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J Private tenant
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In "your day" Paul, houses were hopefully cheaper, in "your day" you could get university grants to get a good job to buy one. Then when the government steals your pension contributions you can let one or two out to give your self an income in old age thankfully. But in my day paul, i work hard. I went to a top ten redbrick and got student loans so my parents didnt have to remortgage. I also worked so i didnt have to take out too many. Then i eventuallg got a good job. But i had to move to diffrent citys to climb the ladder. I dont have a financed car, i do have a good job. My rent is 40% of my well paying jobs monthly salary. Because well paying jobs are usually in big citys and the rent is expensive. Not spending money on a flash car means i live in that city and cycle to work. I am finacially savy thankfully, and thankfully working people can pay the rents so people like you get to be a landlord and have something for there old age. My little bit of advice to you is to be gratefull for some tenants as you seem to be chewing on the hand that is feeding you Paul. As a tenant i like to think that my rental contributions help older people have a standard of life they deserve after allot of them lost their pention contributions after working hard all their life they desserve it. Do recognise allot of this generation of tenants have been put behind to pick up the peices. I hope you dont inflate too much, and i hope you are mindfull of these tenants who are paying for your internet connection. :)

From: J Private tenant 27 April 2020 21:09 PM

J Private tenant
In "your day" Paul, houses were hopefully cheaper, in "your day" you could get university grants to get a good job to buy one. Then when the government steals your pension contributions you can let one or two out to give your self an income in old age thankfully. But in my day paul, i work hard. I went to a top ten redbrick and got student loans so my parents didnt have to remortgage. I also worked so i didnt have to take out too many. Then i eventuallg got a good job. But i had to move to diffrent citys to climb the ladder. I dont have a financed car, i do have a good job. My rent is 40% of my well paying jobs monthly salary. Because well paying jobs are usually in big citys and the rent is expensive. Not spending money on a flash car means i live in that city and cycle to work. I am finacially savy thankfully, and thankfully working people can pay the rents so people like you get to be a landlord and have something for there old age. My little bit of advice to you is to be gratefull for some tenants as you seem to be chewing on the hand that is feeding you Paul. As a tenant i like to think that my rental contributions help older people have a standard of life they deserve after allot of them lost their pention contributions after working hard all their life they desserve it. Do recognise allot of this generation of tenants have been put behind to pick up the peices. I hope you dont inflate too much, and i hope you are mindfull of these tenants who are paying for your internet connection. :)

From: J Private tenant 27 April 2020 20:33 PM

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