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Archive: 2019

Taranaki Property Investors' Association 2019 End of Year Dinner

Join the TPIA for our annual end of year dinner, tickets essential! Celebrating another year of property, starting with our world famous in Taranaki Quiz, then dinner and plenty of time to catch up with everyone. Tickets are $60 with a $5 donation per person going to the NP Community Christmas Dinner Charitable Trust. Reserve your spot today!
29-11-2019 more >>

Getting Started in Property Investment - Part 2 Panel Evening, Tuesday 19th November

Join the Taranaki Property Investors Association for their regular monthly meeting. This month, Getting Started in Property Investment - Part 2 Panel Evening. We welcome Mike Myers; Telfer Young, Mike Bradley; McDonald Everest Insurance Brokers, and Lew Sarten; Property Investor/Landlord. Make sure to bring all the questions you've been thinking about on how to get started or progress in property for our experts. Evening kindly sponsored by Stephanie Murray Mortgages. 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.
19-11-2019 more >>

Already hard for landlords to protect neighbours

After more than seven months of trying to end a tenancy to protect neighbours, a Rotorua property manager has finally received approval from the High Court to end the tenancy.
15-11-2019 more >>

Official Cash Rate (OCR) unchanged at 1.00 percent

The Monetary Policy Committee has decided to keep the Official Cash Rate (OCR) at 1.0 percent. Employment remains around its maximum sustainable level while inflation remains below the 2 percent target mid-point but within our target range. Economic developments since the August Statement do not warrant a change to the already stimulatory monetary setting at this time.
13-11-2019 more >>

Government considers extending failed HNZ policy to private rentals

Neighbours and communities around New Zealand are having their lives ruined by the antisocial activity of some Housing New Zealand (HNZ) tenants. Government is currently considering extending the policy to private rentals that allows this to happen. Many more neighbours will suffer if private landlords are not allowed to manage their properties effectively.
12-11-2019 more >>

Proposed change with potential huge impact

Imagine living next door to loud, obnoxious and potentially violent neighbours. If they were tenants then you might expect their landlord to do something about it and protect you.
07-11-2019 more >>

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