Terjemahan dari slumlord
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a landlord of slum property, especially one who profiteers.
‘I’m convinced that it’s the first time this city will have a real plan of action against slums and slumlords ,’ says Prescott, who believes it’ll take some imagination and, of course, some cash.
I don’t know if he’s a slumlord , but the landlord’s not really keeping his part of the deal.
His father owned a few buildings; the son refers to him now as ‘a slumlord .’
Not even that he’s considered a notorious slumlord in his haunts in Southern California.
His old man is an ageing slumlord who continuously guilt-trips his son into collecting overdue rent from tenants with whatever blunt object is available at the time.
Can you rent to the poor without being a slumlord ?
The buildings are usually controlled by slumlords who overfill the flats, charge exorbitant rents and allow the buildings to become rundown.
These conditions also existed in abandoned buildings occupied by squatters in New York and in buildings run by slumlords or taken over by the city.
Meanwhile, housing demand goes up, housing supply goes unchanged, rents go up and quality goes down – thanks to all the slumlords who are renting illegally because the city won’t let them do so legally.
I have found in my experience that folks want to do the right things and reduce the role that slumlordshave in their neighborhoods.
The company is well-respected on both Wall Street and among nonprofit housing organizations – not an easy feat in an industry whose reputation is marred by slumlords .
Who are the biggest slumlords in your community?
Specifically, it’s much less expensive to sort out student accommodation in Clonmel or Carlow than it is to pay slumlords in Dublin or Galway.
In the book, he talks to everyone he can think of who might be able to offer him some insight about rats: exterminators, other alley-dwellers, slumlords , and scientists.
Enforcement of minimum sanitary and housing codes in many cities, along with massive abandonment of properties by slumlords , also forced extensive demolition of low-income rental housing.
Since the building tax exemption was a market correction, not an interference, that was a self-serving argument for slumlords and land speculators to make.
Thus, poor people who need rental housing – since they cannot afford to buy – end up going toslumlords .
She figured that the city’s best shot at making punishments for slumlords and their ilk stick was to make the underlying offenses civil infractions.
For reformers, Riis included, the trouble with the Bend wasn’t merely the profits it returned toslumlords and city politicians, nor was it just the high rents that forced tenants to sublet floor space to strangers.
‘I’m convinced that it’s the first time this city will have a real plan of action against slums andslumlords ,’ says Prescott, who believes it’ll take some imagination and, of course, some cash.
The problem was compounded when some owners emigrated or absconded, some sold their buildings to slumlords , and others abandoned their properties, allowing squatters to move in.