “Sorry, I had to post this

  • What’s up Rosie – can’t think of anything else good to say about the market? Good bye and good riddance.

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  • Sold my flat at a profit plus savings already in the bank, currently renting in the beautiful North Yorkshire countryside. Millard, I’m looking forward to ripping off your ilk as the housing market round here has already stagnated. And no, David20040_0 I’ve been watching the market round these parts for months…whereabouts am I? Well, that would be telling…

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  • She loves to call herself a pioneer, I think parasite would be more fitting, she is not producing anything or bringing money into the country, she is making money out of others life long (25 years plus) debt which is especially true of todays generation of FTB’s. Judging by her name she is a fifty something financially feeding on 20/30 somethings.

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  • David Smith's Sub Prime. . . says:

    Remember what I said about Karma Rosie. May you and your offspring forever live in Rachman style BTL’s…

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  • David Smith's Sub Prime. . . says:

    Some may wish that she ends up in the lead role in Cathy Come Home…

    The jury is out with me…

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  • Talking about a golden era of BTL, but her column just got dropped. Over, over, and over.

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  • The “hallelujah moment” for landlords was surely the 1996 Housing Act which introduced Assured Shorthold Tenancies. No longer did the landlord risk being stuck with a sitting tenant. The mortgage lenders saw this and spawned BTL.

    One line of the guileless presentation of this get rich quick scheme stands out; “It was also a national story, one that the entire country seemed to have taken to its heart, and from which hundreds of people benefited.”. The Times website has already attacted comment on this little gem.

    I would think that a regular column in the Times is not something readily given up. I “take to my heart” the fond notion that the Times has decided that the services of Rosie Millard are no longer required.

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  • Hundreds of people benefited at the expense of millions.
    Shame on you Rosie, shame on you Labour for letting this happen.
    This is “rent seeking” of the worst kind and has to be stopped! It is a drag on the real economy and recipe for disaster!

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  • The Times article tops the list of the most commented today
    I bet all comments are negative

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