Posts Tagged by ground rent
|April 5, 2015||Posted by Fred E. Foldvary, PhD under Editorials|
Not one state, not two states, but how about a third umbrella state? Could a confederate government be a solution for Palestine and Israel?
|October 29, 2014||Posted by Staff under High Cost of Land|
The rich pay more for a place for their car than everybody else pays for a place to live; but pay to whom?
|January 12, 2014||Posted by Staff under Rent recovery or avoidance|
In Holland, where the nation reclaimed much of the land from the sea, often the land and the home have different owners.
|January 2, 2014||Posted by Staff under Rent recovery or avoidance|
Leaders in a Caribbean island and in a Massachusetts town both did the right thing and recovered publicly generated values.
|December 22, 2013||Posted by Staff under Economic Principles, High Cost of Land|
Long ago, David Ricardo asked if high corn prices pull up land rents or do high land rents push up corn prices? From today’s farmers, the evidence is clear.
|December 18, 2013||Posted by Staff under Rent recovery or avoidance|
Salt farmers four score years ago protested the British salt tax; now it’s the ground rent of the Indian government feeling oppressive.
|December 12, 2013||Posted by Staff under Geonomics In Action|
Landowners in Nigeria, like landowners everywhere, try to avoid paying the rental value of their locations but it is society that creates it.
|November 5, 2013||Posted by Staff under Rent recovery or avoidance|
As leaseholders face huge rent increases, one rants: This is why we immigrated from the UK? Why go back to the feudal system? Indeed. But why pay banks? Why not pay community? Pay in Land Dues and get back Rent Shares. It’s fair and works.
|October 28, 2013||Posted by Staff under Land Disputes|
Paying a ground rent is not the problem. Not getting a rent dividend back from your community is the problem. You help create the land’s value by your presence, and you respect the claims of others — a fair share belong to all members of society.
|July 24, 2013||Posted by Staff under News, Rent|
Those who owe are those who won the land in private auctions, and so are likely to be favored insiders and to be forgiven. But let’s hope no deal was cut. This 2013 excerpt is from Hindustan Times, June 22.