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Credit card customers warned about sweeteners
Auckland's Plan talks about 'cultural sensitivity' with regard to housing.
Maybe Li should take that up with the SFO? :icon_twisted:
What about the related benefits and the fine print?
What about the 'free' travel insurance?
What about the 12 months warranty extension?
What about the 'free' extra card holder?
Stand back and ask: just what is cash back?
Is it a reward?
Is it a discount?
If so, on what?
If you buy something for a rental (curtains)
and the company gives you a 10% prompt
I think most people actually do know what a bubble is, but not until
after its burst and the consequences are everywhere to be seen.
I.e. after the fact, they say that period was a bubble.
By them? Or against them? :icon_twisted:
I'm very wary of politicians who seem to be displaying some common sense.
Where was it with the no-depreciation antic?
Haven't a number of Auckland wharves got (been lost to) residential
apartments on them? Now more wharves are sought? Wazzup?
Wonder how many times one could
go full circle on that roundabout?
Attractions? What attractions?
( :icon_twisted: only joking)
Nah - it's good for the bank, the man said.
How many months in the planning did he say?
Options on good for the customers are n/a.
Obviously no building done in Hawke's Bay - not even on the list.
I appreciate that it seems apathetic, but maybe many PIs just
pay a builder and leave the red tape wallahs to them?
Recent announcement changes the NZ CC landscape.
Westpac bumps BNZ as Air NZ points partner
There's a few interesting quotes in that item. One very revealing one:
What did you say?...
Encroaching on bureaucrats, their reigns and their sinecures will never be easy, no
matter who is on the Council. The red tape wallahs self-preservation and protection
armoury is well stocked with...
No way it does? Depends. This from that TD rates page:
Of course, how regular is regular? ;)
Or you could involve a Trust with them and that changes the
dynamic quite a lot because of "natural love and affection."
Credit Union is 5.2% for 3 years.
I see that it implicitly echoes the sentiment that banks
have been 'at it' a lot longer than Reserve Banks have
and so have far greater experience in such matters.
But what would that matter to...
Hell for deposit holders, eh wot?
I agree it's a waste of time, but that's the
nature of the RTA and agro tenants.
Whether or not it's worth having a go,
after the tenancy end is moot.
Plus - of course - Schedule 1A Amounts...
The SAC (now HCNZ) was the BIG lender of that era. Banks did not do
residential loans and second mortgages through solicitors and assorted
Friendly societies were the norm. Inflation was...
Yes, they were that low, back in the sixties and seventies.
A State Advance Corp loan was 3% fixed for the entire
period of the loan. Thems were the days.
As commented already, the angst of an existing tenant can be a turn off for a prospect.
However, the tenant cannot prevent prospects from being shown through, pursuant to
the RTA. To do so is an...
For the record, it's immaterial to me: I don't owe banks any money, nowadays.
But governments and their pseudo-independent departments have not got much
of a good record of getting such things...
Like all perspectives, there are extremes.
I am not opposed to prudent caution. But
I'm less enthusiastic about knee-jerk quasi-
government organisations meddling in the
realm of private...