Within the last few months we have seen and heard of multiple cases, for example in Greymouth, Christchurch and Auckland, where tenants have had anti-social incidents that have resulted in either full-time security guards being placed outside houses or trespass notices being given to tenants to prevent them from disturbing their neighbours in Kainga Ora houses. 26-02-2021 more >>
In an opinion piece in the Sunday Star Times on 7 February, Bernard Hickey once again made unfounded, inaccurate and untrue statements about rental property providers in New Zealand. 15-02-2021 more >>
Please join us for our first meeting of the new year with guest speaker Scotney Williams, L.L.B. Scotney, a renowned tenancy lawyer and principal of tenancy.co.nz, will be covering the recent major RTA changes, interpretations of the legal jargon, and practical dos and do nots with compliance.
The date of this meeting has changed to Monday 15 February as Waitangi day is being observed on 8 February.
All guests will incur a door charge of $40.
Given recent COVID19 restrictions we will be limiting the attendance to a maximum of 60 people to allow for physical distancing. 15-02-2021 more >>
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand - Te PÅ«tea Matua is putting in place more stringent loan-to-value ratio (LVR) restrictions to reduce the risks to financial stability caused by high-risk mortgage lending. The LVR restrictions do not apply to new residential construction. 09-02-2021 more >>
The NZPIF agrees with the Privacy Commissioner NZPIF response to the Privacy Commissioner that the collection, retention, and disclosure of personal information on tenants must be open and fair. 04-02-2021 more >>