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    deck is going to be 4.5 m x 8 m - 36 m2 3...

    deck is going to be 4.5 m x 8 m - 36 m2
    3 bearers 100x100 mm(2 100 x 50 nailed together)running the 8 m length, piles 125x125 mm spaced each 1.25 m. Spaced 2 m apart with a cantilever on each side...
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    Looking at the edge it's around 12 cm thick.

    Looking at the edge it's around 12 cm thick.
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    Deck over concrete pad. Pile attachment?

    I am planning a deck with 2 of the 21 piles over a sloping concrete pad. The max height of the deck is to be 60 cm.

    Part of the original 1980's deck has a stringer attached to the house and the...
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    Poll: From the Governments point of view they get more...

    From the Governments point of view they get more in the short term which they can then use for other projects. This has the effect of increasing the revenue that is received and can be spun as...
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    The post is holding a gate, 1800 mm above ground...

    The post is holding a gate, 1800 mm above ground to the top of the post.
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    Depth of concreted in posts

    I have a pair of concreted in posts that have been broken off at ground level and looking at the post way to replace them.

    2 - 100 x 75 mm posts are used as the support post for a gate. I've...
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    It could be a win-win-win win for you, easy...

    It could be a win-win-win
    win for you, easy sell, low work
    win for purchaser , easy buy, less diligence work.
    win for agent, no marketing, vendor and purchaser already found.

    The agent still...
  8. 150 k @ 10%(premium rate) for 9 months = $11,250....

    150 k @ 10%(premium rate) for 9 months = $11,250. Lawyers fees $2,000 your left with $9,250

    You've paid interest on your overdraft @5.5%(guess)costing you $6,187.50.

    That leaves you a profit...
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    From my current rates bill the CV is a factor in...

    From my current rates bill the CV is a factor in only the "General Rate" portion of the bill. It makes up around half of the total bill(depending on the property).
    Other items are:
    Interim...
  10. Make sure your goals and their goals align. ...

    Make sure your goals and their goals align.

    What is the agreement going to look like in 5 years time?

    Figure out an exit strategy plan that you both agree to as a starting out point (simple...
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    A lot depends on your long term outcome is and...

    A lot depends on your long term outcome is and what your children's want in the mid term.

    Do you want them to take over the active parts of your business? Can you handle not being in control of...
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    You might be able to do a search on the address...

    You might be able to do a search on the address and find the agency that it was rented out through.
  13. Thread: Sewage pump

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    Just make sure that the tenants know not to flush...

    Just make sure that the tenants know not to flush sanitary napkins and wet wipes down as it will kill them.
  14. Interesting regarding homes.co.nz I've seen that...

    Interesting regarding homes.co.nz I've seen that Westpac have been advertising on there for the loan calculation so not surprising that they are pushing the site.

    For a comparison, I had asked...
  15. I looked into purchasing in Christchurch ~2 years...

    I looked into purchasing in Christchurch ~2 years ago as this was my girlfriends home town prior to the quakes. I quickly learnt that there is a lot more to learn about the Christchurch market than...
  16. Do you have underfloor insulation and a moisture...

    Do you have underfloor insulation and a moisture barrier? Together these make a huge difference. I've heard that there can be issues with settling/ voids with blown insulation into walls. John's...
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    Starting prices I'd estimate 10k for the fit out,...

    Starting prices I'd estimate 10k for the fit out, complete wet area, basic - medium fittings. Plumbing in water and waste could be a decent amount depending on location. Council red tape could be...
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    Currently doing up a rental and have put...

    Currently doing up a rental and have put Greenstuff underfloor in R1.5 and a moisture barrier. This made a huge difference to the house. Until this weeks cold snap I've been working there at night...
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    Thanks Keys, I'll do this.

    Thanks Keys, I'll do this.
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    Owner or PM on TT orders

    Quick question regarding TT orders. Should the order have the Property Manager's name on the order or the owners name on the order?

    I've got a copy of an Order that only lists the PM and not the...
  21. Thread: Interest Rates

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    I'll take it now as long as I pay the same price...

    I'll take it now as long as I pay the same price for the property as what people where asking when the interest rate was 9%.

    I've been meaning to sit down and figure out the total cost of...
  22. Yes, you are right, I should have put a...

    Yes, you are right, I should have put a disclaimer like "excluding another GFC type event, then they may review all loans". I was looking only at a drop in value changing the LVR from 78% to 81%.
  23. It would generally only be a factor when making a...

    It would generally only be a factor when making a change to lending that the bank will look at the LVR, or if the bank has a reason to look into your finances(being behind on mortgages repayments,...
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    Just been quoted $19.50 /m2 in Auckland for...

    Just been quoted $19.50 /m2 in Auckland for underfloor insulation installed.

    Also what are peoples thoughts on moisture barriers?
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    You may also want to look at TotalMoney from BNZ...

    You may also want to look at TotalMoney from BNZ as an offset for a loan.
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