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  1. Thread: The Joneses

    by Ianacek
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    I recently went to the United States to buy...

    I recently went to the United States to buy properties ( I think now is the time to buy in certain areas, notwithstanding a hefty rent witholding tax & a capital gains tax ) & met several Buyers...
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    Tell the tenant you are unable to be his banker...

    Tell the tenant you are unable to be his banker as you don't have a banking license
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    I've had a good experience with Darrochs's & not...

    I've had a good experience with Darrochs's & not as good with Sheldon's ( took a month longer & costs twice as much as estimated - with no explanation offered until asked )

    I think the...
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    You won't know until after the election which...

    You won't know until after the election which party is best. There is still no ( enforeable ) requirement for political parties to honour their promises.
    However, on previous form, the only policy...
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    Wraps are finance contracts

    PT Bear Said

    "Most people purchasing into wraps have circumstance where they can afford a property, but they cannot meet regular lenders criteria"

    This makes my point that wraps are finance...
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    Wraps

    Wrapping has nothing to do with the property cycle. It is a finance industry instrument; & not a very ethical one in my opinion.

    It comes under the heading of equity stripping ( of those least...
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    I can't lay my hands on the information at...

    I can't lay my hands on the information at present, but I am sure I have read Inland revenue disapproves of people placing their family homes into LAQC's, living in them themselves & then taking the...
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    I attended an introductory seminar run by 21st...

    I attended an introductory seminar run by 21st Century on 4 July in Auckland.

    I note the changed practices required by ASIC relate to Australia. Will they all be practiced in New Zealand also?
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    I think Neil Jenman's greatest claim to fame is...

    I think Neil Jenman's greatest claim to fame is as a "consumer advocate". He is helping thereby to reduce the grip of the big franchises on the market. This will see more incompetent & dishonest...
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    I would think this is a case to which section 59...

    I would think this is a case to which section 59 of the RTA. would apply

    Have you given us the whole story? You mention you have had mediation. I'm surprised you didn't get an agreement in your...
  11. Thread: Gst question

    by Ianacek
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    I've been advised IRD changed the rules not so...

    I've been advised IRD changed the rules not so long ago to allow claims for property purchase only on a payments basis.

    Register on a monthly cycle so you can lodge your claim quickly & send in...
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    The bathroom could easily cost $7500 on today's...

    The bathroom could easily cost $7500 on today's market, but I don't think it is worth it unless you have a top of the range property. Half the cost will be labour & profit.

    I like to see...
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    I have indeed done it myself several times. You...

    I have indeed done it myself several times. You are correct - I should have said "buyer". I should also have said do-it-yourself is practical if you don't have a mortgage on the property - most banks...
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    When selling, all you need do is provide a...

    When selling, all you need do is provide a Settlement Statement & a signed Land Transfer form to the vendor. Also, after settlement, send a Notice ( there is a form, but I have sometimes sent a...
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    Southland Lawyer

    Anyone know a Souithland lawyer who is goodd at working with Aucklanders?
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    I had "blowing wool" ( Pink Bats type material )...

    I had "blowing wool" ( Pink Bats type material ) put in myAuckland rental flats' ceilings 3-4 years ago by Forman Iinsulation & I no longer worry about midwinter vacancies.
    The cost was about $275...
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    That's a new rule to me & I have been involved in...

    That's a new rule to me & I have been involved in a few residential cross leases. The rules are normally fairly liberal & after a few years & a change of owners, are completely forgotten about by...
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    Scarface I'm not sure what you mean by a...

    Scarface

    I'm not sure what you mean by a "homeowners' association". Is it something other than a Body Corporate or a General Meeting of a "Company titled" complex? Both of these have the power to...
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    I think you recognise intuitively that leveraged...

    I think you recognise intuitively that leveraged property investment is the only way to make money in this field. Therefor, since property prices in Auckland are likely to be consolidating for a...
  20. The law is you can charge whatever is reasonable...

    The law is you can charge whatever is reasonable - which means what most other tradespeople would charge.

    I always get quotes for my tiling jobs I expect a tradesperson to know what sort of of...
  21. From a property investor's point of view, a...

    From a property investor's point of view, a "good" school is one with high external exam pass rates, like Auckland Grammar etc.

    Parents pay a premium to buy "inzone" for these schools.
  22. What you are really being asked to consent to is...

    What you are really being asked to consent to is a further subdivision of your collective interest in the curent deposited plan

    Let's say the existing land value of your developer owner's land...
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    I have treated just this situation as the end of...

    I have treated just this situation as the end of a tenancy.

    If one party wishes to remain, they need to sign a new tenancy agreement, & convince me they can pay the rent in the normal way.

    If...
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    Council rates are threatening to get right out of...

    Council rates are threatening to get right out of hand. e.g. ARC talk about cutting admin costs, but they are re-presenting in this year's budget the $10 special parks levy that was defeated last...
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    Unlike stockmarket booms & busts, residential...

    Unlike stockmarket booms & busts, residential property booms & busts are quite easy to predict. The real return on NZ Property over long periods, according to Tony Alexander (BNZ) is only 3-4% p.a.;...
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