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Archive: 2018

Reserve Bank to ease loan-to-value ratio restrictions in January 2019

From 1 January 2019 the changes are - up to 20 percent (increased from 15 percent) of new mortgage loans to owner occupiers can have deposits of less than 20 percent and up to 5 percent of new mortgage loans to property investors can have deposits of less than 30 percent (lowered from 35 percent).
28-11-2018 more >>

Manawatu Christmas Dinner 2018

The executive committee warmly invite you to this year's Christmas dinner with your friends and acquaintances in our Association. Book early to join us in celebrating 2018.
28-11-2018 more >>

Latest investor confidence survey from ASB

Investor confidence has dipped from nett+21% to +16%, the lowest since Q3 in 2016
26-11-2018 more >>

Indirect payment of letting fees may be the unintended outcome

Property managers are to be banned from charging tenants a letting fee from 12 December this year.
15-11-2018 more >>

Can you trust CVs (Capital Values)

The relevance of CVs (Capital Values) has been questioned recently. It’s not the first time and I’m sure it won’t be the last, but the one thing I think we have to come back to is that CVs are a great anchor point for market value
15-11-2018 more >>

Happy Hour Friday 9th November 2018

Come and join us for an informal get together at the Coachman Hotel to meet socially with your fellow members
09-11-2018 more >>

Official Cash Rate (OCR) unchanged at 1.75 percent

We expect to keep the OCR at this level through 2019 and into 2020 says Reserve Bank Governor
08-11-2018 more >>

Property values spring into life in Wellington

According to the October CoreLogic QV House Price Index, property values in Wellington City grew by 3.9% over the last three months.
07-11-2018 more >>

MPIA - VIP Guest: Ron Hoy Fong, 7th November 2018

Investor, author and mentor, Ron Hoy Fong, shares his thoughts on where to invest today and where the market is going in 2019 and beyond
07-11-2018 more >>

Domestic war zones will increase under proposed tenancy law changes

A Motueka street has returned to normality after three years of turmoil caused by the actions of Housing NZ tenants in one rental property.
06-11-2018 more >>

NZPIF has always considered needs of tenants but tenant advocates have a different perspective

From speaking to some tenant advocates it is clear that we come to the discussion from two very different viewpoints. It appears to me that some of the more vocal tenant advocates are extreme and one sided in their thoughts with an unrealistic expectation for the outcomes of their proposals.
01-11-2018 more >>


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