Taranaki Property Investors' Association
Landlords committed to ensuring homes are warm this winterThe organization that represents New Zealand landlords has welcomed survey results showing that more than 96% of its membersâ€™ rental properties have met the insulation deadline for rental properties.
30-06-2019 more >>
The Official Cash Rate (OCR) remains at 1.75 percent.The Reserve Bank Governor said that given the weaker global economic outlook and the risk of ongoing subdued domestic growth, a lower OCR may be needed over time to continue to meet our objectives.
26-06-2019 more >>
New research confirms higher number of insulation compliant rentalsOfficials believe a third of all rental homes won't be insulated in time for the deadline next week. However preliminary results from a NZ Property Investors Federation (NZPIF) survey show that the real number of properties which are unlikely to meet the deadline is likely to be a lot lower.
25-06-2019 more >>
A complete plants package - without a hefty price tagLandscaping supplies can cost you an arm, and a leg as well as your patience. Adding up the price of plants, the time deciding which plants are right for the environment, not to mention the to-ing and fro-ing, loading and off-loading â€“ well, it can leave more than your budget broken. So, we were pleasantly surprised when we discovered thereâ€™s something like flat pack furniture, but for the outdoors. In short, itâ€™s a complete (and affordable) plants package that provides you with what you need to create an entire garden, including plants, shrubbery, flowers and trees.
20-06-2019 more >>
Privacy issuesAs many of you will know, The Privacy Commission recently decided to design and publish what landlords could and couldnâ€™t ask prospective tenants when looking to let out a property. Despite being just guidelines, it is likely that the Tenancy Tribunal would give the Commissionâ€™s ideas considerable standing.
19-06-2019 more >>
Taranaki Property Investors' Association 2019 AGM The speaker will be Ian Little research manager for Baileys2019 TPIA Annual AGM
18-06-2019 more >>
The facts about the Accommodation SupplementThe Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) has called for Government to remove the Accommodation Supplement (AS) and significantly raise the incomes of all benefit recipients and low-wage workers. â€œCPAG claims that the AS keeps rental prices high however their own report disproves thisâ€ said Andrew King, Executive Officer of the NZ Property Investorsâ€™ Federation (NZPIF).
11-06-2019 more >>