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    To answer your questions , I am not sure how it...

    To answer your questions ,
    I am not sure how it reads to you, it’s how you interpret it.

    1. I haven’t asked for your help, and thanks, but I don’t need it.
    2. Block me if you feel the...
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    Thanks Keys for the sarcasm, apologies for the...

    Thanks Keys for the sarcasm, apologies for the delay in reply I have other commitments, like family.

    What I have seen is that if you don’t want the hassle of dealing with constant repairs,...
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    Property management

    I just started a new job as a property manager, happy to answer any questions about my experience. I also am looking for an investment property of my own. How property management companies work is...
  4. Capital gains tax!!

    What are your thoughts on the proposed CGT for landlords and the likely implications? My thoughts are rents will increase, some landlords will sell, creating slightly more supply, however a lot of...
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    Thanks for the advice. Appreciate it.

    Thanks for the advice. Appreciate it.
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    Thanks Donna. I have done plenty of reading....

    Thanks Donna. I have done plenty of reading. Including Graeme Fowlers books. I’ve been to plenty of seminars. This forum has been helpful. To answer my question, No deposit, or make a deposit...
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    First investment purchase

    I am after some advice regards to purchasing my first rental investment property. I have preapproval for a loan. My own house is mortgage free. Therefore I have the equity in my own property. The...
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    The poorly balanced approach

    This article below shows why the current Tennancy Act is out of date and favours the tennant. The LL is left out of pocket. Labour has shown they will continue this trend of treating good tenants...
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