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  1. #11

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    No. The floor under pricing is due to the inefficiency of the market driven by many factors one of them the red tape of councils. The more they get in the way, the more it will support and even exaggerate pricing.

    You can hang on to your ideology all you want but this won't change the reality. Ask Mr Twitford

  2. #12

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    I don't have an ideology. But thanks for assuming I must be a brain-dead labour voter. Perhaps think a little more widely.

  3. #13

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    You don't have to be a labor voter to wish for things... but when your wishes get in the way of critical thinking things start to go off the rails.

    I stated that the red tape and bureaucracy would result in a floor under pricing - I have sound reasons for this assumption. You simply said it wouldn't hold true because you don't think it should. No facts... just wishes

    I hope that the current model 911 would be available for $120k, It's more affordable for folks at that price.
    Last edited by Don't believe the Hype; 05-06-2019 at 06:26 PM.

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    Just be glad you didn't need to get approval from the NZTA. They have a habit of sticking their noses in with all aspects of development within 80m of a highway. AVOID THEM AT ALL COSTS!

  5. #15
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    Yes they do--i found out first hand--sound proofing bullshit- i didnt want it, customer didnt care and council demanded it(out of the blue) on the 7th house onwards despite no requirments on the previous 6 houses
    Quote Originally Posted by Bradley View Post
    Just be glad you didn't need to get approval from the NZTA. They have a habit of sticking their noses in with all aspects of development within 80m of a highway. AVOID THEM AT ALL COSTS!


 

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