New Zealand Property Investors' Federation, (NZPIF) is the umbrella body for 20 local Property Investors' Associations throughout New Zealand.

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Email: www@nzpif.org.nz

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Every silver lining has a cloud

The good news is landlords’ have little need to worry about new tax changes – the bad news is that for many, the impact of the last round has yet to be felt.
30-09-2011 more >>

King counters taxing solution to misdiagnosed problem

A “huge misconception” exists that investment property receives favourable tax treatment, and additional taxes could “spark an investor exodus,” according to NZ Property Investors Federation president (NZPIF) Andrew King.
23-08-2011 more >>

King's Counsel

For the new Property Investors Federation president Andrew King, taking on the top job in an election year has given an extra focus to the Federation's role lobbying on behalf of property investors.
09-05-2011 more >>

Landlords and tenants set to lose with capital gains

Labour proposals for a capital gains tax on investment property have been criticised as unfair on both investors and tenants, "who are going to end up paying for this."
06-07-2011 more >>

NZPIF Opposes Capital Gains Tax

The NZPIF has been campaigning on behalf of it's members in opposition to proposals to introduce a Capital Gains Tax for Property Investors.
15-09-2009 more >>

Rental house of horrors

Unwary landlords can find themselves caught up in a host of financial implications and be burned when they discover the cost of owning a rental property
29-12-2008 more >>

Show me the (mentoring) money

Rent isn’t the only money to be made from rental property, as the growth in investment property seminars and mentoring shows, and for Property Investors Federation president Andrew King, it’s a concern.
02-11-2011 more >>

Potential - and pitfalls - in mortgagee sales

Almost three times more mortgagee properties came to market this year than before the global financial crisis in 2007.
21-11-2011 more >>

Landlords fret over possible tax hit

180,000 Kiwi landlords with about $213 billion invested in the sector could be in for a rude awakening come Tuesday.
06-02-2010 more >>

Slow, steady rent rises predicted for 2012

Property investors can look forward to slow and steady rent and house price rises in 2012, according to two prominent property investment figures.
23-12-2011 more >>

Wellington rents drop as job cuts bite

Rents in Wellington are dropping as demand slumps due to cutbacks to the public sector.
11-01-2012 more >>

Your dream home: Buying vs building

Home ownership has long been the New Zealand dream, and many of us are turning that fantasy into reality.
05-03-2012 more >>

NZPIF slams ‘Super Ministry' plans

Plans to fold the Department of Building and Housing (DBH) into a new Super Ministry "may disadvantage everyone in the rental industry," claim the Property Investors Federation (NZPIF).
16-03-2012 more >>

King calls for talks with Ministers over ‘bombshell’ DBH plans

UPDATE: New Zealand Property Investors Federation (NZPIF) president Andrew King plans urgent talks with Government Ministers to get answers about the proposed merger of the Department of Building and Housing (DBH).
16-03-2012 more >>

Joyce defends ‘more efficient' Super Ministry

Property Investors have questioned why the Department of Building and Housing (DBH) will be merged with the ministries of Economic Development, Labour and Science and Innovation.
17-03-2012 more >>

NZPIF backs Productivity Commission tax findings

The Productivity Commission's Housing Affordability report findings around the tax treatment of property have been welcomed by the New Zealand Property Investors Federation (NZPIF).
12-04-2012 more >>

Federation supports ring-fencing concerns

Property investors should be very wary about Government moves to ring-fence losses on holiday homes, says Andrew King, president of the New Zealand Property Investors’ Federation.
02-07-2012 more >>

Investment: Research pumps shares

Study finds 40-year return on stocks more than twice that of property
12-09-2012 more >>

Federation's survey challenges insulation claims

Almost 80 per cent of rental properties have some form of insulation, according to a survey by the New Zealand Property Investors Federation.
11-09-2012 more >>

NZPIF backs IRD on rental business

New Zealand Property Investors Federation president Andrew King has welcomed an Inland Revenue victory over a landlord it said was running a business.
11-10-2012 more >>

Tenants compete for quality properties

Landlords can expect especially good returns from top quality investment properties at present, says New Zealand Property Investors Federation president Andrew King.
26-10-2012 more >>

Government affordability proposals a mixed bag for investors

Some property investors will feel the sting of the Government’s moves to tackle housing affordability, but not as sharply as they might have, says the New Zealand Property Investors Federation.
30-10-2012 more >>

LVR restrictions could work: NZPIF

Government restrictions on high loan-to-value loans have the cautious support of the New Zealand Property Investors Federation.
15-11-2012 more >>

First-time buyers told: Start small

First-home buyers should not be tempted by top-of-the-range homes and instead should buy the cheapest properties their egos will allow, says New Zealand Property Investors Federation president Andrew King.
31-12-2012 more >>

Think about cashflow: NZPIF

People thinking about starting or expanding their property investment portfolio in 2013 should think about cashflow, says the president of the New Zealand Property Investors Federation.
27-12-2012 more >>


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