Turns out a key government policy and ongoing push to end no-cause terminations is based on zero data. Zip, nada, nichts, none! This smoking gun email…
Hardly a day goes by without someone moaning about the cost of renting a house. But owning a rental property isn’t just sunshine and rainbows. Here’s why… Guest post by Peter Lewis
Labour has finally abandoned its flawed KiwiBuild target. Is it the death knell for first-home buyers, or could there be a glimmer of hope, asks Olly? It built houses where first-home buyers don’t live, like Wanaka, at prices first-home buyers can’t afford, like $650,000, so it’s no surprise Labour has abandoned its KiwiBuild target.
As if we needed more proof of this Government’s war on landlords, its new Careless Damage Law has set the scene for worsening tenant-landlord relations. It started with a pot of boiling oil and finished with new laws passed this week. First the boiling oil.
Trade Me reports rising rents and hot demand for dwindling supply of rentals. Have Government rules had unintended, but entirely predictable, consequences?
The Greens “Big Reveal” that a rent-to-own scheme will solve our housing shortage suits the party of recycling & global warming. It’s just old hat reheated.