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Life Happens. Make Sure You Are Protected with Carie Townley

Life Happens. Make Sure You Are Protected with Carie Townley

Our House = Our Home: 18, Jul 2018

Now more than ever with the high level of debt people are taking on, it’s important to make sure that you are also protected from the good, the bad and the ugly that can happen in life. A touchy subject, but I don’t want you to have money troubles and possibly lose your home if something bad was to happen. #NotOnMyWatch

Should Meth Decontamination Cost with Michael Botur

Should Meth Decontamination Cost with Michael Botur

Speak Easy: 18, Jul 2018

Should Meth Decontamination Cost A Property Manager $32,000?

Property Disputes – Boundary Fences with Christine Harding

Property Disputes – Boundary Fences with Christine Harding

Law & Finance: 18, Jul 2018

There is a common myth that neighbours must pay half the costs of a new boundary fence or the sharing of costs of repairs to an existing boundary fence.

Tree House Troubles with Frank Newman

Tree House Troubles with Frank Newman

Property Investment: 16, Jul 2018

Oh dear. What has the world come to? A to-do has erupted in Dunedin about the tree house grandad Trevor built.

I’m Tidying Up A Rental For Sale. Can I…  with Michael Botur

I’m Tidying Up A Rental For Sale. Can I…  with Michael Botur

Speak Easy: 11, Jul 2018

In May, a landlord was ordered by the Tenancy Tribunal to give compensatory damages to two tenants over interference with the tenants’ right to reasonable peace, comfort, and privacy.

KiwiBuild Bargains with Frank Newman

KiwiBuild Bargains with Frank Newman

Property Investment: 11, Jul 2018

The housing cost crisis affects virtually everyone. That is pretty much the conclusion one can draw from the KiwiBuild eligibility rules which were announced last week.

Essential Documents  For Life with Ian Reeves

Essential Documents For Life with Ian Reeves

Law & Finance: 11, Jul 2018

There are four legal documents I see as essential to most people’s lives. They are:

Market Update with Carie Townley

Market Update with Carie Townley

Our House = Our Home: 11, Jul 2018

NZ house prices: the latest
According to the folks at Quotable Value (QV), residential property prices in 2018 have, for the most part, continued their onward and upward trajectory – albeit more slowly. In the year to April, prices rose 7.6% to average $679,000. Houses in and around Auckland, which has led NZ gains for the past five years, were not so fortunate, with a 0.3% drop to $1.05m. Ouch!

Passing In At Auction. What Does It  Mean?  with Carie Townley

Passing In At Auction. What Does It Mean?  with Carie Townley

Our House = Our Home: 04, Jul 2018

Passing In At Auction. What Does It Mean? And What Should You Do?

Can You Fight  For Your Right  To Party? with Michael Botur

Can You Fight For Your Right To Party? with Michael Botur

Speak Easy: 04, Jul 2018

We live in an extremely free country, with social welfare, oodles of free speech and very little corruption.

Changes To The  “Bright-Line Test”  For Capital Gains Tax

Changes To The “Bright-Line Test”  For Capital Gains Tax

Our House = Our Home: 04, Jul 2018

On 29 March 2018, a change to the “bright-line test” for tax on capital gains from residential property came into effect.

Is Your Roof Leaking?

Is Your Roof Leaking?

Our House = Our Home: 04, Jul 2018

The bad weather has us all tucked up inside with the fire/heater on

The Rising Cost Of Construction with Frank Newman

The Rising Cost Of Construction with Frank Newman

Property Investment: 04, Jul 2018

Last week a China Airways flight touched down in Auckland with two hundred construction workers on board.

Can I Take The Lim Off The Shelves? with Michael Botur

Can I Take The Lim Off The Shelves? with Michael Botur

Speak Easy: 27, Jun 2018

Can I Walk Into My Local Council Office And Take The Lim Off The Shelves?

Equity In Property  Investment with Carie Townley

Equity In Property Investment with Carie Townley

Our House = Our Home: 27, Jun 2018

You may have access to some equity in your home if you have taken out a loan and have been paying it off for some time.

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