What do we choose next?

 

The more the government interfere with privately owned rental properties the less attractive these become as an investment vehicle.

What they don’t consider is that every time they pass some new legislation or some tribunal member comes up with some idiotic idea, the more it ends up costing the vendors.

The piece of the puzzle they don’t put together is that the more it costs the vendors, the more rents must rise to meet that rising cost.

Therefore, it will come to a point where it is “not viable” to raise the rents, which means it will be “not viable” as an investment vehicle.