New Zealand Property Investors' Federation, (NZPIF) is the umbrella body for 20 local Property Investors' Associations throughout New Zealand.
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Mortgage rates are being pushed and pulled in all directions as lenders grapple with conflicting pressures in their businesses.
Reserve Bank governor Alan Bollard today signalled no relief for mortagage holders in the near future as he held interest rates steady at 8.25 percent
Up until recently there have been no changes to rates since late last year, however in the past two weeks there have been wholesale changes across the board, and big ones at that.
Building consent figures have dropped for the 5th month running, driven by falling apartment developments.
The Federation has been invited by the Commerce Select Committee to appear before it and present oral testimony on its written submission on 21 February 2008.
The NZ Property Investor reports Westpac economists are predicting that rents are set to rise 6% per annum driven mainly by three economic fundamentals.
Anne Gibson reports that Auckland house owners got much richer last year, despite a levelling off in the super-heated property market.
Just about now, thousands of people up and down the country will be day dreaming of buying a bach.
Thomas Chin looks at the areas of critical importance in terms of how the regulatory and political environment will unfold in the next 12 months
A website allowing borrowers to put their mortgage up for auction has been making slow progress since it launched.
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