Tauranga Property Investors' Association
Monthly Meeting - July - Kyron Gosse (Tiny Homes Guru)Join us at our monthly meeting where we will hear from Kyron Gosse, the tiny house guru!!
10-07-2023 more >>
Monthly Meeting - June - AGM & Keynote from Brent BastinJunes meeting will be our AGM followed by our evening sponsor Luke Nicholls, Co-Founder of the Keyhook property management app, followed by our main speaker Brent Bastin.
12-06-2023 more >>
No benefits for renters in the 2023 BudgetThe 2023 Budget has done nothing to ease the pressure on tenants as their property owners struggle with rising costs, forcing them to increase rents in order to stay financially viable.
31-05-2023 more >>
The Monetary Policy Committee today voted to raise the Official Cash Rate (OCR) from 5.25% to 5.50%.The Committee agreed the level of interest rates are constraining spending and inflation pressure. The OCR will need to remain at a restrictive level for the foreseeable future, to ensure that consumer price inflation returns to the 1% to 3% annual target range, while supporting maximum sustainable employment.
24-05-2023 more >>
Budget 2023 continues the Government’s commitment to tackle the housing shortageBudget 2023 continues the Government’s commitment to tackle the housing shortage by delivering 3,000 more public housing homes, supporting more people at risk of homelessness, building more houses for Maori and those impacted by recent severe weather events.
19-05-2023 more >>
Monthly Meeting - May - PMG FundsJoin us in welcoming and hearing from our new Gold Sponsor, PMG Funds, who will be our speakers at the May meeting. Historically, investing in commercial property was perceived as an asset class only accessible to the ‘Old Boys Network - for those ‘in-the-know’, and only for those with big budgets. But thanks to organisations like PMG Funds, this is now simply not the case.
08-05-2023 more >>
Proposed changes will benefit tenants and landlordsA large proportion of rentals in New Zealand are offered by private landlords. The State cannot house all who need accommodation and National is to be congratulated for seeing private landlords as part of the solution to the difficult housing situation in New Zealand and not the problem.
30-04-2023 more >>
Large rent increases in January not maintainedFebruary rental statistics from the Bond Centre have been released.
16-04-2023 more >>
Monthly Meeting - April - Don BrashWe are delighted to confirm that Don Brash, Former Reserve Bank Governor and Former Leader of both the National and Act Parties will be our guest speaker for April! Please note this meeting is on a Tuesday rather than Monday due to Easter.
11-04-2023 more >>
Official Cash Rate increases from 4.75% to 5.25% todayThe Monetary Policy Committee today increased the Official Cash Rate (OCR) by 50 basis points, from 4.75 percent to 5.25 percent. The Committee agreed the OCR needs to increase, as previously indicated, to return inflation to the 1-3 percent target range over the medium term. Inflation is still too high and persistent, and employment is beyond its maximum sustainable level.
05-04-2023 more >>
Supply of rentals decreasingSue Harrison says that the survey of members in February this year, highlights the changes in members’ attitudes since 2021 when the same survey was carried out
23-03-2023 more >>
Monthly Meeting - March - Ingham Mora AccountantsJoin us at our monthly meeting where we will hear from Ingham Mora accountants who will be presenting on tax issues that investors should be aware of, including recent legislative changes.
13-03-2023 more >>
What's ahead for renting in 2023Phenomenal rain in Auckland and other areas causing destructive flooding is life as we know it in a world facing pandemics, climate change, and other challenges such as earthquakes and eruptions.Â Taking on investment properties has never been for the faint hearted and the risk profile seems ever increasing.
01-03-2023 more >>
Reserve Bank increases the Official Cash Rate from 4.25% to 4.75%The Monetary Policy Committee today increased the Official Cash Rate (OCR) from 4.25% to 4.75%.
22-02-2023 more >>
Monthly Meeting - February - Social EventImportant update: We will be postponing our Monday night meeting by a week, and instead have our event on Monday 20th February 2023 due to poor weather conditions.
20-02-2023 more >>
Survive and thrive the year of challengesStatistics show how much our government relies on private landlords to provide rental accommodation with a current level of around 85% of rental homes privately owned.Â The Government has introduced significant residential tenancy legislative changes favouring tenants and alienating landlords over the last few years.
15-02-2023 more >>
Overall rent increases less than inflationSue Harrison. President of NZPIF, says December rental statistics from the Bond Centre have been released and it is evident that rental prices over the whole of New Zealand have increased by less than 5.1% in the year to November 22 at a time when overall inflation rose to 7.2%
14-02-2023 more >>
For those whose rentals have been floodedInformation from the NZPIF Executive Team
30-01-2023 more >>
Immediate improvement possible to the cost of livingChris Hipkins could make an immediate improvement to one aspect of the cost of living.
25-01-2023 more >>