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  • artemis
    replied to Median rent chart
    Trademe's rental price monthly report is useful. The latest, 26 November - is at the below link. Doesn't break it down by suburbs, though simple enough to search for suburb listings. Note that these are asking prices, not necessarily actual, though probably close enough atm.

    The second...
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  • Change 'families' to 'households' and the numbers can change dramatically. Plenty of 'households' have 1 or 2 people and their options are wide open and need not include a 'house'. Today on Trademe about 40,000 vacancies to buy, rent or flat in. Plus there are the places where people can double up with...
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  • artemis
    replied to House prices up nearly 20 percent
    Steven Joyce has an opinion piece in the Herald today on just this topic, naming it a bubble. It is paywalled. He touches on building restrictions, land supply and immigration, but then says this -

    "That leaves only one major suspect for the current super high house prices, ultra-low...
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  • Tribunal divvies up blame in maintenance ruling

    A lot of maintenance issues raised by the tenant at the end of a tenancy. Nothing to do with the thousands in rent arrears I am sure.

    Not sure I would engage the tenant for his day job as insulation installer as he couldn't manage to provide proof of the current state of insulation. Landlord...
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  • That 134% up refers to the number of highly geared investors (over 70% LVR). The total investor borrowers over that 3 month period is up but nowhere near 134%, actually less than 25%. Investors shifted from the previous lower LVR to the new higher because they could once the Reserve Bank made the LVR...
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  • Include water and power in the weekly rent. Does leave the main house vulnerable to tenants who waste either though, especially power. Wellington doesn't have separate water billing, but it is part of the rates so based on RV not use. (Wellington does have voluntary water meters though, and that works...
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