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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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NP industrial site turns housing development

NP industrial site turns housing development

22 April 2019

A new 32-lot residential subdivision in New Plymouth will continue the trend of industrial land making way for inner-city living, one expert says.

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One week on from the Christchurch shootings.....

One week on from the Christchurch shootings..... National Propertyscouts

22 March 2019

THIS IS NOT US....

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FAQ:

FAQ: National Propertyscouts

4 March 2019

How often should routine inspections be carried out?

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Doom and gloom, it’s not all bad

Doom and gloom, it’s not all bad National Propertyscouts

4 March 2019

Warren Buffet – “be fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful”.

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Government announces the Healthy Homes Standards:

Government announces the Healthy Homes Standards: National Propertyscouts

4 March 2019

The proposed standards created wide debate and public consultation closed in October 2018.

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An idiots guide to ring-fencing

An idiots guide to ring-fencing National Propertyscouts

4 March 2019

The Bill relates to residential rental property, which is defined as land with a dwelling on it occupied for residential purposes, or, bare land that could have a residential property built on it.

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Rental squeeze grips country as rents climb to record highs in Wellington and Auckland

19 February 2019

New Zealand's major cities are in the grip of a rental squeeze that is not only hitting students, but also pensioners and young professionals working as teachers, chefs and engineers.

The demand has sent national rents soaring to new heights with Auckland and Wellington also hitting record highs and pundits tipping the traditional "March madness" month to be even busier.

It also appears that no quick end is in sight as population growth and a shortage of new houses are behind the record rents, analysts CoreLogic warn.

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