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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumi View Post
    So pretty much it seems that a landlord can say yes to pets, then pets will be allowed.

    Landlords can say No Pets but the tenants will just hide them on the property anyway...

    So really there shouldn't even be an option to have or not have pets

    Yeah you might be helping the landlord pay his/her mortgage.
    But they still pay rates, fix things on the property, replace hot water systems, fix lights etc, water access charges, pay house insurance, Pay real-estate fees, our landlords are about to get all the window locks changed, security bars etc fitted to the front of the house to comply with new security regulations for rentals in our area, they pay for any emergencies ie; electrical faults.
    There are many extra fees for owning a home than what you pay in rent, if you rent and your "Already paying someone's else mortgage!" Then why not buy a house yourself?
    I sure know I can afford a mortgage but I sure as hell can't afford the other costs right now!
    You might pay rent yes, but that doesn't mean the owners are paying nothing for the house you reside in.
    Respect it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberleygal1 View Post
    I think owning a home is very important and it should be a priority. Our properties will ensure financial security for our children and that is what is important to us. It's also nice to be in your own home and know your secure and you can do what you like without restrictions you have when renting.
    It's important to you. It's not important to everyone.

    Some people would rather rent than pay a mortgage while their children are young so they can stay home and spend quality time with them. Some people like to travel overseas a lot to see family. Everyone has a different priority.

    A home is not made of bricks and mortar. It's made of people, families. Whether its rented or not, it's not everyone's priority to own a home or a real estate portfolio. Some people also, simply can't afford it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clementine Grace View Post
    A home is not made of bricks and mortar. It's made of people, families.
    And pets.......hidden or out and proud

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    Owning a home doesn't guarantee squat.

    I know quite a few elderly who have resorted to selling their properties because WITH them they cannot get the pension and thus cannot survive.

    Some people find owning a property to be a top priority, but there are plenty who do not and who have lived well enough without having ever owned a home. I am looking forward to purchasing a house with my partner because it's a priority for HIM and once we do, then he'll start considering other things (like babies/pets)... but just because owning a house is a priority for some doesn't mean it SHOULD be a priority for everyone... nor does it mean that it's a possibility for many people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumi View Post
    So pretty much it seems that a landlord can say yes to pets, then pets will be allowed.

    Landlords can say No Pets but the tenants will just hide them on the property anyway...

    So really there shouldn't even be an option to have or not have pets

    Yeah you might be helping the landlord pay his/her mortgage.
    But they still pay rates, fix things on the property, replace hot water systems, fix lights etc, water access charges, pay house insurance, Pay real-estate fees, our landlords are about to get all the window locks changed, security bars etc fitted to the front of the house to comply with new security regulations for rentals in our area, they pay for any emergencies ie; electrical faults.
    There are many extra fees for owning a home than what you pay in rent, if you rent and your "Already paying someone's else mortgage!" Then why not buy a house yourself?
    I sure know I can afford a mortgage but I sure as hell can't afford the other costs right now!
    You might pay rent yes, but that doesn't mean the owners are paying nothing for the house you reside in.
    Respect it.
    Of course the property should be treated with respect, but you make it sound as if the landlords *provide* these properties for benevolent purposes. When it all comes down to it, they own rental properties to feather their own nest, otherwise they would not be doing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    Owning a home doesn't guarantee squat.

    I know quite a few elderly who have resorted to selling their properties because WITH them they cannot get the pension and thus cannot survive.

    Some people find owning a property to be a top priority, but there are plenty who do not and who have lived well enough without having ever owned a home. I am looking forward to purchasing a house with my partner because it's a priority for HIM and once we do, then he'll start considering other things (like babies/pets)... but just because owning a house is a priority for some doesn't mean it SHOULD be a priority for everyone... nor does it mean that it's a possibility for many people.
    I agree. My mums house in on a street high up that overlooks a hill of McMansions on the fringe of the suburb that went up about 5-8 years ago. A lot of people have remarked over the years it's like looking into a dead zone. You never, ever see anyone out the front playing with their kids, walking the dog, riding their bikes. All massive huge houses. It's like no one lives there except for all the expensive cars driving up.

    Owning a home is great to be settled and to be paying off a property that you will own but its not a must have for every family to have a happy life. For some, there are many more important things that only material possessions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    When it all comes down to it, they own rental properties to feather their own nest, otherwise they would not be doing it.
    Not always. Sometimes people have to rent out their 'homes' because they temporarily have to move away for work. And sometimes rental income doesn't always cover the mortgage. So it's done at a financial loss.

    It's these types of landlords I really feel sorry for when a tenant trashes their home of leaves them with damage from an unauthorised pet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Not always. Sometimes people have to rent out their 'homes' because they temporarily have to move away for work. And sometimes rental income doesn't always cover the mortgage. So it's done at a financial loss.

    It's these types of landlords I really feel sorry for when a tenant trashes their home of leaves them with damage from an unauthorised pet.
    I feel sorry for those people too, but people who trash rental properties will do it whether they have an unauthorised pet or not. There are lots of ways people wreck rental properties, without having a pet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    Owning a home doesn't guarantee squat.

    I know quite a few elderly who have resorted to selling their properties because WITH them they cannot get the pension and thus cannot survive.

    Some people find owning a property to be a top priority, but there are plenty who do not and who have lived well enough without having ever owned a home. I am looking forward to purchasing a house with my partner because it's a priority for HIM and once we do, then he'll start considering other things (like babies/pets)... but just because owning a house is a priority for some doesn't mean it SHOULD be a priority for everyone... nor does it mean that it's a possibility for many people.
    Which is why you need to ensure you have adequate super these days

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clementine Grace View Post
    It's important to you. It's not important to everyone.

    Some people would rather rent than pay a mortgage while their children are young so they can stay home and spend quality time with them. Some people like to travel overseas a lot to see family. Everyone has a different priority.

    A home is not made of bricks and mortar. It's made of people, families. Whether its rented or not, it's not everyone's priority to own a home or a real estate portfolio. Some people also, simply can't afford it.
    What has staying at home with kids got to do with renting over having a mortgage? If one can afford to pay rent then surely they can afford to start somewhere by buying a home. Whether they have kids or not is irrelevant.


 

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