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    Hmmm I was always under the impression that the...

    Hmmm I was always under the impression that the vendors could just sign an agreement and then advise it's been sold.
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    No it's the king of the Caymans. He's no bigger,...

    No it's the king of the Caymans. He's no bigger, but is the most important.
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    The words "Unless Sold Prior" say it all really....

    The words "Unless Sold Prior" say it all really.

    If it's marketed that way, then it can be sold at any time leading up to the auction I think.
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    Really? What does one have to do now? Is this...

    Really? What does one have to do now?

    Is this if you lease yourself (as the landlord) or if you go through a real estate agency?
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    I'm starting to wonder if they'll see sense. ...

    I'm starting to wonder if they'll see sense.

    How long have they been in for now? 2 years? And despite all their interventions (actually because of them) rents have only gone up.
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    Lol, like it.

    Lol, like it.
  7. And a kidney.

    And a kidney.
  8. 1) No reason not to do both. 2) Hmmm not sure....

    1) No reason not to do both.

    2) Hmmm not sure.

    3) Most landlords are pretty good. To be honest, overseas people (of all nationalities) tend to get shafted by people of their own nationality.
    ...
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    Geez, well done. I doubt that could ever happen...

    Geez, well done. I doubt that could ever happen in Auckland. They're far too important to meet with developers up here.
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    That doesn't make any sense to me. Could you...

    That doesn't make any sense to me. Could you explain further?
  11. Yessssss, 95%, what could possibly go wrong? ...

    Yessssss, 95%, what could possibly go wrong?

    Interest rates can never, ever be raised again.
  12. Interesting to see they have left their 2017...

    Interesting to see they have left their 2017 policy up there. Quite unbelievably honest of them:

    In total, these changes are estimated to reduce net migration by 20,000-30,000. Without these...
  13. Only because absolutely everything is over priced...

    Only because absolutely everything is over priced (by historical norms).

    And you get nothing by leaving your cash in the bank.
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    Okie dokie, best of luck.

    Okie dokie, best of luck.
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    Oh man, with those questions you should not be...

    Oh man, with those questions you should not be bidding at auction. Find a family member or someone to help you.
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    Fu*king idiot. Just saying whatever he things...

    Fu*king idiot.

    Just saying whatever he things he needs to say to get elected.

    Pompous fool in my opinion.

    And of course Goff promised to keep rates increases to 2.5% and cut costs, and lied...
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    Well I think you know the answer don't you? It's...

    Well I think you know the answer don't you? It's really just about LL's being the current scapegoat for the housing crisis (I know you love that word).

    So the renting situation is tight, with...
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    Yep, sigh, another thing to read up on. Not that...

    Yep, sigh, another thing to read up on. Not that I have any of these.
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    Sticky: Of course it was a conflict of interest. All...

    Of course it was a conflict of interest.

    All his investments were in a blind trust, so he couldn't see where his money was being invested. But he could certainly see the value of his house going...
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    Things like water reticulation and land use...

    Things like water reticulation and land use planning are not really the same thing in my opinion.

    Wayne, you gave the example of Jakarta. Well I'll give the example of Tokyo. In Tokyo you can...
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    This seems to be the crucial bit: "Lacking a...

    This seems to be the crucial bit:

    "Lacking a comprehensive piped water network, industry and homeowners have tapped into the city's aquifers, causing rapid subsidence in northern Jakarta, home to...
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    Yes, councils have played a large part in the...

    Yes, councils have played a large part in the underdevelopment of houses.

    And yes, with these ones on wheels they're missing out on all the resource consent fees, development contributions,...
  23. I took it down because it was a bit negative and...

    I took it down because it was a bit negative and also contained info on ex tenants who hadn't paid etc. One of whom went to jail - so I thought - he's done his time, no point ruining his life.

    Got...
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    Yep we are bringing in 70k people per annum and...

    Yep we are bringing in 70k people per annum and not building hardly any houses...
  25. Very good.

    Very good.
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