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  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry View Post
    Monday 23 March 8.00pm.

    One has to wonder. Go to the gummint's 'official' web site for the latest updates on the Covid-19 virus and . . .

    Next-to-nothing. No definitive list of dos and don'ts.

    Instead, web page visitors get pointed to faecesbook, shitstagram, pootube or crapchat or some other equally as unofficial and unreliable web site.

    WTF?

    Over 65?

    Seems that Taxcindarella and co have adopted the "Italian model."

    I.e. If you don't have a computer or account with faecesbook, shitstagram, pootube, crapchat, or the like, please go away and die quietly.

    Bloody appalling!

    MJ Savage must be spinning in his grave.
    Just let it all out on here Perry

    Yeah though on the whole I think the Gov't are doing as well as they can given the circumstances.
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    Banks are e-notifying a variety of restrictions-to-normal-branch-functions.

    No email? No Internet connection? Bugger.

    Please die quietly.

    Wonder (if) when the first death will occur in NZ?

    Anecdotally - I've also heard that the "official" number of infections is being politically 'massaged' / 'sanitised.'
    Last edited by Perry; 24-03-2020 at 07:10 PM. Reason: grammar fix
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    Rental market 'flooded' with former Airbnb properties

    24 Mar 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by Stuff
    New Zealand's tourism industry has come to a standstill as the country responds to the spread of coronavirus and PIs are pulling properties from Airbnb to offer as long-term rentals instead.
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    Hi Guys, Is there any infor available at this stage in line of Rates payments, Insurance payments, General maintenance, or healthy house upgrade? Are landlords get holiday or free cover for next six months or reduced rate for tradesman work. The reason for this question is that a tenant of a certain caliber would ask now whether they should pay rent during this Mortgage holiday. Apparently we have to educate them that it is very similar to the way they pay for groceries, water, electricity, internet , SkyTV etc

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    Hey Perry, you sound very panicked which leads to fear, the mainstream media is controlling you as is the government and reserve banks...read some of my earlier posts I have been correct in all of them, I have stated what is going to happen...so chill out.

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    You need to plan 2,3,4 steps ahead..this is chess not checkers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffa View Post
    Perry, you sound very panicked which leads to fear, the mainstream media is controlling you as is the government and reserve banks...read some of my earlier posts I have been correct in all of them, I have stated what is going to happen...so chill out.
    Gotta giggle. I'm neither panicked nor fearful. Nor in need of a chiller.

    On Wed 25 Mar. the gummint announced a State of Emergency - something that gives it sweeping powers. I.e. Democratic / human rights and due process are suspended.

    But one constructive announcement was the suspension of parliament. That means nasty, inequitable and nefarious bits of legislation being pushed by big socialist Little and FarGonBoy will be postponed for now.
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    It doesn't matter if you wear red lipstick or a blue suit, there all the same...the trick is to be smarter than them by playing there game...but better.

  9. #59

    Default COVID 19 - Passing on mortgage holiday discounts to tenants

    Hi All - I found this article that articulates the savings a mortgage holder gets from a mortgage holiday. This could be a useful resource for you to share with tenants to see that real savings the land lord recieves.


    https://twineadvisers.co.nz/mortgage...iday-cost-you/

    Spoiler alert - there is no saving, it adds cost. A mortgage holiday is simply a cash flow management tool... one the banks were supported into by the GOVT and they're broadly ok will allowing as they have security over your asset. As a landlord your only security on an extension of credit to your tenant is 4 wks bond.
    Last edited by Don't believe the Hype; 26-03-2020 at 07:10 AM.

  10. #60

    Default New Schedule 5 inserted into Residential Tenancies Act 1986 (via COVID19 legislation)

    The COVID-19 Response (Urgent Management Measures) Legislation Bill took effect at midnight. This has created a new Schedule 5 for the Residential Tenancies Act 1986.

    Read it here:

    http://www.legislation.govt.nz/bill/...LMS327064.html



 

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