Anne Gibson from the NZ Herald, recently wrote an article about a report NZIER Economist Shamubeel Eaqub wrote on the state of the housing market in NZ. Shamubeel has become quite vocal in his opinions on housing over the past couple of years and produced an interesting piece. However, much of the data that Eaqub uses is meaningless without explanation and is used in such a way that it supports his point of view.
Dear NZ Government… I am writing to you with grave concerns regarding Section 61 – Abandonment of Premises. I am an Independent Property Manager of some 9 years. Recently I have had a tenant “abandon” the premises. Read more and see the reply!
In areas that are dry or have extensive gardens or orchards, you may require more water than you would like to pay for from a town supply. So how can you do this?
I recently had a distressed call from a young landlord. He said how come you managers have not released the bond for my new tenant who used to rent off you?
There are several things happening on a broad front by Nick Smith. I do wonder if there is some sort of master plan or if he is responding to the many voices screaming for his attention. At times I despair and think he has been taken hostage by the rabble.
You have no control over the result of a Tribunal Hearing so get your act together and sort the problem before this last resort has to be used – and that doesn’t mean just going through the motions.