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Topic: Re:Will Labour's rent cap backfire on tenants?
Posted by: Vanessa Smith
Date/Time: 05/05/15 09:20:00

Why is it that rent control that works practically all over the world for privately rented properties is deemed a no-no here? With the latest estimate that you need to be earning a salary of 77,000 p.a. to be able to afford to buy and that's with a 10% deposit, something has to be done, and quickly, to help people get a truly affordable roof over their heads.


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Will Labour's rent cap backfire on tenants?05/05/15 08:40:00 Chris Lucy
   Re:Will Labour's rent cap backfire on tenants?05/05/15 09:20:00 Vanessa Smith
      Re:Re:Will Labour's rent cap backfire on tenants?05/05/15 09:43:00 Chris Lucy
         Re:Re:Re:Will Labour's rent cap backfire on tenants?05/05/15 10:50:00 Vanessa Smith
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Will Labour's rent cap backfire on tenants?05/05/15 14:51:00 James Weatherley
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Will Labour's rent cap backfire on tenants?05/05/15 15:19:00 Nigel Brooks
   Desperate spin05/05/15 10:34:00 Thomas Barry
      Re:Desperate spin05/05/15 10:42:00 Richard Greenhough
         Re:Re:Desperate spin05/05/15 11:02:00 Chris Lucy
            Re:Re:Re:Desperate spin05/05/15 12:14:00 Lorne Gifford
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Desperate spin05/05/15 12:24:00 Sam Hearn
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Desperate spin05/05/15 12:29:00 Charles Campbell
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Desperate spin05/05/15 16:53:00 Lou Valdini
   Re:Will Labour's rent cap backfire on tenants?05/05/15 15:01:00 James Holmes-Siedle
      Re:Re:Will Labour's rent cap backfire on tenants?05/05/15 15:15:00 William Luckman
      Re:Re:Will Labour's rent cap backfire on tenants?05/05/15 15:20:00 Adrian Irving
         Re:Re:Re:Will Labour's rent cap backfire on tenants?05/05/15 15:37:00 Charles Campbell
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Will Labour's rent cap backfire on tenants?05/05/15 16:59:00 James Holmes-Siedle

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