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Archive: 2019

Neighbours at risk from uncontrollable tenants

Government is looking at changes to tenancy law that will make it harder for rental property providers to manage unruly tenants, many of whom make their neighbours' lives hell.
21-09-2019 more >>

MBIE Renting and You Seminar

Free information seminar hosted by MBIE presenting the healthy homes standards and other upcoming changes to tenancy laws. Spaces are limited, registration is required. The aim of the seminar is to inform and educate landlords, renters, property managers and community groups about the healthy homes standards and changes to the Residential Tenancies Act
18-09-2019 more >>

Neighbours at risk from uncontrollable tenants

Government is considering changes to tenancy law that will make it harder for rental property providers to manage unruly tenants, many of whom make their neighbours lives hell. “The NZ Property Investors’ Federation (NZPIF) is extremely concerned that more neighbourhoods will become domestic war zones, as happened in Motueka, if the right to issue no stated cause notices is removed" said Andrew King, Executive Officer of the NZPIF.
18-09-2019 more >>

Reminder TPIA meeting Tuesday 17th September 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. Evening kindly sponsored by Easybuild. Come along and meet like minded investors, whether you're beginning your investing journey, have one or two properties, or a seasoned investor, we have something for all.
17-09-2019 more >>

Kiwibuild reset a good idea

“The Kiwibuild reset is a good idea” says Andrew King, Executive Officer of the NZ Property Investors’ Federation (NZPIF). However, providing $400,000,000 of taxpayer money to get “up to” 4,000 people into home ownership appears to be a very expensive investment. How will the lucky 4,000 be chosen and what about all the others who aspire to home ownership?
04-09-2019 more >>


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