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

  • Why tenants feel pain - letter to the editor in the Wairarapa Times Age
    Tim Horsbrugh explains that the one policy that has had the most significant effect on tenants is the tax change in which rental property owners can no longer claim their interest costs as a business expense.
    02-08-2023 more >>
  • Increasing costs for landlord is bad news for tenants
    There appears to be a generally low opinion of people who provide rental properties for tenants to live in. People see it as an easy way to make super profits and yet only 7% of the population actually own rental properties. Why is that? The answer is that it isn't easy to provide a rental home for people in New Zealand and unfortunately it's getting even harder.
    01-03-2018 more >>
  • NZPIF in the news in May and June
    Over May and June, Andrew King has been interviewed by representatives of the media on a number of occasions. First of all he was asked for comment on the housing aspects of the 2016 Budget. Then the change of the Tenancy law requiring minimum standards for rentals became the hot issue as the end of June approached.
    01-07-2016 more >>
  • Being the voice of landlords and property investors
    One of the roles of NZPIF is to make sure the views of members of all affiliated Associations are heard. Andrew King has been interviewed nine times over the last two months and two media releases have been circulated.
    19-11-2015 more >>
  • NZPIF in the news in July and August
    Media was a little less focused on property investors during July and August. However, the effects of announced policy on groups such as bach owners was highlighted. Also the Child Poverty Action Group remained unsatisfied by the Government announcements regarding heating and insulation and continued to call for a WOF for rental properties.
    16-08-2015 more >>
  • NZPIF in the news in June and July
    The subjects of NZPIF media comments over this period have included the proposed capital gains tax for properties sold within two years, and requirements for insulation and smoke alarms in rented properties.
    15-07-2015 more >>

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