Don't remove investor rights: NZPIF

Giving tenants automatic rights of renewal on all leases will unfairly disadvantage landlords, the NZ Property Investors Federation says.

Fix for two years, economists recommend

Short supply, rising immigration and a strengthening labour market are supporting prices, despite low turnover and stretched affordability, ANZ says in its latest Property Focus report.

Talk to bank before selling: Ombudsman

Property investors wanting to sell one of their properties to release capital should first be clear how much money their bank will let them pocket, the Banking Ombudsman has warned.


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Greens call for WOFs, rights of renewal

The Green Party has unveiled a package of housing proposals designed to make life better for the country’s...

Massive shortage looming: Report

New Zealand faces a chronic housing shortage the size of three major cities within 20 years, a new report...

Auckland rents up

New rent statistics show solid increases across Auckland....

First-home help welcomed

New Zealand’s Property Investors Federation has welcomed National’s policy to help first-home buyers...

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