A tenant bites back

My hearts bleeds for Tony Cranston and his 13 rental properties (page 3, The Weekend Sun, April 20). What an intolerable burden, living under a government which expects him to make his properties fit for human habitation.

As a tenant, I understand it is only right and proper that his tenants should not only pay his mortgages but should also pay for upgrades that will increase the value of his properties in the long term. Tony’s golden retirement should be at the forefront of his tenants’ minds. Keep up the good fight Tony. It won’t be long until you can again vote for a government which put profits before people.

M Main, Auckland.


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