New Zealand Property Investors' Federation, (NZPIF) is the umbrella body for 20 local Property Investors' Associations throughout New Zealand.
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At the Property Investors Federation's annual conference, held earlier this month, the Minister of Building Issues, Clayton Cosgrove outlined some key reforms to the Residential Tenancies Act.
Investors in hard-sell property investment company Blue Chip Financial Solutions Ltd may be wondering if they made the right investment decision.
Nobody could fail to notice the underlying threat to Treasury which was inherent in Alan Bollard's Official Cash Rate (OCR) announcement today
Property develper Olly Newland, who gained and lost a fortune at the time of the 1987 sharemarket bubble and bust, believes New Zealand is about to repeat the experience.
The Minister's speech to the NZPIF Annual Conference on Sunday 21st of October
The NZPIF responds to the announcements made by the Minister of Building and Construction at the annual NZPIF Conference on 21 October.
Tenancy Tribunal orders are available free of charge on the internet, Courts Minister Rick Barker announced today.
The NZ Property Investors' Federation (NZPIF) welcomes the announcement today by Courts Minister Rick Barker, that Tenancy Tribunal orders are now available online.
Investor confidence slipped from record highs amid financial turmoil but has started to recover, according to a quarterly ASB survey
Sunday Star Times journalist, Greg Ninness, lists some of the key indicators that could be pointers to an investment property's performance.
The property market has hit the brakes for the third month in a row, with the latest official figures showing that the average sale price of a home falling below $400,000.
The first Alert looks at the practice of selling the family home to a Loss Attributing Qualifying Company (LAQC) to generate tax deductions.
Ruth Hill reports in the DominionPost that despite rocketing interest rates and the Government's best attempts to rein in rampant property speculation, house prices nationwide are still nearly $50,000 higher than they were a year ago.
Speculation has been rife recently that the Bank of New Zealand plans to re-enter the mortgage broking market.
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