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You expect them to learn? Silly boy. What
then would be their reason for being?
Sole agency duration is whatever is agreed upon.
I thought that a month was more common. The
commission is piece-of-string stuff, because it
depends on so many factors.
And lousy returns for TDs.
Well, I had some poor experiences with Questionable Value.
I would not choose to use them, preferring some other
valuation company. Most of QV's 'valuations' are what we
refer to as "desktop...
Even better, one can find that, under the skin,
the wants, needs, hopes and fears are almost
the same, most anywhere. Sobering, that.
Just how much meaningful dialogue have you had with the tenant?
All the advice given so far seems to have been what I'd call 'legalistic.'
Given the nature of your question, that's...
Lighter Traffic Points to Slower GDP
Trade Me buys Viewing Tracker Company
The article may've made that point,
but how thorough was the journo?
Jeees, Jim, you sound a bit surprised at that. :icon_twisted:
That quote appears to have been excerpted from come from
Ruskin, Nice. One of the longer versions version goes:
- John Ruskin - 1819-1900
The other common one in a similar vein:
Well, that's good and an excellent
outcome. Long may it prevail.
Not just that, but for how long will the reaping be enjoyable, fulfilling, etc?
What might that be?
Do any of them tire of those, I wonder?
That seems good. Once it's achieved, can satisfaction be sustained?
The Choices Challenge
An oft-repeated topic on PropertyTalk is why do people get into PI.
An oft-repeated response is the choices which come from passive
I use the expression: "capital introduced," to make clear that it
has already been taxed as income in my hand and is therefore
not income in the account of another entity that I introduce it to....
Some curtains appear odd in the sense that the light gradient
is a factor that's not been taken into account. I.e. the opacity
of the window coverings appears to vary depending on the light
Be aware that there are such things
as concrete nails, even if they're
damned hard to drive in!
I'd've thought dynabolts would
have been the better option.
The PM restriction for newbies is an anti-SPAM measure.
However, if my memory serves me correctly, Pegasus
can send you a PM, perhaps with an alternative contact
option or method for you to use.
Plus we have one who regularly
posts on these forums, whose
User name is mortgage broker.
Or offer to put one in for
a quick sale (or the like).
Baths are s o o o o, last century. I.e. I believe
the demand/preference would be low and not
worth the cost and hassles involved.
Given the tenant and return, try selling it yourself
to another property investor. Talk to the owners
of this forum about an advert, try trademe, use
your local PIA (if there is one). Probably...
Is there an option outside the box?
Something other than a sale?
Random thoughts . . . .
Renting / Leasing (lifetime tenancy)?
License to occupy?
Sale effective on death?
Joint / Common...