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Better Renting Jun 12
Amazing win for the NY tenant movement to resist unfair rent increases.
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Better Renting Jun 11
Renting is bad enough for younger Australians. Sad to think of a growing number of retirees pushed into private renting. All these people deserve stable, affordable, liveable homes.
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Better Renting Jun 11
Why do governments let this happen to people? Older private renters struggling with loneliness.
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Better Renting Jun 10
Redfern's Aboriginal community has been displaced by gentrification and rising rents.
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Shelter SA Jun 11
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Kate Colvin Jan 23
A shout out to people living in hot box housing or in the heat. We urgently need minimum standards for rentals and new housing construction so homes can be maintained at safe temperatures AND more so everyone has a home!
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Tommy Cordery Jan 27
Replying to @Victoria_Spratt
Luv u 2 hun
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Better Renting Jun 12
Welcome to where lower rents is a "negative impact".
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LPR Apr 15
Replying to @LeoPatRoss
To their credit Ernst and Young seem to be flagging support for in here. "Our research shows that many people could be better off by renting permanently rather than buying... – if policy settings supported this choice.
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LPR Apr 22
MFW decades of campaigning leads to government announcing they are ending unfair evictions. (Now let's get it done in NSW)
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Tenants' Union Tas Apr 14
The Conservative UK government has moved to ban no-reason evictions at the end of fixed term leases. When will our political parties make a similar pledge?
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Alexandra Jones Feb 20
Housemates & I initially paid £660 in fees to & now £120 to "check out" is being taken from our deposits. to . Her campaign has changed the law so that this kind of gross exploitation is no longer legal
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Make Renting Fair in NSW Apr 14
Wow! The Conservative government in England knows we need to end unfair evictions. This is not a left or right political issue - this is just basic human decency.
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Jemima Mowbray Jun 3
I already pay a bond to cover damage, why a pet bond on top of that (ps my kids for sure a bigger risk than my old girl)
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Chris Martin Mar 14
Keith - made to move house 7 times in 8 years. When he gets a letter from the agent, he hopes it’s a bill, not a termination notice. And he’s sick of it.
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Sidonie Anne Mar 14
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DonaldPatrickLawson Dec 19
Second Class Citizens? Across Australia, many renters are forced to live in poor quality homes that require major repairs. But all too often these tenants are concerned about contacting their landlord to request repairs.
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Jessie MacGillivray May 30
I’m the owner of a Keeshond (kayz-hond) dog and successfully rented a brand new house with her with consent of owner. When we left we got the full bond back, owner happy with the condit on vacation
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LPR Apr 10
Spent the arvo with tenant advocates talking about private rental applications processes. From inspection times that block single parents, to questions aimed at weeding out people who know their rights, to outright discrimination. System needs fixing!
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Tenants Union of NSW Apr 11
Replying to @TUNSW
Our governments need to take up their obligation to ensure the essential service of housing is provided when, where and how people need it.
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