As you may be aware there are a few legislation changes to the Residential Tenancies Act currently going through Parliament which is very exciting as some changes certainly need to be made to some of the current outdated, and in my opinion quite frankly, unfair law.
It’s been cold. Not much happening in the garden right now? Or is there. Spring is just around the corner and you don’t have to look far to see new growth in the garden. Spring bulbs are coming through. In some cases flowering and early blossom is also starting to show. All signs of the warmer weather to come.
The standard response when you’re thinking about selling your home but are not sure when, is “sell in spring”. And there’s plenty of truth in that as warmer, drier weather and post-winter itchy feet drive potential buyers out to open homes.
I have just been to one of my meetings and I was watching a visitor who had come along to Elite6 for the 1st time and it inspired me to write this blog!
I spent almost 14 years as a coach driver. In that time I worked with people from all over the world. It was a job I enjoyed immensely, travelling round mainly the South Island of NZ, working with people who were on holiday. I considered my job was to work with the Tour Escort to give people a great experience in their visit to NZ.
The garden may be looking a bit empty at this time of the year but there is plenty to do in preparation for the coming season.
With the rapid rise of Airbnb and similar share economy businesses in NZ and across the world, the way we use and utilize our assets is forever changing (in a good way).
At this time of the year everyone is getting busy, and often the wallet is getting stretched a little bit further, so it is very important that tenants understand that just because it is the holiday season, that does not mean they can have a wee 'break' from paying the rent!
Well all it takes is having a great elevator speech using just 25 - 35 words and 30 - 60 seconds! Well all it takes is speech coaching, it's just making the commitment to face our fear and move out of our comfort zone!
So... You’re sick of living at home?, Following Mum and Dad’s house rules?, Time to get out and live life with some friends?, Well it’s all fun and games when it goes right but you can be tied into all sorts of trouble if it goes wrong.
Office fit out pitfalls are not always obvious, so we thought we would give you some valuable information to help when you are considering your next move or refurbishment. An office fit out is possibly the largest capital expenditure for a business, getting it right is therefore vital.
The owner purchased the property three years ago, and then was offered work in Australia where he has lived for the past three years. He offered the property to his friend to live in at a greatly discounted rental rate per week.
Preparing to rent out your property? Here are 7 invaluable tips to help you make sure you select the right tenants; your property is well looked after; and you maximise your return on investment.