Here: essentially student halls, for £1,200 a month, in fucking Willesden.
Feels like there's a new one of these every week.
It's a terrifying window into the tenant/landlord power dynamic—and a national housing hellscape.
Priced out of single-bedroom apartments, young people in Canada and the U.S. are turning towards communal co-living.
Experts say the astronomical cost of living in big cities is burden enough without adding the stress of buying a home at any cost.
Residents tell VICE that landlords are cracking down on students, families, and immigrants looking for affordable housing.
Ben Leonard, who recently won a court case against his landlord, told us how he and his housemates fought the system.
Watch out for double-digit price hikes and more “renovictions” in some cities.
Empirical proof that landlords are bad, courtesy of an ITV/Guardian investigation
At least Canada’s butthole is affordable.
More tenants in big cities are joining together to withhold rent from bad landlords. But staging a rent strike is tough—and winning is even harder.
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