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The Handsome Horse
The Handsome Horse
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1 month ago

Good morning. My first post. RLA/then NRLA member since 2015. Wondering if any of you managed to take a look at the Labour Party Commission on the PRS. I did and it froze my blood. Selling the property is no grounds for giving notice; decarbonisation (well, someone's going to make money here); code of practice for landlords - but heaven forbid, not the tenants. This fee, and that fee, with possible localalised rent freezes or controls. All that's missing is tenants leaving of their own volition nominating family members or "close friends" to take over the contract, which actually used to happen back in the day. I foresee the age of the compulsory landlord and/or the decimation of the "amateurs" with one or two rental properties. Let's see what's in the manifesto, assuming they hold to it. 

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