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  1. Hi joesanga, I see you asked the same question...

    Hi joesanga,

    I see you asked the same question back in 2017 - :)

    As you know by now there are many ways to increase your knowledge from spending more time on here (PropertyTalk) where you'll...
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    Yeah this really is outrageous given all the...

    Yeah this really is outrageous given all the who-ha about needing to maintain social distancing. But there was always some ambiguity around it so there's no story here really. I like what NZH's...
  3. ^^ Yes agreed. However it can be a vehicle that...

    ^^ Yes agreed. However it can be a vehicle that is not designated for public road use and if it's not going on the road it doesn't need a WOF so it doesn't need the lights etc. There's no law (to...
  4. Maybe it's time to use a PM to manage and then...

    Maybe it's time to use a PM to manage and then the responsibility is on them to do the collecting. For the small management fee it works out cheaper if you consider the time it takes you to manage...
  5. Am I right in assuming you pay the water invoices...

    Am I right in assuming you pay the water invoices and then collect the tenants share?

    This is how our PMs do it - they show the tenants the total invoice and work out the tenants share and...
  6. When a house is a vehicle but really a house

    Full marks to the owner on attempting to get their '2 attached units' through as a vehicle but I think they've pushed the boundaries too far with this one. :lol:

    NZH article

    The giveaway is...
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    Todd and Nikki have had a bad start and they can...

    Todd and Nikki have had a bad start and they can only get better. National can rebuild and while their election chances are slim hopefully they can win enough seats to avoid a landslide and NZ going...
  8. Thread: Lending

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    An article on oneroof says the interest rate used...

    An article on oneroof says the interest rate used for testing is 7% so it doesn't matter if the current rate is 2% banks will test at 7%. :roll:

    What's ridiculous is investors are a better bet...
  9. Interesting post. Why not just live each day as...

    Interesting post. Why not just live each day as if it's your last!

    Personally I'm fine with leaving $$ to extended family and charities. Ideally Marc and I will get to do more travel (that's...
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    It's a shame UK had to give up HK and the writing...

    It's a shame UK had to give up HK and the writing been on the wall ever since. Taiwan's days are probably numbered too. I can see China grabbing them within the next couple of years.

    For NZ - we...
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    I like him - as Nikki Kaye said they needed a...

    I like him - as Nikki Kaye said they needed a balance between conservative and liberal and they have now with these two. Todd spoke very well on RNZ this morning and he didn't have it all his own...
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    National has a new leader.

    Well this was a surprise - Simon was talking it up yesterday 'I've got this'. Any thoughts on whether Todd Muller and Nikki Kaye will pull one out of the hat come September?

    Todd looks similar...
  13. Rental termination does extend past 25 June as...

    Rental termination does extend past 25 June as that is the earliest date you can issue notice - of 90 days so add on another 3 months.

    Kiwis rate 'fairness' highly and no-one would agree that...
  14. Retired Homeowners Forced To Live In A Caravan

    What's evident from the emails Stuff is getting is there are decent New Zealanders that are being given the cold shoulder. Where's the empathy and compassion for all New Zealanders?

    Stuff's...
  15. Yeah as you say 'wool' is a happening thing. The...

    Yeah as you say 'wool' is a happening thing. The idea that won...a AirNZ travel voucher for local travel exp. in 6 months is not producing anything - it's a service (not a business idea) and one...
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    QT will survive and we want it to it's our...

    QT will survive and we want it to it's our premium destination. I've been watching 'One Lane Bridge' and the scenery is spectacular.

    Domestic travel and our extended bubble with OZ (for skiing)...
  17. Yes Perry and there will be more just like them!

    Yes Perry and there will be more just like them!
  18. Agree so they should be innovating, teaming up...

    Agree so they should be innovating, teaming up with people keen to take their products to market - i.e. products from manuka honey, kiwifruit, wools, epicurean products, diary etc. Many have banged...
  19. I recall hearing we have a surplus of houses now....

    I recall hearing we have a surplus of houses now. Not that we shouldn't be building more but isn't it better for the Gov't to not build and buy the surplus if a lot of it meets their requirements?
    ...
  20. Plus here in NZ our lawyers don't really do a...

    Plus here in NZ our lawyers don't really do a thorough enough job - i.e. they too like the everyone else want a quick deal. I studied property law in Aussie - just out of interest and the S&P...
  21. Homeowner can not move tenants on says Tenancy Tribunal

    Tenants can not be moved between late March and early June due to pandemic - so this homeowner who gave notice to tenants in February as he was moving back from Aussie is left paying $1250 a week to...
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    Did you read this discussion...

    Did you read this discussion Perry? There are no financial constraints and they just need to keep issuing more $$.

    cheers,

    Donna
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    I think there could be a mini bounce in sales as...

    I think there could be a mini bounce in sales as people rush to the mall for a bit of retail therapy. The spend will drain the small savings accumulated over the past six weeks so they're back to...
  24. Yeah and now businesses are going back the demand...

    Yeah and now businesses are going back the demand for water will rise. It's been a great year for wine, but very poor year for diary - with some farmers in Coromandel (which is also experiencing the...
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    Hello Level 2 - our new normal

    We all sigh with relief that business as usual in accordance with level 2 rules will be underway from Thursday.

    The run on just about everything may cause its own form of chaos. It will be...
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