• Login:
Welcome, Register Here
follow PropertyTalk on facebook follow PropertyTalk on twitter Newsletter follow PropertyTalk on LinkedIn follow PropertyTalk on facebook

Search:

Type: Posts; User: sidinz

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.17 seconds.

  1. Replies
    10
    Views
    369

    Schools are currently gearing up to teach via...

    Schools are currently gearing up to teach via distance for Term 2. Needs assessments have been done to figure out what technology teachers already have at home, what they need to have provided for...
  2. Replies
    167
    Views
    12,318

    So many incorrect assumptions and black-or-white...

    So many incorrect assumptions and black-or-white judgements based on those. Wow.

    Having equity in property doesn't mean you can access it. There's thing called serviceability criteria. Bane of my...
  3. Replies
    6
    Views
    245

    Yep. With no written agreement, who's to say that...

    Yep. With no written agreement, who's to say that his explanation of the facts isn't the right one? Sounds like the most vocal one had only been there a very short while, so how we she be the expert...
  4. Thread: Buy or bye!

    by sidinz
    Replies
    3
    Views
    623

    Would the people saying 'too risky' still say...

    Would the people saying 'too risky' still say that if their day job was completely safe and their current tenants were beneficiaries?
  5. Replies
    8
    Views
    740

    Do you think that the day will ever come that TS...

    Do you think that the day will ever come that TS will consistently give the right advice?

    Honestly, where is people's logic? If a whole change of LL were necessary, the legislation would say so.
  6. Replies
    8
    Views
    740

    As I see it, the problem is this: The...

    As I see it, the problem is this:
    The legislation only states that the bond centre must be informed. However, it also clarifies that it should be done so "in the correct form."
    However, people have...
  7. Replies
    8
    Views
    499

    Yes. A crime boss is most definitely a criminal....

    Yes. A crime boss is most definitely a criminal. But usually not a convicted criminal.
    I think that is the delineation that you're looking for.
  8. Replies
    1,132
    Views
    244,760

    Sticky: Actually, I recently read an article by a pair of...

    Actually, I recently read an article by a pair of academics, one of whom was a vegetarian, saying that veganism is bad for the planet. These two argued that an omnivorous diet is more eco-friendly...
  9. I thought RCs were always at the floating rate?

    I thought RCs were always at the floating rate?
  10. Replies
    2
    Views
    598

    No, you need more than three numbers. I saw an...

    No, you need more than three numbers.

    I saw an opinion piece recently that espoused the idea that according to the number of building consents, we have plenty of housing so shouldn't have a...
  11. I was of the opinion that the "more equal" times...

    I was of the opinion that the "more equal" times in recent memory that people keep harking back to were a 'golden age' that was never to be repeated and that things were regressing to the historical...
  12. Replies
    6
    Views
    933

    Not a grey area at all. The person has no legal...

    Not a grey area at all. The person has no legal right to keep storing their stuff on your property. Send them another email, saying that unless the belongings are removed within 48 hours, you are...
  13. You have clearly not seen the list of...

    You have clearly not seen the list of 'acceptable' reasons for ending a tenancy. It is short. You basically have the tenants for life.
  14. More than one of those stories looked like a...

    More than one of those stories looked like a clear case of the LL either selling up due to current policies or getting rid of the current tenant while they still can.

    For example, the one crying...
  15. If there's a stairwell up to the rest of the...

    If there's a stairwell up to the rest of the house, then it's not fully separate, let alone fire rated.

    You basically have two options: rent it out under a lodger's agreement, being very clear and...
  16. Replies
    13
    Views
    1,808

    Try posting your story on the Facebook chat...

    Try posting your story on the Facebook chat group. (Property Investors Chat Group NZ) Several members are lawyers who would give you some good advice for nothing and probably several people who will...
  17. Replies
    4
    Views
    735

    I wouldn't use such a service. Flat packs are...

    I wouldn't use such a service.
    Flat packs are easy to assemble DIY, then get someone else to install them. If I'm putting in a new kitchen, I'm doing other renos as well and thus will have either a...
  18. Replies
    1,132
    Views
    244,760

    Sticky: Winning at TT, as we all know, doesn't mean they...

    Winning at TT, as we all know, doesn't mean they were in the right. I had a tenant take me to the TT and win, despite the fact that she was the one who caused the mould in the flat.
  19. Replies
    10
    Views
    1,400

    Clear cut how? if it's tenant responsibility to...

    Clear cut how?
    if it's tenant responsibility to keep curtains and carpets clean, I don't see why blinds would be the LL's problem?
  20. Replies
    111
    Views
    17,573

    Curious: what is wrong with using a Rug Doctor?

    Curious: what is wrong with using a Rug Doctor?
  21. From what OP has said, it sounds like it's too...

    From what OP has said, it sounds like it's too late to get vacant possession and get them onto a new TA.
  22. Replies
    25
    Views
    3,389

    WFT!? All the statistics I've ever heard say the...

    WFT!? All the statistics I've ever heard say the exact opposite - that the bulk of tenancies are ended by the tenant. And I'm pretty sure the tenancy compliance guy who spoke to our local PIA last...
  23. Have you considered a Joint Venture? This is...

    Have you considered a Joint Venture? This is where you team up with someone who can finance the project, then later you split the profits (how you agree, doesn't need to be 50:50).
  24. Replies
    7
    Views
    823

    Personally, I think you'd be fighting an uphill...

    Personally, I think you'd be fighting an uphill battle.
    There are lots of relocatable houses out there and quite a few are free.
    Why would they take yours, when it will cost them extra tens of...
  25. Replies
    15
    Views
    3,759

    That poster posted elsewhere which made it clear...

    That poster posted elsewhere which made it clear that what he was describing was exactly what I said above. He did not have a new tenancy, he took over when the previous head tenant moved on.

    It...
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4