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    I wonder who will be responsible for cleaning up...

    I wonder who will be responsible for cleaning up dog and human poo.

    Surely tenants can't be expected to pick it up?

    Maybe landlords should have to supply a free uncontaminated (tested) supply...
  2. But you need to be solvent in 2, 3, 5 years etc.

    But you need to be solvent in 2, 3, 5 years etc.
  3. Yeah you tell em Perry! Says small Davo standing...

    Yeah you tell em Perry! Says small Davo standing behind big Perry :)

    Anyway, getting back to the whole bank % savings thing, I think this has a bigger effect:
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    Right, yeah, that makes sense. So with the...

    Right, yeah, that makes sense.

    So with the rail loop, over the other side, is that adding a lot of value to properties?
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    Glad it's not just me then :) I've owned a...

    Glad it's not just me then :)

    I've owned a couple of office tenancies, still have one. That's on a good corner, so OK.

    But yeah the hassle compared to say, industrial is massive.
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    Not as much as you by the sound of it. just...

    Not as much as you by the sound of it.

    just shows you can offend someone by saying just about anything.
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    OMG FH, buy buy buy!

    OMG FH, buy buy buy!
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    Hmmm, well we certainly have different buying...

    Hmmm, well we certainly have different buying tastes.

    Grafton struggles as an office destination I reckon.

    And so yes, you can get deals there - because the owners are happy to get rid of them...
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    I reckon. What about the Brits, or the yanks,...

    I reckon.

    What about the Brits, or the yanks, or the aussies...

    If they get offended by that, then they may as well get offended when I say "Hello."
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    So what can he buy then?

    So what can he buy then?
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    Funny and sad at the same time. The japs did...

    Funny and sad at the same time.

    The japs did the same thing in the 80s. Went around the world buying up everything, then keeled over.
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    Mate, you're about 5 years too late :) C&I...

    Mate, you're about 5 years too late :)

    C&I investors have been doing what you have been doing in the residential sector for that whole time.

    So yes, they yields will be higher than residential,...
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    Hmmm, even the Chinese are getting worried about...

    Hmmm, even the Chinese are getting worried about their rampant speculation around the globe:

    https://betterdwelling.com/city/vancouver/chinese-media-now-warning-canadas-housing-crash-will-worse-us/
  14. Haha, I have some sympathy for this view...

    Haha, I have some sympathy for this view actually.

    My parents did help me a bit, but I did most of it on my own.

    Yes so many people are so well off that those with only a few rentals genuinely...
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    So, after reading that, I'm none the wiser. ...

    So, after reading that, I'm none the wiser.

    What, if anything, is the government going to do? Apart from write a report in response to the report I mean?
  16. Not my experience AT ALL. Speaking to someone...

    Not my experience AT ALL.

    Speaking to someone the other day who wants to build a house on a farm in the rurual Auckland areas. He met a council planner on site and was told it will take 6 months...
  17. I don't think you need any approvals at all.

    I don't think you need any approvals at all.
  18. Yeah Donna, they just can't deflate the property...

    Yeah Donna, they just can't deflate the property bubble. Because if they do, they'll be out of office.

    Maybe the best they can hope for is a long stagnation like in Japan?
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    I don't see how that could happen. Must be...

    I don't see how that could happen.

    Must be more to it than that.
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    I'd definitely argue the point. They should...

    I'd definitely argue the point.

    They should have to provide a certain level of skill. If they are doing these reports, they are holding themselves out to be experts, so they have to be able to...
  21. Yeah I thought this too! A week ago they're...

    Yeah I thought this too!

    A week ago they're saying nothing till the end of the year, then JK gets miffed and it's done...

    Independent my arse.
  22. This is exactly what I was thinking. I could...

    This is exactly what I was thinking.

    I could go out and buy now. I'm not going to because the prices are too high, but I could.

    I tend to think it will also just make property more desirable....
  23. Deborah Hill-Cone usually writes really well, I...

    Deborah Hill-Cone usually writes really well, I look forward to her column.

    But that one was pure garbage.

    Usually you can comment on her columns too, but this one was closed...
  24. I think this is right BK. They gotta get your...

    I think this is right BK.

    They gotta get your money somehow dude :)
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    Well this is how/why auctions are sold to vendors...

    Well this is how/why auctions are sold to vendors FH. Sometimes they go like this, with the property selling way over the odds.

    But in the lean times things can be very different.
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