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Evil Property Owners

Let’s say that you want to borrow a quarter of a million dollars. The bank has you fill out an application and checks your credit. Do you ever ask the bank to prove that they are nice guys?

As a property owner, when a person wants to borrow my $250,000 house, I have them fill out an application. If an applicant ever demanded that I do likewise, I would assume that he was going to be a major pain in the ass and toss his application in the trash. That, according to the article, means

As if you needed any more proof that landlordism is the scum of the earth (sorry not sorry), a TikToker has revealed the wild response he got when he asked a real estate agent for a landlord reference…

Good and normal system we have! Where you basically have to beg someone to live in their spare house! While knowing that as someone under the age of 50 you will never be able to buy one (1) house of your own!

So because she can’t manage to buy a house and I am willing to invest my savings and loan her one, that makes me ‘scum of the earth.’ She goes on to say:

Honestly, this is a fucking baller move and ten out of ten way to figure out if a future landlord is a raging anal blister instead of a human being.

No wonder she can’t manage to be responsible enough to buy a house, or even get the references needed to rent one.

I also Google my applicants. Kathleen Farmilo is never renting a house from this anal blister.

10 replies on “Evil Property Owners”

Idk. I kind of like that idea. What do you have to hide as a landlord? Seems fair. Asshole wont fix a damn thing. Wants to raise the rent cause college is in? Last tenant had a fucking pig in the back yard. Fuck that. People ought to know and it’s coming so sell or get ready.
And yes I do work for a large property management company in a college town for 10 years .

Fuck landlord scum. It’s all about the money so shut up and spend it or get out of the game fags.

You can go to the BBB and also go online and look at records regarding landlords. So Hedge above and others that don’t like landlords, landladies, and other renting agencies, well, there’s lots of room in the woods next to the other homeless.

I owned a house. Got jammed up financially and had to bail. Now I rent.

When I went to rent the apartment, it was easy. No apartments in a certain location, no multi-story apartments, drove around and looked at the properties, went on tours, checked stuff and made my decision, within my price range, in the correct section of town, not on a major roadway and, yes, I checked out the leasing agency.

Because that is the responsible thing to do.

And that’s the issue right there. Personal responsibility. Something that is being beaten out of people by our progressive betters.

My 23 year old just closed on her first house. My 19 year old is saving like mad to buy land in the coming crash. So all that BS of ” nobody can buy a house these days” is just a whiny excuse. As a former rental owner, I think the landlord should have 100% control of who they rent to, and what terms constitute removal. Best of luck getting those conditions met in this current climate.

I bought my first house when I was in my late 20’s. Lost it during my divorce. Rented for years. Then bought a house. Sold my stake in it, bought again.

If you want you can own. It requires making good choices.

When I was renting I sometimes had to take less than great choices. But my landlord was always good because we treated each other with respect. He knew I was taking care of his property and he knew if I called for a repair it was for a good reason.

I’ve had one bad rental experience. At University I was switching apartments at the end of the summer. I had a leave date of the first and a move in date of the 10th. Turned out that it was the same management and I couldn’t get an exception.

They didn’t want students switching apartments so they made it difficult. I had boxes in three friends rooms for those 10 days.

Considering that I’m just older than 50 and am 20 years into a 30 year mortgage…

Something’s amiss with their statement, “While knowing that as someone under the age of 50 you will never be able to buy one (1) house of your own!”

I don’t even have good credit.

Her profile indicates she’s an Aussie living in London, (a real trope) so she’s among the majority of people who will never own one (1) house THERE.
She’s a freelance journalist, so she may never earn enough to buy a house anywhere….To rectify that she needs to either pick a new career or work another job (when I was having difficulty making ends meet, I did additional jobs, tutoring, contract work etc. You do what you must.)
To blame others is the height of arrogance, and to imply that the property she wants to rent is somehow spare property is the height of ignorance.
As you point out there is nothing stopping her from checking the landlord’s standing with BBB or rental rating websites.

Exactly, she chose to take a poorly paid job in a VERY expensive area, then she complains she doesn’t have enough money.
She is also stupid enough to assume that the whole world is like what is immediately around her.
My wife and I watched a British realty show last night; this episode looked at cheaper houses outside London – I bet she could buy one of those and be only an hour train ride away.
But I’m sure she wants to live in Mayfair like a Princess and nothing less is acceptable, regardless of reality.

Property is theft.
Everything is a human right to be administered by enlightened unelected czars.
Some are more equal or more victim and will be getting first dibs on the redistribution in order to maintain the collective unity of the hiveborg.

Okay, TGLC, I am poor and lacking in assets. Please contact me to redistribute half of your assets to me.

Seriously, why do leftists, socialists and communists always want to redistribute everyone else’s wealth and properties, but never their own?

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