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    Obviously you have to follow through with this,...

    Obviously you have to follow through with this, as by backing off now it will only get worse next time...and there will be a next time!
    This is why many PI's choose to use PM's as the human contact...
  2. Obviously you must have talked with them about...

    Obviously you must have talked with them about this issue - what was their response?

    Small correction; it's Tenancy Services you have been talking with, not the Tenancy Tribunal - that bit comes...
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    90 days is your line in the sand. Set this in...

    90 days is your line in the sand. Set this in motion and while you are pursuing other options, it ticks away in the background. Whatever you do, don't give a reason for 90 day notice, as none are...
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    I second what Anthonyacat said above. If you are...

    I second what Anthonyacat said above. If you are going to be an absentee LL, then its a no-brainer. Also, by using a PM (even if just initially) you can keep your neighbours at arms length.
  5. "I'll just get up there and clean those...

    "I'll just get up there and clean those gutters"...said no tenant ever (well, none of mine anyway!)

    You are onto a winner if they take out the rubbish and mow the lawns.
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    Now, you are on the right track.

    Now, you are on the right track.
  7. It was an observation on the workings of the TT...

    It was an observation on the workings of the TT system/thought process. IF the tenant changed their mind and it ended up in the TT, then their previous "written agreement" would count for nowt, i.e....
  8. ...and that the tenant was/isn't capable of...

    ...and that the tenant was/isn't capable of entering into an adult decision giving their written permission :sealed:
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    3 months is very generous on your part.

    3 months is very generous on your part.
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    Sounds an expense all day long to me, especially...

    Sounds an expense all day long to me, especially so if the roof already has paint (i.e. you are going to re-paint).
    Maybe if the house was a very recent purchase, they could argue it's an...
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    There is the benefit of getting a Property...

    There is the benefit of getting a Property Manager. You'll rid yourself of the stress and therefore hang-in there for the potential capital gains.
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    If you are unhappy with the situation and unsure...

    If you are unhappy with the situation and unsure of your ground of issuing a notice-to-remedy etc, then just issue a 90 day notice to vacate.
    Assuming this is periodic tenancy.
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    Very smart...where's the damn like button

    Very smart...where's the damn like button
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    You have to have thicker skin than that. Tenants...

    You have to have thicker skin than that. Tenants nit-pick over heaps of stuff - what are you going to do, throw the baby out with the bathwater everytime?
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    I agree with this. If they are reasonable...

    I agree with this. If they are reasonable tenants, pay the rent ontime, then by issuing a rent raise over it you are just picking a fight for no reason.
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    As hard as it can be, losing your rag with the...

    As hard as it can be, losing your rag with the tenant was the fuel she needed to get the adjudicator on side. Even more so as it seems this tenant is a player and knows how to work the system.
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    I'm a kiwi based in Turkey, with a few NZ...

    I'm a kiwi based in Turkey, with a few NZ properties
  18. drelly's post is a good one and sums it up well....

    drelly's post is a good one and sums it up well.



    If you charge no rent then it can hardly be classed as a rental property can it?
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    I used polyprop once, never again. Faded really...

    I used polyprop once, never again. Faded really badly from the sun.
    Just replaced it with a wool blend, which came in only about 10% more expensive.
  20. Sounds like you need to raise your rent asking...

    Sounds like you need to raise your rent asking price. Lift it past the bottom feeders.
  21. The definition of wealth can be hard to define....

    The definition of wealth can be hard to define. But that's a pretty good one right there I'd wager.
  22. Props, are you able to offer any more info on...

    Props, are you able to offer any more info on this at all. I currently have a tenant asking for UFB install and I was trying to see what (if any) downsides there were at all. Cheers
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    A 90 day termination notice (no reason given) 60...

    A 90 day termination notice (no reason given)
    60 day rent increase notification
    14 day notice to remedy (non-payment of rent)

    That's a fully legal, full-court press if ever I heard one
    You may...
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    That's irony for you, authorities espousing the...

    That's irony for you, authorities espousing the use of common sense.
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    What is your objective - do you want to keep this...

    What is your objective - do you want to keep this tenant or would you rather he was gone?
    Is the tenant on Fixed Term Tenancy or Periodic?
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