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Archive: 2019

News from CoreLogic

CoreLogic has the tools to assist property investors with their research
24-04-2019 more >>

NZPIF applauds the Government decision not to introduce capital gains tax

"The NZ Property Investors' Federation (NZPIF) applauds the decision not to introduce a capital gains tax" said Andrew King, Executive Officer of the NZPIF. "This tax would have no effect on the housing market except to make rentals more expensive. This would be unfair on tenants".
17-04-2019 more >>

Corelogic

Want some insight into the current property market? Join us for an enlightening evening with Nick Goodall, Head of Research at Corelogic NZ. Nick is a self-confessed numbers geek, but has a knack for passionately telling a story based on the facts and figures to inform a wide range of audiences. Nick will present a fresh and informative view of the NZ property market. Drawing on macro-economic data as well as CoreLogics unique datasets Nick looks beyond what you hear in the media to provide the whole picture with whats going on in the property market and where its likely heading. Headline topics such as investor activity and the construction industry are key focuses as we progress through 2019. Corelogic NZ is a leading property information, analytics and services provider which regularly deals with and informs Government organisations such as the Reserve Bank of NZ as well as banks, real estate agencies and consumer groups.
08-04-2019 more >>

Check your events, news, and pages on mobile

📱 A significant number of our members view our website on their phones. Make sure your content looks good on a mobile device! And check the index page as well as the article itself.
03-04-2019 more >>

Tax Working Group report

The Tax Working Group has released their report and as expected it is a comprehensive (except for the family home) Capital Gains Tax.
01-04-2019 more >>

Rentals are not undertaxed

In the Friday, 29 March Herald, Dominick Stephens said "property is more lightly taxed than other forms of investment". He quoted a Treasury and Inland Revenue report to back up his claim. That report was also used by the Tax Working Group. However economist Bevan Wallace found serious errors in the report and showed that the conclusion that rental property is undertaxed was wrong.
01-04-2019 more >>


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