Saturday June 6, 2020

'We need to talk about rents'

A surge in landlord-tenant disputes illustrates the extent of a calamitous rental problem

20th September, 2017
'Government needs a plan for renters.'

There are so many property-related crises that it if difficult to keep count.

We have a homelessness crisis that is both profoundly sad and sadly profound.

We have a housing crisis, whereby we can’t even quantify how much demand outstrips supply because the government has no idea how many houses have actually been built in recent years.

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