New Zealand Property Investors' Federation
The NZPIF is the umbrella body for 17 local Property Investors' Associations throughout New Zealand.
G-Force makes insulating your rental property as simple as 1-2-3G-Force We Install is pleased to be able to offer NZPIF members a special national rate for supply and installation of ceiling and/or underfloor insulation to meet the new RTA requirements.
14-12-2017 more >>
Undue panic created around meth contamination of propertiesAndrew King says the NZPIF agrees with the Minister of Housing's comments that there has been undue panic created around meth contamination of properties
10-12-2017 more >>
Annual household income has risen 50.5% since 2007Household income and housing-cost statistics: Year ended June 2017Â was corrected on 8 December 2017.
08-12-2017 more >>
Healthy Homes Guarantee Act a milestone for New ZealandEvery New Zealander deserves a warm, healthy home to live in, and the Health Homes Guarantee Act will help ensure that, said Minister of Housing and Urban Development Phil Twyford.
01-12-2017 more >>
No new housing surge says Tony AlexanderThe Reserve Bank surprised most people yesterday with its move to ease up the loan to value ratio (LVR) credit controls introduced in October 2013 then strengthened in October 2015 and July last year.
30-11-2017 more >>
The Reserve Bank is undertaking a modest easing of the LVR restrictions from 1 January 2018Reserve Bank Governor says "Over the past six months, pressures in the housing market have continued to moderate due to the tightening of LVR restrictions in October 2016, a more general firming of bank lending standards and an increase in mortgage interest rates in early 2017. Housing market policies announced by the Government are also expected to have a dampening effect on the housing market. In light of these developments, the Reserve Bank is undertaking a modest easing of the LVR restrictions"
29-11-2017 more >>
Housing and Urban Development Minister Phil Twyford commissions a independent stocktake of the housing crisis.Housing and Urban Development Minister Phil Twyford has commissioned three of New Zealandâ€™s leading experts to provide an independent stocktake of the housing crisis. â€œFor too long, the previous Government refused to accept the housing crisis and establish the scale of the problem we face,â€ says Minister Twyford.
26-11-2017 more >>
Official Cash Rate (OCR) unchanged at 1.75 percentThe Reserve Bank today left the Official Cash Rate (OCR) unchanged at 1.75 percent. Statement by Reserve Bank Governor Grant Spencer:
09-11-2017 more >>
Andrew King, NZPIF Executive Officer, reviews the possible effects of the policies of the new GovernmentThe election has been decided and our industry is in for a large amount of change.
09-11-2017 more >>
REINZ October reportMedian residential property prices across New Zealand have increased by 1.2% year-on-year to $525,000 according to the latest data from the Real Institute of New Zealand (REINZ)
02-11-2017 more >>
2017 ANZ survey of residential property investorsHere are the key findings of the 2017 survey
16-10-2017 more >>
2017 NZPIF Conference - Making connectionsThis is the annual NZPIF Conference.
13-10-2017 more >>
Security of tenure for tenantsOne of the election topics within the housing realm was security of tenure for tenants.
09-10-2017 more >>
Nick Goodall of CoreLogic examines the post election marketNick also asks the question where are we headed now?
07-10-2017 more >>
ANZ Property Focus for SeptemberIn this monthâ€™s feature article, our Chief Economist Cameron Bagrie provides some quick answers to topical housing market questions
02-10-2017 more >>
Official Cash Rate (OCR) unchanged at 1.75 percentStatement by Reserve Bank Acting Governor Grant Spencer: The Reserve Bank today left the Official Cash Rate (OCR) unchanged at 1.75 percent.
28-09-2017 more >>
Protection of tenant rights"It is important to protect tenant rights," said Andrew King, executive officer of the NZ Property Investorsâ€™ Federation. "However, it is not correct to say that tenants have no rights in New Zealand and that tenancy laws need to be rebalanced towards the tenant".
18-09-2017 more >>
Landlords offer stable tenanciesA survey of 816 rental property owners shows that 49% would like their tenants to stay in the property for a very long time as they have no intention of selling. Another 12.7% would like them to stay for at least the next 10 years after which they may start thinking about selling the property.
15-09-2017 more >>
Facts not scaremongeringIn a Radio NZ interview today, Labour's housing spokesperson said that the NZ Property Investors' Federation (NZPIF) was scaremongering by releasing findings of a survey that showed that nearly three quarters of rental property owners would increase rents if some of Labour's housing policies were introduced. He also said that NZPIF did not explain why this would happen.
14-09-2017 more >>
State of the rental property providers surveyThe NZPIF membership survey was conducted between 7 and 12 September 2017. There were 816 respondents.
13-09-2017 more >>
816 landlords react to Labour's housing proposalsThe NZ Property Investors' Federation (NZPIF) received 816 responses to a survey of rental property owners giving their thoughts on a variety of matters currently affecting their industry.
13-09-2017 more >>
Labour needs to front up on housing policiesTo assist voters in their decision making on September 23, Labour needs to front up on the cost of their housing policies for rental property providers and their tenants.
11-09-2017 more >>
Activity of two relatively new tenant advocacy groups. .These groups sent out a call to their supporter database and social media channels asking for peoples "stories" about how they found renting and the condition of their rental properties. They then interpreted these stories to produce a report of what renting is like in New Zealand.
09-09-2017 more >>
NZPIF comments on Labour policy announcementsHere are comments on the policy statements released by Labour on Sunday
04-09-2017 more >>
Landlord bashing is going too farBecause of a minor technicality, a dunedin landlord has been forced to refund back to their tenant all the rent that they paid over a nine month period.
01-09-2017 more >>