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

  • First home buyers need deposit help
    The National Party’s housing policy correctly focuses on assisting a first home buyer to raise the deposit to build a new home.
    25-08-2014 more >>
  • Better solutions for child health than a WOF
    The Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) has recently called for a Warrant of Fitness for rental properties because of rising rents, overcrowding plus poor and deteriorating rentals.
    18-08-2014 more >>
  • Best rentals for tenants
    A survey undertaken by the NZ Property Investors' Federation has highlighted the professionalism of Property Investor Association members.
    07-08-2014 more >>
  • Rental property owners confirmed as tax payers
    Official Information shows that the perception that rental property owners don't pay tax is wrong.
    02-07-2014 more >>
  • High levels of insulation in rental properties
    A recent survey of the members of property investors’ associations, undertaken by the NZ Property Investors’ Federation (NZPIF), revealed that a high proportion were insulating and heating their rentals.
    20-06-2014 more >>
  • Property Group has new head
    Experienced investor Terry le Grove is the new President of the NZ Property Investors’ Federation (NZPIF).
    05-06-2014 more >>
  • Property Group supports IRD tax education
    A commonly held, but incorrect, belief is that rental property owners in New Zealand don't pay tax. This causes confusion for the general public and may lead first time landlords to have wrong information on their tax obligations.
    03-06-2014 more >>
  • OECD housing report shows rents too cheap
    The latest OECD Housing report claims that New Zealand house prices are 70% too high compared to rental prices. There are a number of reasons why this is inaccurate.
    20-05-2014 more >>
  • Labour to Ring Fence rental property losses
    Among the detail in Labour’s Monetary Policy Upgrade is ring-fencing of losses made in the early years of rental property ownership. A similar policy has been tried, failed and reversed in Australia. In the 2 year period it was law, Australian rents rose by over 25%.
    05-05-2014 more >>
  • Rents could go up by 25% under Labour
    Among the detail in Labour’s Monetary Policy Upgrade is ring-fencing of losses made in the early years of rental property ownership.
    30-04-2014 more >>
  • Capital Gains Tax not a solution
    The association representing Kiwi landlords is disappointed the Labour Party is misleading the public about their proposed capital gains tax, which they plan to apply to all asset classes except the family home.
    14-04-2014 more >>
  • Rental property owners not to blame
    Kiwi landlords are not to blame for a decrease in Kiwi home-ownership.
    28-03-2014 more >>
  • Investors support focus on insulation and heating
    The NZ Property Investors Federation (NZPIF) supports the focus on heating and Insulation in Phil Twyford’s Healthy Homes Guarantee Bill.
    25-03-2014 more >>
  • WOF an insult not a protection
    The national federation representing Kiwi landlords is warning against progressing with the flawed rental WOF scheme, claiming its trialed roll-out is raising serious concerns for both tenants and landlords.
    17-03-2014 more >>
  • Buyers and investors leave market
    The REINZ information shows that property investors as well as first home buyers have left the market.
    12-03-2014 more >>
  • Property investors provide a service and fill the gap
    The census document NZ in Profile 2014 and the findings of the BNZ/REINZ Residential Market Survey hint at a disturbing trend regarding home ownership in this country. Overall the residential market is improving compared with the findings of the previous BNZ/REINZ survey.
    19-02-2014 more >>
  • State house WOF
    Housing New Zealand properties are paid for by taxpayers and it is these taxpayers who will end up paying for any cost increases in providing HNZ tenants with accommodation.
    19-02-2014 more >>
  • Cheaper power not a general WOF achieves warm homes
    According to the report by Sapere Research Group released on Monday, the NZ Power proposal of the Labour and Green Parties does little to address the issue of fuel poverty.
    14-02-2014 more >>
  • Housing affordability not so bad
    Demographia's latest survey of housing affordability paints a depressing picture for New Zealand. But is it as bad as Deographia make it out to be?
    21-01-2014 more >>
  • NZPIF: WOFs not the best approach
    Rental property warrants of fitness aren’t necessary, the New Zealand Property Investors Federation says. It was yesterday revealed that a trial of WOFs for rental properties – both private and council-owned – will start across the country in January. Councils said there were concerns that the housing stock was substandard and contributing to poor health.
    18-12-2013 more >>
  • Focus on insulation and heating rentals, not WOF
    A University of Otago study by medical students looked at 106 children admitted to Wellington hospital over winter. It found that the main cause for admission, 38%, was due to the effects of inhalation of second hand smoke.Other reasons were dampness (30%), mould (24%) and overcrowding (21%) in the home. The authors say that these findings support the need for a warrant of fitness on rental properties.
    14-12-2013 more >>
  • Warm houses key to child health.
    Children’s Commissioner, Dr Wills, reports today that, over the last 12 years, the biggest increases in child hospitalisations with poverty-related illnesses have been in asthma and bronchiolitis. He has said that living in crowded, cold and damp houses is what matters.
    10-12-2013 more >>
  • Landlords told: Watch out for rising rates
    Predictions that mortgage rates will start to rise significantly next year should serve as a wake-up call for property investors, the NZ Property Investors Federation says.
    26-11-2013 more >>
  • Property speculators are not property investors
    Curbing property investment is a Dominion Post reader’s solution to New Zealand’s current housing crisis. However, this solution demonstrates confusion between property speculators and property investors.
    25-11-2013 more >>
  • Rent increases bad news for all
    “The impact of rent increases low income groups in Auckland is not good for anyone”, said Andrew King, Executive Officer of the NZ Property Investors’ Federation, in response to a Salvation Army’ report by social policy analyst Alan Johnson.
    16-11-2013 more >>

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