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In an unexpected move, the deadline for landlords to include detailed information in their tenancy agreements about how their property meets the Healthy Homes Standards has been extended.
The New Zealand farming community is asking the government to review legislation that allows tenants to stay in accommodation.
The property management industry will effectively begin a ‘new normal’ from midday on Friday the 29th of May.
More FM’s Polly and Grant interview tenancy.co.nz consultant Scotney Williams on the COVID-19 legislation
The two main changes for the property management industry at Alert Level 2 is that routine inspections can resume and that property viewings can occur with much more flexibility.
New details on how private viewings may be conducted under Alert Level 3 have been outlined by government.
While the detail around what the property management industry can and cannot do is not totally clear, there is an indication that businesses will be able to operate under safe circumstances.
Mortgage holidays have become a serious option for some because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but what exactly are the implications for a landlord or home owner?
The Government is introducing a six month freeze on residential rent increases and increased protection for tenants from having their tenancies terminated.
In this Snippet, we want to discuss the potential economic and social impacts to your business and give you practical advice, where possible, on how to deal with coronavirus.
Heating requirements will be changed and no-cause terminations will remain, should National win the election.
The countdown is on for all interested parties to make submissions for the Government’s controversial RTA Amendment Bill.