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Archive: 2014

Thomas Chin's Post Election Report

John Key will lead a National coalition administration for another 3 years
30-09-2014 more >>

Falls in homes reduced

Falls in the home could be reduced by a quarter according to the results of a new study just published online in top international medical journal The Lancet.
24-09-2014 more >>

World-first study proves low-cost home modifications prevent falls

Falls in the home could be reduced by a quarter according to the results of a new study just published online in top international medical journal The Lancet.
23-09-2014 more >>

Are we all worthy of safety?

The Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) has used a study by the Otago University's Injury Prevention Research Unit to call for a Warrant of Fitness for rental properties
22-09-2014 more >>

Is a rental property WOF the right solution

On the even of the General Election there has been more lobbying for a rental property WOF
18-09-2014 more >>

OCR unchanged at 3.5 percent

In a statement issued by Reserve Bank Governor Graeme Wheeler, the Reserve Bank today left the Official Cash Rate unchanged at 3.5 percent.
11-09-2014 more >>

MPIA Meeting September 2014

Property Compliance Programme Liaison expert the the Inland Revenue Department, Harish Singh, will be speaking to improve compliance in the area of property tax. Don't be caught out by unexpected taxation! Meeting sponsored by Geoff McIvor of LOAN MARKET home finance brokers.
03-09-2014 more >>

Tax changes will affect tenants

The NZ Property Investors' Federation (NZPIF) has studied the potential effects of both a CGT and ring fencing rental property losses. These two policies will have a direct and major impact on rental prices.
03-09-2014 more >>

Labour's housing policy

The NZ Property Investor’s Federation is pleased that Labour will engage with them in talks about improving tenure for tenants.
03-09-2014 more >>

Rent affordability threatened

The latest Massey University Home Affordability Study shows that home affordability in only three of the twelve regions covered has deteriorated.
02-09-2014 more >>


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