HMG has a time horizon of December 2023, the latest date for the next election.
Do not expect any joined up thinking from politicians of any political stripe.
I am surprised that Nationwide is so naïve to be criticizing their customers, who borrow from The Mortgage Works, a Nationwide subsidiary.
They have forgotten the first rule of sales, “No one ever won an argument with a customer”.
Nationwide is such a behemoth that clearly the left hand does not know what the right hand is…[Read more]
Nothing will change.
We still have a Boris sized ambition (big picture only as he is so sort-sighted) with a Bob the Builder sized construction industry.
Until we train at least 100,000 construction workers, nothing will change until we do.
Some scheme to get construction firms to stop building “Wonderful developments of 4 & 5 bedroomed…[Read more]
Only flaw in the “Cunning Plan” is the humans.
I booked an appointment for 5.30pm yesterday.
The rule is, if you do not call 30 minutes before an appointment, we do not attend.
Sure enough, no call and we did not attend.
No irate email or call. Why?
Members of the public feel that we have nothing better to do…[Read more]
Rental demand is already on the up.
I am finding all sorts of potential tenants with various risks of being made redundant, means more enquiries, but a lot of unsuitable applicants.
Ms Debbonaire does not appear to have the most basic grasp of economics.
Charge landlords Council Tax for students, the rent will increase to be paid by “The Bank of Mum & Dad”.
Another fantastic, well thought-out policy from the Labour Party.
The flaw in all the politician’s “Cunning plans” is that the capacity of our house building industry is 180,000 a year.
We need to train one extra tradesman (woman) to bolster the two existing, electricians, bricklayers, joiners, roofers, etc.
A 33% increase in skilled tradespeople.
Have the politicians any idea how to do this? Of course…[Read more]
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