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Rocky2000

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  1. Yes I would love you to. i haven’t been able to find them because they are being hidden, but if you think you can then go ahead. all we know so far is getting idea from other countries similar positions to the UK and in the UK last month (May) was that survey that showed over 50% of Landlords reported either reduced or no payment from their tenants
  2. Wow numbers coming showing how many tenants are now in default..... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25UiYzSRjRM
  3. Yes painful solutions to all these problems this applies not just to property but the entire global financial system it was inevitable to collapse and now this pandemic is the perfect painful solution to this enormous problem
  4. I’m pro free markets property is manipulated as much as silver and it’s about to end greedy LLs have had their day, the entire financial system is going to collapse and many things will change
  5. I wonder how many tenants have been issued notice during this time? I would guess not many in all the confusion the three months doesn’t start until official notice given and only then will the process start, and there is going to be a massive backlog once the courts open again. even before this crisis it could take several months even years to get tenants out. Now it’s going to take even longer.
  6. Seems like some people don't like hearing the realities. Even posting i never said that and they won't be laughing if their tenants turn sh-it-ty on them. Absolutely six gun. Many just don’t like hearing the truth so go on the offensive and ridicule I’m not saying the way things should be or not I’m just saying the things are the way things are right now you don’t have to your rent and won’t be evicted for maybe two years or more
  7. It’s now been extended to after September 30 only then will the process be allowed to start trying to evict all these tenants not paying rents the backlog is massive when the courts start again, it could be a year or two before the LL gets their property back, and thousands and thousands in legal fees as well as years of lost rents, and as often happens if tenants not happy with LL they smash the place the day they eventually leave
  8. It’s now been extended to after September 30 only then will the process be allowed to start trying to evict all these tenants not paying rents the backlog is massive when the courts start again, it could be a year or two before the LL gets their property back, and thousands and thousands in legal fees as well as years of lost rents, and as often happens if tenants not happy with LL they smash the place the day they eventually leave
  9. On the contrary many stack silver as a protective measure against financial catastrophe as we are facing on a global scale right now
  10. I’m not advocating any such thing this is just the way things are, tenants unhappy with the LL useually Smash the place up have you ever seen an episode of nightmare tenants, landlords from helll on ITV?
  11. Yes over 50% of Land lords reported defaults since the crisis started. How many of those are private or commercial we don’t know. but all the commercial places have no income all this time and are expected to keep paying rents?.. mind you same could be said for private tenant....
  12. The way things should be and the way they are two different things. yes criminals are getting away with manipulating silver, the crime in progress is still happening yes tenants don’t have to pay rent and they can’t be evicted right now yes smart LLs are offering huge sums of cash to tenants to keep them happy and not to damage the property
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