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  • sidinz
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    Originally posted by mrsaneperson View Post

    A 1 bedroom flat in Central East Auckland has a current median rent of $470 with an upper quartile of $600!!:
    https://tenancy.govt.nz/rent-bond-an...lues=Find+Rent
    I can see that. Will include the Parnell blocks with gyms, pool etc. on site. May include Mission Bay, Orakei..... all high socio-economic with views (some), proximity to town, proximity to beach etc.

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  • charlie82
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    recently helped a friend advertised a cbd studio apartment 35m2 fully furnished, received hand full of queries and tenanted within a week at $385pw
    also saw a recently sale size 33m2 same building $370k, about 4% yield

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  • mrsaneperson
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    You may find many average prices for a one beddy often include power & water , many of them do and the bonds center have no indication if that is included in the rent or not.

    A 1 bedroom flat in Central East Auckland has a current median rent of $470 with an upper quartile of $600!!:
    https://tenancy.govt.nz/rent-bond-an...lues=Find+Rent
    Last edited by mrsaneperson; 01-03-2017, 12:06 AM.

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  • eri
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    <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRBLnth4oSg" target="_blank">
    Last edited by eri; 28-02-2017, 09:25 PM.

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  • Nick G
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    Maybe show the drivers some videos of Tokyo on a rainy day.

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  • Wayne
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    Originally posted by sidinz View Post
    Did you read eri's post?
    Yes I did.
    Not sure if it is some buses are full when seats are full or all.
    Maybe there is another limitation on the bus capacity.
    Could be a lazy driver.
    No idea what it really means.

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  • sidinz
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    Originally posted by Wayne View Post
    Why would they stop if they were 'full'?
    Did you read eri's post?

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  • Wayne
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    Originally posted by eri View Post
    my bad

    apparently you can still stand on ak buses

    but the drivers apparently still sail past bus stops if they are "full"
    Why would they stop if they were 'full'?

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  • eri
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    my bad

    apparently you can still stand on ak buses

    but the drivers apparently still sail past bus stops if they are "full"



    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/ar...ectid=11606453

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  • sidinz
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    Originally posted by eri View Post

    things like being allowed to stand on a bus where all the seats are taken

    better than standing at a bus stop watching 3 buses "full" of only seated passengers drive past

    This seriously happens? That's nuts! Buses used to be built with hand grips/rails for standing passengers and signs saying that you should give up your seat for the elderly/pregnant. There was an expectation that some passengers would need to stand. Has H & S got so bad that this has gone by the wayside?

    Then again, with the way Auckland bus drivers drive......

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  • Davo36
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    I agree eri, councils in NZ are just not up with the play.

    Stuck with a 70s mindset.

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  • eri
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    if councils all over the country

    want to address the homeless + housing problems

    esp. for people with "complex needs"

    they need to allow the construction of lots + lots of cheap box

    better compact and affordable flats

    than large and unaffordable townhouses, or cars, garages + caravans

    as a nation we just can't afford gold plated solutions on our poor productivity

    things like being allowed to stand on a bus where all the seats are taken

    better than standing at a bus stop watching 3 buses "full" of only seated passengers drive past

    councils should be focused on riding the population waves

    not standing on the beach yelling "no, no, no" as they get swamped
    Last edited by eri; 28-02-2017, 08:19 AM.

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  • RollingCloud
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    My bedsit in an outer suburb of Tauranga been getting rent over $300 for the last 2 years.

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  • propertybuyingNZ
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    Originally posted by sidinz View Post
    I advertised a studio/granny flat under my house a few months ago at $300pw. No laundry, only a kitchenette. Went quickly and had good interest (Kohi/St Heliers).

    Which makes me shake my head every day as I drive home from work and see a certain sign by the road. Professional couple with 1 child looking for a 2-3+ bedroom house in the area. Budget? $350-$500. They're dreaming.
    they might want to sub-let it? and just fishing for clueless landlords?

    on the other hand, totally irrelevant I know, but in Welly 1beds are already going for over $300 (inner suburbs, not up in the hutt)

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  • Davo36
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    can you give me a special deal?"

    "you've already got the special deal"

    Try commercial mate...And yeah those people who want a cheap house; Mission Bay not really the place to look for those.

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