Wellington’s approach to housing development will get a major shake up after the city council unanimously voted in favour of proposed changes today.
The inflow of migration into New Zealand slowed in August with the annual net total down on previous months, according to the latest Statistics New Zealand data.
Changing mindsets mean apartment, townhouse and unit rents have skyrocketed by 6.3% year-on-year to a record median weekly high of $420, new Trade Me Property data shows.
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Repairs & rent reductions
“Our tenants moved in in July. There was a dampness in a room due to leakage in the shower. A plumber fixed the leakage in front of the tenants at the time they moved in. We provided a dehumidfier but the tenants hardly use it so that their power bill doesn't get too high. On the weekend my husband went to access the...”
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Sub-let carpet worry
“I sublet a room in a shared flat last year. In the dining room a friend dropped a tiny splash of coffee on the carpet. Unfortunately, in our attempt to clean it up the carpet developed a huge yellow circle a lot bigger than the original stain. We attempted to clean it several times before discovering online that with old...”
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Bank LVR application
“When you are refinancing a property (either an owner occupier property or an investment property) will the bank apply the LVR ratio against the original purchase price or against the current value? For example: I purchased a place in 2010 for $300,000 and currently owe $250,000. The property is now valued at around $650,000. ...”
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