New Zealand Property Investors' Federation

The NZPIF is the umbrella body for 17 local Property Investors' Associations throughout New Zealand.

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News & Updates

Recent updates

  • Heatley loses Housing
    Housing Minister Phil Heatley was told only this morning that he will be replaced.
    22-01-2013 more >>
  • HNZ fixes 212 Christchurch properties
    Housing New Zealand has repaired 212 earthquake-damaged houses in Christchurch. Housing Minister Phil Heatley said: "This is a huge achievement in just six months and I congratulate the corporation. They have done a fantastic job.”
    02-11-2012 more >>
  • Heatley eyes affordability, supplement
    Housing Minister Phil Heatley has confirmed the Government is considering changes to the accommodation supplement and has slammed the cost of new subdivisions.
    30-07-2012 more >>
  • Steps taken to speed up Tribunal process: Heatley
    Landlords’ concerns about the timeliness of the formal tenancy dispute resolution process through the Department of Building and Housing and the Tenancy Tribunal are being heard, Housing Minister Phil Heatley says.
    11-07-2012 more >>
  • Super ministry will help landlords: Heatley
    Housing Minister Phil Heatley says landlords should notice an improvement in the tenancy resolution services offered now that the Department of Building and Housing has been absorbed into the new super ministry.
    05-07-2012 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 >>
  • Landlord "screwed" by HNZ
    Auckland property investor Ian Crayton is emphatic about the treatment he says he and other landlords have received from HNZ after signing up to its Home Leasing scheme.
    30-12-2010 more >>
    RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES AMENDMENT BILL - 2nd reading commenced. The Government commenced the second reading debate of the Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill on 8 December. This process basically means that Parliament is asked to adopt the bill as reported back, with amendments from the Social Services Select committee.
    11-01-2010 more >>
  • National says no to capital gains tax
    A capital gains tax on property investment is definitely not on the Government's agenda, says Housing Minister Phil Heatley.
    05-06-2009 more >>

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