Thursday, October 29th 2020

Dunedin in demand

A supply and demand imbalance together with improved housing stock mean Dunedin’s values are on the rise, writes Joanna Jefferies.

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TSB Special 2.49
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China Construction Bank Special 2.99
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Heartland Bank - Online 2.95
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Always do your homework

Tuesday, October 27th 2020

Always do your homework

With the housing market running hot there’s growing numbers of buyers out there and that’s left the Real Estate Authority (REA) reminding them to do their homework.

Education for landlords by landlords

Friday, October 23rd 2020

Education for landlords by landlords

Self-managing landlords are signing up in droves for the NZ Property Investors Federation’s new education programme which aims to help landlords run their properties like professionals.

What lies ahead for investors

Wednesday, October 21st 2020

What lies ahead for investors

Election 2020 is done and dusted – and a red landslide has left the Labour Party firmly in charge of the next government. But what could that mean for property investors?

COMMENT: Dunedin’s slowdown might last

Thursday, October 22nd 2020

COMMENT: Dunedin’s slowdown might last

Dunedin’s loss of value growth momentum in recent months could be a longer lasting trend, writes CoreLogic senior property economist Kelvin Davidson.

Landlords

Interest & tax deductibility

I have just brought an investment property in Taranaki. My owner-occupied property in the Waikato loan is $224,000 and my rental $366,000 with the ...

Landlords

Adding changes to tenancy agreements

With regard to a tenancy agreement, Is a tenant allowed to add faults to a tenancy agreement after the landlord has already signed? The tenant refu ...

Landlords

Trust transfer benefits

I have three houses: one owner-occupied and two rentals. One of the rentals is in a LTC and the other is jointly owned. Both rentals are positively ...

Landlords

Renting out sleepouts

What constitutes a separate unit being rented out with regards to sleep outs? Does a sleepout need to have a stove, kitchen sink, bathroom for it t ...

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Dunedin’s slowdown might last

Dunedin’s slowdown might last

Dunedin’s loss of value growth momentum in recent months could be a longer lasting trend, writes CoreLogic senior property economist Kelvin Davidson.

Is a post-election market surge likely?

Is a post-election market surge likely?

Will the 2020 post-election period see the usual effect on housing, or will it be another anomaly, asks REINZ chief executive Bindi Norwell.

Property investment tax advantages

Property investment tax advantages

Public opinion has it that there’s lots of tax advantages with property investment. But property accountant Anthony Appleton-Tattersall* is asking people to let him know if they see any, as he hasn’t found them yet.

Accessing commercial property assets

Accessing commercial property assets

Small investors can access big commercial property assets, Craigs Investment Partners head of private wealth research Mark Lister explains how.

Profile: Mark and Kathy Fray

Profile: Mark and Kathy Fray

Nearly bankrupted by their first foray into property investing, Mark and Kathy Fray have managed to pull off a stunning turnaround and build a very healthy, cashflow positive property portfolio.
Feature: Election 2020

Feature: Election 2020

New Zealanders are set to head to the polls this month. So Miriam Bell takes a look at what the different parties are promising in terms of policies that impact on property investors.
Renovation

Renovation

An experienced Auckland renovator is undertaking his first subdivision while wrestling with the challenges of Covid-19.
Regional Review: Dunedin

Regional Review: Dunedin

A supply and demand imbalance together with improved housing stock mean Dunedin's values are on the rise.