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It’s been a busy week for our industry with the Office of the Privacy Commission releasing new guidelines for what landlords and property managers can ask prospective tenants in tenancy applications.
The new Healthy Homes Standards have been announced but National leader Simon Bridges says they will drive up rents.
Landlords appear to be upgrading properties ahead of a July deadline for mandatory insulation, but not quickly enough to clear a backlog projected by the government.
It will be an unlawful act to charge a tenant letting fee from December 12, in time for the busy letting season of January and February.
The landlord of a Wellington apartment has been awarded the full amount of the tenant’s profits from Airbnb subletting in what is believed to be a precedent setting District Court appeal.
The Tenancy Tribunal has confirmed they will follow generally accept 15 micrograms per 100cm2 as the minimum standard for meth contamination in rental properties.
The proposed reforms to the Residential Tenancies Act fails to acknowledge unpaid rent.
Tenants in New Zealand should receive an early Christmas present with letting fees set to be outlawed in December.
The Government has released the eagerly awaited discussion document that will form the foundation of the Healthy Homes standards.
A real estate boss is warning that a proposal to scrap ‘no cause’ tenancy terminations will make it more difficult for some tenants to find a new rental when they move on.
The Government is pushing ahead with rental reform that is set to change the landscape of tenancy law in New Zealand.
Landlords and property managers are being criticised for asking prospective tenants for their bank statements when vetting for new tenancies.