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Separating Couples: How To Protect Your Finances

Separating Couples: How To Protect Your Finances

13 May 2019

Divorce and relationship breakdown is one of the major reasons why property owners are forced to sell property, and unfortunately, the consequences can be very costly if it’s not handled correctly from the beginning.

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Rate cut: What it means for NZ house prices

Rate cut: What it means for NZ house prices

9 May 2019

The Reserve Bank's cutting of the official cash rate to 1.5 per cent makes the scenario of Auckland's housing market dropping sharply more unlikely, according to experts.

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Yields creeping upwards

Yields creeping upwards

2 May 2019

 After many years in the wilderness, yields on rental properties are picking up which should appeal to those trying to adapt to the changing property investment landscape.

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FAQ

FAQ National Propertyscouts

30 April 2019

What is an address for service?

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Intentional Damage

Intentional Damage National Propertyscouts

30 April 2019

What is the tenants obligation when damage occurs at a rental property?

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Asbestos

Asbestos National Propertyscouts

30 April 2019

Know your obligations when it comes to ASBESTOS

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Unlawful Entry

Unlawful Entry National Propertyscouts

30 April 2019

Landlords obligations to notify tenants before entering a rental property

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Risk Managers

Risk Managers National Propertyscouts

30 April 2019

Property Managers are in fact property risk managers

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Capital Gains Tax

Capital Gains Tax National Propertyscouts

30 April 2019

Goodbye CGT ..... for now at least

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Home sales fell by almost 13% in March – REINZ

Home sales fell by almost 13% in March – REINZ

15 April 2019

Home market activity continued its downward trend in March, with home sales throughout the country almost 13% lower than the same time last year.

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