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People Movements Move Property Prices with Frank Newman

People Movements Move Property Prices with Frank Newman

Property Investment: 04, Oct 2017

In the year to the end of July, a record 72,400 more people arrived to live in New Zealand than left. 

Dispelling  Pre-Approval Myths with Carie Townley

Dispelling Pre-Approval Myths with Carie Townley

Our House = Our Home: 27, Sep 2017

When you want to kick-start the home buying process, a loan pre-approval will get you on your way quicker.

How Well Do  We Treat Our  Renters? with Michael Botur

How Well Do We Treat Our Renters? with Michael Botur

Speak Easy: 27, Sep 2017

Renting is a significant experience for a great proportion of our population, especially as house prices rise. 42 per cent of New Zealanders live in rental accommodation at the moment.

Election 2017 – The Winners  And Losers with Frank Newman

Election 2017 – The Winners And Losers with Frank Newman

Property Investment: 27, Sep 2017

The votes are in, but the nation waits. NZ First was the big winner on election night. Mr Peter’s has the aces up his sleeve, even though he lost his fortress electorate of Northland.

Totalspan Habitable Building  of the Year Winner 2017

Totalspan Habitable Building of the Year Winner 2017

Our House = Our Home: 27, Sep 2017

Totalspan Northland, located at 780 State Highway 1, has been locally owned and operated by Paul Clarke since 2001.

Get Prepared For The Spring Selling Season with Carie Townley

Get Prepared For The Spring Selling Season with Carie Townley

Our House = Our Home: 20, Sep 2017

Spring is the perfect time to get your house in order.

Political Promises (Part 2 of 2) with Frank Newman

Political Promises (Part 2 of 2) with Frank Newman

Property Investment: 20, Sep 2017

Last week I reviewed Labour’s election promises as they affect residential property investors. This week its National and the potential coalition parties, NZ First and the Greens.

If My Relationship  Ends, What  Happens To Our  Home?  with Michael Botur

If My Relationship Ends, What Happens To Our Home?  with Michael Botur

Speak Easy: 20, Sep 2017

I feel like I’m going to get in trouble with my wife just for hypothesising about breaking up, but it’s useful for PropertyPlus readers to know:

Political Promises  (Part 1 of 2) with Frank Newman

Political Promises (Part 1 of 2) with Frank Newman

Property Investment: 13, Sep 2017

With just weeks to go before the general election on 23 September, the political promises have been coming thick and fast. This time the election outcome is more uncertain, so the promises have more relevance.

Minor Parties:  Their Housing  Promises with Michael Botur

Minor Parties:  Their Housing Promises with Michael Botur

Speak Easy: 13, Sep 2017

As of August 22, we have 16 registered political parties, including two brand spanking new ones, the Outdoors Party and the NZ People’s Party.

Tenant WOF And Promising Infrastructure with Frank Newman

Tenant WOF And Promising Infrastructure with Frank Newman

Property Investment: 06, Sep 2017

The Hawke’s Bay District Health Board is taking a practical and enlightened view when it comes to rental property.

How Valuable Is Your View? with Michael Botur

How Valuable Is Your View? with Michael Botur

Speak Easy: 06, Sep 2017

Last week a Wellington man was ordered by the High Court to pay $72,000 in costs for blocking his neighbour’s view of the harbour. I’ll explain why shortly.

Putting Yourself In A Strong Position To Buy

Putting Yourself In A Strong Position To Buy

Our House = Our Home: 06, Sep 2017

The time between making the decision to buy a home and the turning of the key in your new front door can feel like a long stretch, but there are steps you can take right now to put yourself in a strong position when it comes to buying.

No Stump  Can Stump Me with Michael Botur

No Stump Can Stump Me with Michael Botur

Speak Easy: 30, Aug 2017

If you are selling your house, a leftover stump will indicate to prospective buyers that they are inheriting a messy nuisance which will cost time and sweat and probably money to fix.

Red-Faced Regional Council with Frank Newman

Red-Faced Regional Council with Frank Newman

Property Investment: 30, Aug 2017

The Northland Regional Council (NRC) has got itself into a bit of strife. The High Court has determined that between 2012 and 2016 it illegally collected some $14.4m worth of rates from ratepayers in Kaipara.

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