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she's not much chop at the moment
if you look at the bottom of this page you will see that 1001 recently sold for $210,000
interesting goings on in the metropolis BC
in that stuff story it says
Following a city-wide resident revolt over the last fortnight, Mayor Len Brown has already announced that four areas of the plan would be revised.
"A housing warrant of fitness was one of the recommendations of the expert advisory committee on solutions to child poverty."
how is it going to make kids richer?
the greens would probably try hard to avoid it
but if they brought in compulsory rental standards in a market with limited supply
they would also have to bring in a rent freeze
or the costs...
let's roll it out for parenthood too
that's where it's really needed
when land is cheap
people build out, everything is soooo much easiser to access, repair etc. heck foundations can be just a few wooden posts in holes
going up means steel reinforced concrete...
and that's why a labour green alliance
would like people already paying 50% tax rates
to pay another $50,000 in build costs
to subsidise their poor neighbour
you really would be playing "slip" in the "gully"
actually there is no backtrack at all
Brown said four key parts of the draft unitary plan would change.
1. Heights in coastal townships like Milford, Browns Bay and St Heliers would be...
yup, gold trending down
could it all be over?
will QE be stopped?
will interests rates rise?
with no one standing against him
he and penny thought they could take the super city to the leftist utopia that had been rejected by the people of nz
now there is talk of someone standing...
the basition point development will apparently all be on leasehold land
that should help make it both affordable
and unattractive to investors
a lot of sense in that
nowadays some groups consider it almost their sacred duty to rip off the state
as it is simply too big for them to fully comprehend their place in it or see the damage...
it's not just the building insurance
but life insurance and company disaster contingency planning
major companies won't even let the CEO, CFO and COO fly to a conference on the same aircraft
if you knew
and could correctly and accurately explain
how the 4 interact
you would be better working for the reserve bank
that wasting your life away on internet forums
this is the problem with hotel leases
the smaller studios tend to rent more often than the larger flasher units and so give better returns
it should be very easy for the seller to show you a...
have been adding bob dey and trademe sales data to a HUGE spreadsheet for years
the amora isn't listed at high profiles so have no info on the floor plan
but if it's 30-35m2 it's likely to be a...
haven't heard of any leaks there but read the BC minutes and ask the council watertight section if they have any problems on file
the hotel lease seems somewhat unique with it's inflation? indexed...
if the magnitude 6?chch quakes were the 4th? most expensive insurance event ever
what would a 7 in wellington be?
i've got no problem with people loving and buying old houses, cars, motorcycles etc
love them myself
but it seems beyond stupid to tell people
they must fix old things to modern standards
"What was the cost of this indefensible council position to the ratepayers?" Hardacre asked.
i think he has
if you search his posts
Application for resource consent under section 88 of the Resource
Management Act 1991 by Foster Road Grazing Limited to legalise a
second dwelling originally consented as a minor household unit, ...
Three's a crowd on sofa
A reader writes: "A young, newly married couple I know came home from a long week at work one Friday and cuddled up on the couch to watch TV in their newly rented house, only...