If State Legislators/Governor Won't Enact Rent Control, Vote Them Out

Rents can't be "jacked up" unless there are renters both willing and able to pay them.

That is how markets work.

If, as you claim, you work in the rental market, you should know that.

You should also be aware of the devastation of that market that has historically followed politically-motivated interference in that market.
Try reading the thread before posting. I knocked the "markets" line down at least 10 times already. "Markets" are for NON-necessities. Get it ?

I also already obliterated your "historically" notion, repeatedly. See Posts 403, 405, 433, 535, just to name a few.
 
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You're demanding that landlords take a loss to keep your rent cheap and you haven't a clue you're a socialist.
HA HA HA. Rent went from $750 to $2000 in 2 years. If you think that was to offset losses, I've gor a bridge in Brooklyn for you. :rolleyes:

What I'm demanding is that millions of renters not be robbed by crazy landlords, and that millions of businesses not be damaged $everely by landlords. Got it now ?
 
HA HA HA. Rent went from $750 to $2000 in 2 years. If you think that was to offset losses, I've gor a bridge in Brooklyn for you. :rolleyes:

What I'm demanding is that millions of renters not be robbed by crazy landlords, and that millions of businesses not be damaged $everely by landlords. Got it now ?
"F" your demands :banana:
 
Ha ha. Anything but landlords charging normal rents, with normal rent increases, right Mr landlord groupie ?

Hmmm. Still wondering what your VESTED INTEREST is. How many properties do you own ?

As for my profession. I'm retired and on a very tight fixed income (as are millions of senior citizens, many of them renters). I make a few bucks occasionally selling my paintings & giving music lessons. But this aint about us. Its about landlords going back to normal rent increases, instead of running wild, like they've been doing.

If I am renting a property, I should get whatever I can for it. I buy that sort of property to make money, not give free housing to charity cases.
 
Try reading the thread before posting. I knocked the "markets" line down at least 10 times already. "Markets" are for NON-necessities. Get it ?

I also already obliterated your "historically" notion, repeatedly. See Posts 403, 405, 433, 535, just to name a few.

Who told you that markets are for non necessities ?

Would that apply to electricity or water or oil or groceries?
 

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