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  1. #311
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    The IRD 'exposure draft - for comment and discussion only' is here, comments requested until 10 April.

    Another reason to sell up or raise rents.

    https://www.classic.ird.govt.nz/reso...d/pub00334.pdf

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    When National leads a government again they will repeal a lot of the current government's rental changes. But if that is 2023 or later it will be way too late of course.

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    There was a mention in the NBR couple of weeks back that Minister Faafoi was willing to negotiate on some items in his current Bill, but not prepared to move on the 90 day notice issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by artemis View Post
    . . . on the 90 day notice issue.
    Ninety days, tenants thee Labour voters!
    See here.

    30,000 affordable houses in our term, anyone?
    Want a great looking concrete swimming pool in Hawke's Bay? Designer Pools will do the job for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by artemis View Post
    When National leads a government again they will repeal a lot of the current government's rental changes. But if that is 2023 or later it will be way too late of course.
    If you believe that then good on you, BUT the Nats do not have any record of doing any such thing.
    They are as socialist as the Labour people they hug.

    Remember, "you become like the 10 people you spend most of your time with".
    "Stockholm syndrome"

    The Nats will do a fat lot in their pants just like the last time and the time before.

    Party Vote ACT for better representation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viking View Post
    If you believe that then good on you, BUT the Nats do not have any record of doing any such thing.
    They are as socialist as the Labour people they hug.....
    National have announced rental related repeals, some specific and some more general with details pending. With Ms Collins in the housing chair I would say chances of a lot of stuff happening in that portfolio are pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by artemis View Post
    National have announced rental related repeals, some specific and some more general with details pending. With Ms Collins in the housing chair I would say chances of a lot of stuff happening in that portfolio are pretty good.
    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 housing market..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by klauster View Post
    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 housing market..?
    And removed depreciation, removed LAQCs. Raised GST when they said they wouldn't (in opposition).
    Squadly dinky do!

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    Has the deadline for the healthy homes changes been extended for 6 months or until the rent freeze is removed?
    If can't recoup the costs then no work should be carried out.
    The three most harmful addictions are heroin, carbohydrates and a monthly salary - Fred Wilson.

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    I wouldnt think so given that the deadline for implementing changes is still over a year away, we "only" have to report level of compliance @ 1 July. And I dont think that has changed as about 2 weeks ago I inquired of Tenancy Services wherefor the long-promised reporting template (as per their website https://www.tenancy.govt.nz/starting...ncy-agreements) - answer "still not available we should do our own". So until we get notified I am assuming no change


 

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