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  • In the Spotlight

    Shelter not so anti-landlord after all ... ?

    With Shelters liberal use of Actors to portray Tenants suffering at the hands of Landlords, its difficult to believe anything they say.

    and lets not forget their Allegiance is to defaulting Tenants in throwing their wasted Millions in charitable donations, to fighting their case against a Landlords rightful Possession claim.

    Whilst I agree with whisperer, their focus on building more homes, instead of attacking Private Landlords who are doing just that, lets not forget their this week calling on the new Government ministers to keep up the abolition of Section 21.

    They want to run with the Fox and the Hounds, or as someone else put it, a wolf in sheep's clothing.

    If Shelter's aim is to ease Homelessness, their not going about it the right way.

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    Vanessa, did Shelter get in touch with you directly about this? Did they ask you to share their campaign on PT?

    Nothing wrong with that of course!

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    The UK's largest letting agent. No admin fees for tenants, first listing free for landlords!

    Proud OpenRenter, reluctant lead tenant.

    No, Shelter did not get in touch with me.  I saw it on social media and thought it a story worth sharing.

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    Thanks Vanessa. Always interested in how these things work Smile  

    Interesting that Shelter are now actively putting resources into a campaign called Landlords For Good.

    Are they trying to convince more landlord to 'be good' (which would be quite patronising)? Or are they trying to undo some of the negative public image of landlords (that they have helped create)?

    Or something else I have not thought of?

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    The UK's largest letting agent. No admin fees for tenants, first listing free for landlords!

    Proud OpenRenter, reluctant lead tenant.

    No, they’re promoting their antilandlord agenda, they’re creating an image of what ,in their belief ,a good landlord should be, once you get this idealised image into the public domain it instantly means that any landlord not acting in this “shelter approved” manner is a bad / socially irresponsible landlord.

    So just about all landlords become a target rather than just the real “rogues”.
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