Taranaki Property Investors' Association

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taranaki@nzpif.org.nz

Up coming Events

Keeping you updated with up and coming events

Reminder TPIA meeting Tuesday 17th September Guest Speaker Scotney Williams

Join the Taranaki Property Investors Association for their regular monthly meeting, this month we hear from Scotney Williams, L.L.B and expert in property issues.

 

Guest Speaker: Scotney Williams

This month we're very excited to host Scotney Williams! We couldn't think of a better time to have an expert discuss the current challenges facing landlords, and have an opportunity for Q&A for our members.

 

Scotney Williams is one of the few people in the country with a deep understanding of the intricacies of the Residential Tenancies Act 1986, and the Residential Tenancies Amendment Act 2010, the Residential Tenancies Rules and Regulations. He is currently consulted as an advisor on tenancy and property management issues.

 

Scotney is the principal of tenancy.co.nz which now has a staff of eleven and provides a comprehensive range of products and services, throughout New Zealand, including, advice, specialist tenancy documentation, tenant credit checking, tenant background checking, video training courses and tenancy debt enforcement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Evening kindly sponsored by

Easybuild are Taranaki's fast, affordable new home solution. EasyBuild are a NZ based family owned business, with extensive experience in the building industry. Amy Avery and Angela James will present an overview of EasyBuild and how it can benefit property investors. The unique construction method using a modular portal frame system means our homes are built twice as fast than conventional builds. If you're looking at building investment home options, don't miss this opportunity. Come along to find out more.

 

Come along, be informed, network, or find out about the TPIA

Tuesday 17th September commencing 7.30pm

St Mary's Peace Hall, 36 Vivian St

Door Charge: $20.00 pp, TPIA Members free (bring your card) or look out in the Midweek paper for the advert for free entry.