Tenants could face limited liability for some damage

Tenants could end up being liable for damage caused to a property through carelessness or negligence, however the maximum penalty is not particularly high.

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Property investors finding ways around new lending rules (+ VIDEO)

CoreLogic head of research Jonno Ingerson says the Reserve Bank's lending restrictions are having an impact on the market but property investors are looking for ways around them.

A Christchurch real estate agent's view on property

Canterbury Property Investors Association vice president and Harcourts agent Lewis Donaldson discusses house prices and rents in Christchurch with editor Philip Macalister.

Bulletproof yourself from the interest rate rise

In this video Sue Irons from Positive Real Estate outlines some things investors can do to combat rising interest rates.

Love and Money

In Positive Real Estate's Weekly video Sue Irons talks about improving your relationship with money.

Why I love property investing: David Whitburn

INVEST & PROSPER WITH PROPERTY is the hot new book teaching you how to invest in residential property. In this short video author David Whitburn tells you which are his favourite chapters.

New investment strategies

The global financial crisis, tighter bank lending criteria and a depressed housing market have forced property investors to change the way they invest. High profile investor Dean Letfus explains what he has had to do to stay afloat.

Why National opposes capital gains tax

Housing Minister Phil Heatley says rents will rise if a capital gains tax is implemented.

Property investors losing out on rent

Property investors are missing out on rent because of delays at the Tenancy Tribunal. NZ Property Investors Federation president Andrew King explains the situation to editor Philip Macalister.

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