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  • Rosco
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    What is the 60% based on ?

    Sometimes if you get a proper or different report from different expert, then it might already be 67% or higher.

    Or could be simple ways to get it to 67% or higher too.

    60% wouldn't put me off, and that is a pretty good starting point in my opinion.

    Ross

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  • JBM
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    Yes and 60% pretty close to 67% which is the goal for many areas to bring up older earthquake prone sub 30% NBS properties...

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  • Merlot Mike
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    Originally posted by Davo36 View Post
    If it's Auckland then it will be fine. Only need 30% here and even that's a bit over the top. We simply don't get earthquakes here.
    Interesting. Something to be wary of in Wellington or Christchurch perhaps.

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  • Davo36
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    If it's Auckland then it will be fine. Only need 30% here and even that's a bit over the top. We simply don't get earthquakes here.

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  • Scouser
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    Originally posted by Merlot Mike View Post
    What are your thoughts on industrial property with %NBS around 60% - is this kind of property potentially harder to find tenants for??
    I suspect depends on the region. NBS has been pretty much a non event for me in Auckland and the Waikato as both are seismically stable. Does seem to need to hit the minimum NBS 30% though.

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    What are your thoughts on industrial property with %NBS around 60% - is this kind of property potentially harder to find tenants for??
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