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In a sudden U-turn, Housing Minister Phil Twyford is now contemplating compensation for those who were unfairly affected by meth contamination.
Landlords hoping that they might get compensation for unnecessary meth decontamination work are out of luck.
A new Government report has found that there is no evidence that third-hand exposure to methamphetamine causes adverse health effects.
It’s believed a tenant made more than $12,450 from Airbnb but only $2,150 of those profits have been awarded to the landlord.
The Tenancy Compliance and Investigations Team has sent a clear message to all landlords that failing to address maintenance issues impacts severely on the wellbeing of tenants.
Extra landlord costs are being blamed for higher rent prices around New Zealand.
A Christchurch landlord has been ordered to pay $4,100 after a non-compliant gas supply and non-working smoke alarms were found at one of her properties.
Housing Minister Phil Twyford has introduced a Bill to outlaw letting fees for tenants.
Proposals to allow landlords to evict tenants with just seven days-notice for methamphetamine contamination have been criticised by the Salvation Army.
A report on New Zealand’s housing market needs better analysis of the Wellington rental market.
Revenue Minister Stuart Nash has confirmed the bright-line test on residential property sales will be extended from two years to five years in legislation currently making its way through Parliament.
An independent study of New Zealand’s housing sector has found the housing crisis the country faces is deeper and more entrenched than previously revealed.
Professionals are the latest property management brand to join the Tenancy eBundle family as an entire franchise.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson has called for Wellington tenants to dob in dodgy landlords who are unfairly raising rents.
An Auckland landlord has been slapped with a $2000 fine.
Landlords welcome longer-term tenancies but remain cautious about other proposed tenancy law changes.
The end of the year is finally here so it’s time for our grand draw to see who wins a trip for two to Fiji.
The government will push through its Bill preventing foreign purchasers from buying existing New Zealand houses by early next year.
The Tenancy eBundle is now 1 and to celebrate we have a special offer just for the month of December.
The new Labour-led Government maintains that the passing of the Healthy Homes Guarantee Act won’t increase rent prices across New Zealand.
In this month’s documentary training, we breakdown the four key pieces of legislation which will impact your business in the next 12 months:
Dunedin landlord Vic Inglis has won a landmark appeal at the Dunedin District Court.
National argue that the Bill is simply a duplication of previous legislation.
Even minor improvements to new buildings can make a significant difference to tenants’ comfort, new research from the University of Otago has found.
A survey of Auckland renters has found a strong majority maintained their ambition to own a home of their own.
A Tenancy Tribunal Adjudicator in Christchurch has delivered an order that could signal the days of full rent refunds for tenants are numbered.
Delivering a Healthy Homes Guarantee Bill in 100 days is the first important task on the desk of new Housing Minster Phil Twyford.
The new Labour-led Government will launch a rent-to-own home scheme.
A big-shake up to the residential rental industry is imminent under the newly-formed Labour led Government.
The insulation and property management industries are encouraging landlords to insulate their properties sooner rather than later.
The Anderson v FM Custodians High Court decision may have happened four years ago, but it’s only in recent times that it has seriously shaken up the residential rental industry.
In the tightest election in living memory, we layout where the parties stand on two of New Zealand’s most divisive issue.
An Invercargill landlord has been ordered to pay a total of $38,713.76 in exemplary damages and costs for failing to lodge bonds.
The Labour Party have promised to abolish letting fees and give a more stable environment for Kiwi tenants if they form a new Government after this month’s election.
The Wellington City Council is to launch a voluntary Rental Warrant of Fitness for minimum housing standards in Wellington,
A snapshot of what content is covered in the RTA Amendment Bill Training with Scotney Williams.
Submissions are now open on the Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill that targets meth, tenant liability and unlawful tenancies.
The Amendment Bill which provides better protections and clarity for tenants and landlords has passed its First Reading in Parliament.
New Zealanders will be able to better manage the risks of methamphetamine in residential properties following the release of a new standard.