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  1. In general a clean and well maintained property...

    In general a clean and well maintained property last longer with lower maintenance costs. The question is who does what when balancing the work. And here we have customised tenancy agreements in...
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    Another way is pooling low value assets, but...

    Another way is pooling low value assets, but agreed it's a matter of time you want to spend on it.
  3. I don’t see it as “Council stupidity” charging LL...

    I don’t see it as “Council stupidity” charging LL for tenant’s expenses. It’s actually clever holding LL to ransom.

    Councils in other countries provide services that get charged to households...
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    A misconception, instead of being corona-free...

    A misconception, instead of being corona-free people have to learn to live with the corona flu virus that is known since 2011. Covid-19 is a mutation - how can you prevent further sprouts in coming...
  5. Central banks create money, governments borrow it...

    Central banks create money, governments borrow it based on parliamentary approval by sending $$ numbers into bank accounts. For businesses and consumers the constraint is the ability to spend it –...
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    It’s common and the trimmed information of...

    It’s common and the trimmed information of mainstream media is a similar example. But if you do your own research - how do you deal with a dump disaster by foolishly putting the decision making...
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    Indeed madness if you look at the stats of fly...

    Indeed madness if you look at the stats of fly seasons in previous 10 years. That the figures differ between regions and countries are because of characteristics such as geographical, seasonal...
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    The society is divided by super rich, hopeless...

    The society is divided by super rich, hopeless poor and all between. The middle class and related businesses are the majority of tax payers but shrinking under socialism also as you can see managing...
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    Interesting views, hard to imagine! Who could...

    Interesting views, hard to imagine!
    Who could imagine that a Flu outbreak end up in a pandemic? Apart of the orchestrating mainstream news if you did your own research you would have compared the...
  10. If understood – you talk about “evolution”,...

    If understood – you talk about “evolution”, explained by C. Darwin.
    "Bending the natural laws" – the dream of the climate experts, e.g. stop creating clouds to avoid flood catastrophes, or just by...
  11. You saying – unnatural is the same as “breaching...

    You saying – unnatural is the same as “breaching the rules”
    E.g. a fall follows the rule of gravity – true, people breaching that too!
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    I would expect “NZ commercial property pricing...

    I would expect “NZ commercial property pricing and market supply” will change in sync with a lower demand because of bankrupted companies but also by forced changes doing office work remotely,...
  13. A different view; Breaching the rules of nature...

    A different view; Breaching the rules of nature is a crime!
    To illustrate, in an uncontrolled forest trees grow up to a limited size and height, and when dying new trees take over the space.
    The...
  14. Answers depend on views may differ - I look at...

    Answers depend on views may differ - I look at the debt based finance system, interest rates below 5% creating stress onto the banking system and the negative interest in EU causing huge problems...
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    Quote: While ratepayers may like the idea of a...

    Quote: While ratepayers may like the idea of a rates freeze, Infometrics senior economist Brad Olsen has warned it could "cripple economic recovery".

    Well, and what would he say about the...
  16. Looking at the picture in whole the low interest...

    Looking at the picture in whole the low interest policies keep industries but cripple the finance market, there are no margins for healing the global economy. Therefore the Covid-19 debt crisis will...
  17. The covid-19 stats don’t explain anything. Every...

    The covid-19 stats don’t explain anything. Every death, if avoidable, is very sad to happen and a problem as numbers altogether in NZ are too high in comparision.

    Covid-19 impact; AirBnB and...
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    Actually it depends on where you are tax resident...

    Actually it depends on where you are tax resident and if there is a double taxation agreement is in place.

    E.g. Tax resident in NZ would declare income/tax in NZ including income from oversea and...
  19. Covid-19 Amendment Act

    To illustrate the answer with an ongoing example;
    After the reunification of east and west in Germany the govt introduced agencies to support eastern businesses (one of them called...
  20. Thread: Kiwisaver

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    Yes, the deeper the drop the higher the margins...

    Yes, the deeper the drop the higher the margins for global payers of the stockmarket – but for these profits, who are the losers paying that? Have you noticed when millionairs get easily born?
  21. Thread: Kiwisaver

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    Everything you hand over to somebody – your risk...

    Everything you hand over to somebody – your risk of losing it like freedom.
    Self-managed assets hedging you against inflation.
    During recovery from over-spending.. guess who pays the bill.
  22. And the govt is very good promoting the crisis...

    And the govt is very good promoting the crisis mode.
    But a hard landing isn’t avoidable when businesses not open again.
  23. Numbers of infections always are an estimate, not...

    Numbers of infections always are an estimate, not everybody reports feeling sick, if so making contact after days of hoping to get better soon, and finally the test result comes after days of...
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    Landlords in business have been toughening-up...

    Landlords in business have been toughening-up because of unequally changes imposed and the tough-minded RTA reform coming, and surely a new dictated rent policy isn’t far away. Yes, rent reduction in...
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    If the rental market needs changes, hitting the...

    If the rental market needs changes, hitting the ground might be more helpful than cosmetic corrections to prolong suffering. Did not National increased tax (GST, Bright-line tests…) unbalanced the...
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