New Zealand Property Investors' Federation, (NZPIF) is the umbrella body for 20 local Property Investors' Associations throughout New Zealand.
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The Healthy Homes Bill was defeated last week and Peter Malcolm of Closing the Gap is completely wrong to say that Government rejected this bill to save landlords money.
The Unovent moisture reduction system is a game changer.
The Rules Reduction Taskforce has recently been appointed by the Minister of Local Government and they do want to hear about all the rules which get in the way of good ideas
Representatives of the 20 Property Investors’ Associations (PIAs) affiliated to the NZ Property Investors’ Federation (NZPIF) will gather in Wellington at the Airport Conference Centre on 29 March
On March 5 the Reserve Bank announced that new rules for loans for property investors were on the way
This week MBIE asked for proposals to conduct research on the drivers of landlord motivation to upgrade and maintain their rental properties, where children in those properties may be at risk of rheumatic fever.
A joint statement by NZ Fire Service and NZPIF
Westpac economist Dominick Stephens comments on the housing market
Towards the end of last year, an organisation called the Financial Services Council (FSC) launched a campaign to reduce the tax obligations for Kiwisaver savings and some term deposits
This statement was issued by the Reserve Bank Governor Graeme Wheeler today
More than $15 billion worth of building work was carried out in 2014, Statistics New Zealand said today
QV and CoreLogic have jointly launched New Zealand’s first truly independent property App - QV homeguide
The following is a summary of political and regulatory news or comment affecting the residential rental property industry.
The number of new dwellings consented was 3.6 percent higher in January 2015, compared with January 2014, Statistics New Zealand said today. Excluding apartments, this number was 6.8 percent lower.
Finance Minister Bill English focused on Auckland’s housing issues at Finance 2015, an annual event co-hosted by Massey University and the Auckland Chamber of Commerce.
A press release by KPMG
Demand for rental property from tenants tends to increase during the months of January and February each year. Because of this, these months are an excellent time to check your rental income to see if your rates should be increased.
Use this form if you wish to enter this Award in 2015
The NZPIF Executive Committee is delighted that a business partnership agreement has been signed with Carpet Court. The Committee is keen to develop relationships with a number of suppliers and it is very pleasing to be able to add a flooring specialist to this group.
Today there’s a new way to heat homes. Infracomfort provides an effective, efficient, low cost and maintenance-free way of heating living and work spaces, with stylish panels that emit invisible infrared light which gently and safely warms people and surfaces just as the sun does on a warm winter’s day.
Andrew King reports on the first of the six public meetings on social housing changes in New Zealand.
Towards the end of last year, an organisation called the Financial Services Council (FSC) launched a campaign to reduce the tax obligations for Kiwisaver savings and some term deposits.
Andrew King responds to the NZ Listener editorial in the 14-20 February issue.
These figures show that inventory is down in all regions except Christchurch
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