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What Lies Ahead?
No one could have predicted what 2020 would hold for the world and how different an outlook we would have just a year later. We saw the global outbreak of Covid-19 and the unprecedented move of countries around the world going into lockdown. On March
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Insurance: Are You Covered?
“Expectation versus delivery” - it’s a common problem with insurance cover. You expect you are covered for something, but when you find out you’re not, disappointment and frustration set in. Worse still, you could suffer a serious financial loss. It’
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The Covid-19 Coin
2020 could be likened to the 1940s - when people gathered around the wireless to hear about the state of the war - which battles were currently being fought by the local soldiers and how we and our allies were coping. Some 80 years later we are glued
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New Guide To Property Management
The Beginner’s Guide to Property Management has been designed and written by industry experts and sets out the multiple aspects of the complex role, which the Government has indicated will soon be regulated. REINZ chief executive Bindi Norwell says
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Against The Odds
Last year will go down as one of the strangest in living memory. Being thrust into the midst of a global pandemic was traumatic for all, and the lockdowns, while necessary, were surreal and stressful. For Sharon Blaikie and husband Malcom, the Covid-
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Rbnz Calling For Lvr Feedback
The restrictions came into place as a means by which to reduce risks to financial stability and were subsequently removed in April 2020 in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, as the general manager of financial stability Geoff Bascand explain
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Kitchen Renovations
When it comes to kitchens, it’s often a case of “you get what you pay for”. The good news is that there are exceptions — small compromises can result in big savings. Here’s how you can get the most bang for your buck depending on your budget. If you’
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Dangerous Tenancy Terminated
Excessive noise and antisocial behaviour have led to the eviction of a troublesome tenant in Central Auckland. The tenant, Mitchell Lam was evicted after at least seven complaints from neighbours related to noise coming from the apartment. Security g
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Worried You’ll Miss The Boat?
With the property market reaching new record heights seemingly every month lately, many people are feeling frustrated about their lack of progress or their ability to purchase. This fear of missing out can result in panic buying. We are hearing a lot
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Nz Property Investor events Calendar
PROPERTY INVESTMENT SEMINAR - ONLINE EVENTS January 14, 6:30-8:30pm, January 21, 6.30pm-8.30pm, January 28, 6:30-8:30pm. (This event will also be live at the Greenlane office.) Book at
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Hail Sites: What Are They?
If you have undertaken land or building developments, you may have become aware of the HAIL register (typically when council indicates that your property is on one). But what is a HAIL site? HAIL is an acronym for the Hazardous Activities and Industr
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Smashing Records
For those of us enjoying the Kiwi summer, it seems that 2020 was nothing more than a fever dream. But despite a health crisis and market volatility making most markets resemble the ridgelines of the Southern Alps, the New Zealand property market has
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As we welcome in the new year, most of us are looking forward to a more positive 2021. The start of the year is always a time when people sit down, write lists and plan their resolutions for the 12 months ahead. If you’re a residential property inves
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What’s Driving House Prices?
November sales nationwide were the highest for 164 months, while Auckland saw the highest annual increase in sales for 14 years. Year-on-year, sales were up by 29.6% nationwide and by 53.9% in Auckland. Rates continue to go down, with HSBC offering
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Bright-line Enforcement Initiatives
Since the introduction of the bright-line tax rules it has been compulsory to provide an IRD number when transacting a land transaction in New Zealand. This information has ensured IRD can identify individual taxpayers who may be liable for income ta
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Planning For Retirement
Most of us store a large part of our wealth in property. It could be in our owner-occupied home, a holiday house or an investment portfolio. And a large number of property owners are starting to head towards retirement. If that’s you, then now is the
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Plenty Of Demand
Caressed by sea and golden-sand beaches, Bay of Plenty has always been a drawcard for summer holiday makers. But look back 10 years and you’ll find its main centre, Tauranga, languishing in obscurity. The employment market was depressed, there was li
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Change Of Structure
Matthew Gilligan is a property investor, developer and tax adviser. He is managing director of chartered accounting firm Gilligan Rowe & Associates, where he heads the specialist property and asset planning divisions. Bernard is principal of Quinovi
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Corelogic Tauranga Kelvin Davidson, Senior Property Economist, Corelogic
Rental data is sourced from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment based on rental bonds lodged. This data is supplied to us grouped into geographic areas based on statistical area units used by Statistics NZ for the census and as a resu
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Interest Rates Forecast
The Christmas break is behind us and now into the new year, we wait in anticipation for what 2021 holds for us, particularly given how eventful 2020 was. Looking forward however, as we focus on the interest rate side of things, we are seeing lower ra
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Property, Tax And Finance In 2021
After a crazy 2020, many investors and would-be investors are wondering what 2021 will hold in store for them. I outline my views and share my predictions in this article, which I hope you will find useful. Firstly, who am I to tell you what 2021 mig
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The NZ Property Investors’ Federation (NZPIF) is delighted to announce the amalgamation of Capital and Wellington Property Investors’ associations. The new association will continue under the name of Wellington Property Investors’ Association, using
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To Learn More:
To learn more about the current property market and strategies that are effective, I invite you to attend GRA’s 7-module Property School course ( Or, if you’d like a free taste of what Property School is all
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What’s Happening In Your Region
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Profiles Revisited
IN THE POST-LOCKDOWN environment, the Rotorua market has gone nuts, says investor Michael Burge. But rather than wait for a market slowdown that Burge says is unlikely to transpire, he’s gone ahead and purchased three properties, this time in Tokoroa
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This map represents change in the average rental price between the months of October 2019 and October 2020, based on figures from the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment. No. of Properties: Total number of residential properties No. of Bo
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Tip Of The Month
Auction Strategy: The auctioneer’s objective is to get buyers hyped up through bidding quickly. Do the opposite and slow the auction process down by making “half bids” and asking questions. It pays to be persistent when employing this strategy. Other
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What A Year!
It would be an understatement to say that this has been a crazy year with so many unexpected things occurring. In the property market we have gone from no activity during lockdown into one very hot market with house price inflation moving along at a
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