Fund manager Harbour Asset Management has waded into the debate on a capital gains tax for property investors.
Governmental tax measures and macro-prudential tools aimed at investors are necessary to address growing housing market imbalances, says the Reserve Bank’s Deputy Governor.
With a 13.5% year-on-year increase in average asking prices on Trade Me Property, the Auckland market continues full steam ahead – and the same data also shows growth in the regions.
Rare opportunity in popular Poets Corner with 8.9% gross yield and approx $14,500 equity. This property will be keenly sought after by tenants wanting to get their children into Lynmore Primary School....
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$200,000 to invest
“Hi, I have $200,000 to invest as I want to achieve a good passive income in 10 years. I'm now 45. Is it better to buy two properties worth $350,000 with a 30% deposit or to invest $200,000 in a $400,000 to $500,000 property? All my calculations are on current Christchurch properties. I'm interested in...”
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“I have been issued a rent arrears from my landlord. In return I have applied to the Tenancy Tribunal because I had given my landlord a notice to remedy that he did not act on. I have no tenancy agreement and no receipts for my rent, no bond has been lodged either. I think he is a fraudster...”
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Loss of rent in EQC repairs
“I have loss of rent insurance on my rental property and I have EQC work coming up. If my tenants are not on a fixed term, do I still get the rent covered during the repairs? I know it probably depends on the policy, but I wonder if I should put them on a fixed term? ...”
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