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Should be set out in the lease.
Fairest way is to just divy up the income proportionate with value.
Otherwise the PM has to have robust means of round-robining the usage.
Sounds like it is an easement for ROW so you can't fence it.
Rip it down!
I'd agree mostly with Orion.
Rent and buy investment.
Hamilton yields are probably too low unless you can add value somewhere (more rooms, subdivide etc) which could be hard from a distance.
And not a bad place to be.
Close to a lot of countries to explore.
To be fair the Op was suggesting disposing of one Ak property to buy another Ak property.
Selling Ak to buy elsewhere is a totally different argument
So you say - is that a rule or something?
Based on the graph I'd rather live in Berlin - so much more world on your door step.
Sydney has a lot more happening as does New York and any other large...
I like the engine - not sure where it gets its data.
Interesting comparing places in NZ.
Using the same arguement as AK v's Syd Wellington is cheap - they get paid more and costs heaps less so the...
I still struggle with the concept of comparing cities in different countries and using that as a basis for a value judgement.
Auckland isn't Sydney, it isn't New York.
The wages aren't the same as...
Compared to what it should be based on some criteria?
Compared to other citys that it has no relationship with?
Compared to other parts of NZ?
A very glib comment.
It is an interesting option.
Average - would that be the mean, median or mode?
Hugely different results between them
If your records are so bad then how do you know they are in arrears?
Why do you think the value may drop because of the bypass?
If it is beside you then the drop will have already happened.
Otherwise I would have thought the bypass would be a positive thing
- it is...
Less of a problem if GST doesn't have to be included as one-off etc.
When you can read the base advice in the paper, on-line, for free!
So there is no duty of care from the mentor?
What do you get for your money if all he gives as advice is 'buy all you can'?
Kinda my point really.
I'm probably being too subtle.
People latch on to things like no cavity, monolithic cladding etc and assume that is all there is too it.
To be fair to Jasonm he did offer a...
I'd agree - you never know when that sort of thing comes back to bite you.
Take the higher moral ground, stick to your rights etc but play it clean.
Ah, the IRSN (Integrated Residential Services Network).
Enjoyed working on that - mostly.
They were quite a bit late to the party on that one!
'Weather-tightness' seems to have taken on a life of its own.
I presume you would get a moisture check done on all property built prior to the cavity rule change - the old, solid, weather board...
Is this a small council Craig?
You really have 2 choices
- roll over and forget it (except for around the BBQ to mates)
- do as JTB says - may end up with a more difficult time come inspections....
By this logic it sounds like all 'rent by the room' arrangements are boarding houses?
I think there must be more to this.
'Let the new immigrants settle in Chch'?
They don't stop them - they let them now.
You would have to make them settle in Chch.
Remember that the new subdivisions were to replace a lot of land...