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  2. #12
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    Default No Brain In Evidence.

    A couple of article links to show you just how discombobulated are NZ's click-bait media, single-use-plastic-politicians and pseudo-reality-but-undercover-socialist-academia really are.

    We - the people [LLs] - have to wonder why it's so hard for anyone to grasp the difference between:
    * no reason;
    * no cause;
    * no reason supplied.

    Here's how the Government could force you to sell your house for state housing

    18 Feb 2020

    Rental reforms: Landlords slam end to 90-day 'no cause' eviction notices
    18 Feb 2020

    We are truly surrounded by idiots.
    Last edited by Perry; 18-02-2020 at 07:37 PM.
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  3. #13
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    From 2016

    Chinese investors top foreign property investors in Auckland


    Nearly 60 per cent of Auckland houses sold to foreign buyers went to Chinese investors, new data show.
    The data released by Land Information New Zealand (Linz) yesterday showed that 474 out of 11,955 houses sold between January and March went to non-residents.
    Of the sales to foreign buyers, 276 houses went to Chinese residents. The next biggest investors were Australians, with 45 properties.
    Across all of New Zealand, 3 per cent of houses sold between January and March went to people who were not New Zealand citizens or holders of a residency, student or work visa.


    Chinese tax residents snapped up 321 of those properties (29.5 per cent of non-resident purchases), followed by Australians on 312 properties (28.6 per cent).

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/aucklander/property/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503367&objectid=11637213

  4. #14
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    From June 2016

    NZ's latest property hotspots
    Quote Originally Posted by NZH
    Rotorua, Whakatane and Taupo are three new areas to bask in the glow of Auckland's property boom as investors drive up values. First-home buyers and investors priced out of Auckland, Hamilton and Tauranga have snapped up more affordable homes further south.

    In Rotorua, the median house value has jumped 15 per cent annually but is still affordable at $318,000, according to data from QV. QV national spokeswoman Andrea Rush said anything under $400,000 was attractive for buyers priced out of the "golden triangle" between Auckland, Tauranga and Hamilton.
    Last edited by Perry; 21-02-2020 at 07:58 AM. Reason: reduced quoted text: Rule 2 b, c, d.

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    also extracted from article

    "Rotorua is going off right now and the market is hot with prices driven up by investors looking for better yields and first-home buyers priced out of other North Island towns," Rush said.

    "It is the increasing trend where investors are becoming more active in Rotorua, Whakatane, Taupo and even Kawerau and that activity drives the market up."

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    Perry,

    For my understanding and future reference, can you provide a link - for explanation of allowance of quoted text allowed under Rule 2 b, c, d.

    I searched here but no avail -
    https://www.propertytalk.com/forum/f...b3_board_usage

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris W View Post
    For my understanding and future reference, can you provide a link - for explanation of allowance of quoted text allowed under Rule 2 b, c, d.
    Forum Rules

    As I understand it, there's a link to the Forum Rules at the very bottom (right hand) of every page.

    And I was too hasty. I should've checked the numbers and not gone by memory.

    The relevant parts are under the heading: Copyright Respect

    I.e. Not Rule 2, at all.
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  8. #18
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    Interesting conflicting bit of babble from Shammy, here.
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  9. #19
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    Great, waited for a long time for this.

    Tremains who bought out LJ Hookers who bought out Pam is now shedding its rentals.
    Just told me to take my six back.

    At least a weeks or mores wageseach month for one of their managers.

    20 years and I have seen so many of these woke Property Managers come and go.
    Around 10 I think. All caused during buy outs.
    What a useless industry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viking View Post

    Tremains who bought out LJ Hookers who bought out Pam is now shedding its rentals.
    Just told me to take my six back.

    Which area are your rentals in?

    FYI, Tremains still managing rentals, perhaps not in your area? https://www.tremainsrentals.co.nz/li...rRental=Rental


 

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