New Zealand Property Investors' Federation, (NZPIF) is the umbrella body for 20 local Property Investors' Associations throughout New Zealand.
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NZ Herald reports today that experts predict rents will continue to rise rapidly this year
Soaring residential investment statistics are indicative of growing confidence in the market, says the president of the Auckland Property Investors Association.
t's not just first-hone buyers frustrated by the prevalence of auctions in the Auckland market, says Auckland Property Investors Association president David Whitburn.
It's not just first-hone buyers frustrated by the prevalence of auctions in the Auckland market, says Auckland Property Investors Association president David Whitburn.
People wanting to buy properties in the central North Island’s insurance exclusion zone may be able to negotiate with the vendor’s insurer, the Insurance Council says.
Guaranteed rent is not enough to tempt landlords to lease their properties to Housing New Zealand, an investors' association says.
Low Auckland rents are creating a generation of home buyers with unrealistic expectations, Auckland Property Investors Association administrator Sarina Yang says.
It is banks’ perceptions of the stability of the New Zealand housing market that advantages residential property investors, not any preferential tax treatment, the Auckland Property Investors Association says.
Housing New Zealand should stump up with more rent if it wants to win over landlords. That’s the message from Auckland Property Investors Association president David Whitburn after the department launched a campaign to turn around negative perceptions of HNZ leases.
Those worried about New Zealanders’ preference for property investment need to change their approach to the problem, says Auckland Property Investors Association president David Whitburn.
Property availability is worsening, putting pressure on rising house prices, the latest BNZ/REINZ survey of real estate agents shows.
Concern about foreign buyers snapping up properties is purely an Auckland issue, says BNZ chief economist Tony Alexander, but it needs to be acted on now.
Property consultant David Whitburn has welcomed Government proposals to revamp the Resource Management Act.
ASB’s latest housing confidence survey shows fewer people think now is a good time to buy – but investors be won’t among them, according to Auckland Property Investors Association president David Whitburn.
Wealthier overseas buyers would benefit from the introduction of loan-to-value restrictions on property, says the president of the Auckland Property Investors Association.
Desperate would-be homeowners are turning to leaky buildings in an attempt to get a foothold in a hot Auckland property market.
Australian investors are as strongly present in the Auckland market as their Chinese counterparts, says Auckland Property Investors Association president David Whitburn.
First-home buyers can get on to the property ladder in Auckland if they adjust their expectations, says the city’s property investors association president, David Whitburn.
Auckland Property Investors Association president David Whitburn says he’s pleased to have an answer to the water charge debate, even if it wasn’t the one he wanted.
Landlords must be careful if they try to recover new water costs by adding them to the rent they charge, says the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
New ground rent charges for leasehold buildings on Auckland’s waterfront are coming as a rude shock to many property owners, says the city’s property investors association.
A new development boundary for Auckland has been welcomed by the city’s property investors association but president David Whitburn says it doesn’t go far enough.
Just 5% of the country's rental housing stock has been insulated under the Government's Warm Up New Zealand scheme.
No houses are being built for the lowest-income quarter of New Zealand’s population, Finance Minister Bill English told media last week. His comments are backed up by the Productivity Commission report on housing affordability which noted that the country’s new homes over the past 50 years had tended to be large, expensive houses or top-end apartments.
"THEY ARE snake oil, complete with white shoes and wagons :-)". That's what self-styled New Zealand property guru Dean Letfus wrote in March last year on Propertytalk.co.nz, when describing the US tax lien investments being promoted by rival Phil Jones.
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