It’s good to hear others ask what is clearly an important question. Finally someone’s fighting the tenant’s corner.
Shouldn’t any responsible government be looking into this?
I wonder, where letting agents fit in on the government priority list? The one which probably includes Pedogate, Car-Insurancegate (this is more of a pretension than a real inquiry, i think), Hackgate (see previous bracketed comments) and others. I wonder whether letting agents are on the list at all, even though a good number of economists (and loads of non-economists) pretty much agree that there is a housing bubble in some parts of the UK…
- IMF warns UK government over housing bubble risk
- Britain’s economy is dangerously imbalanced – just look at the London property bubble
- Five signs the London property bubble is reaching unsustainable proportions