Category : Property Valuation and Chattels

Property Valuation Services – Who To Use?

By: Hadar Orkibi | 2015 November 1

Obtaining The Service of a Registered Property Valuer – Good Call   There are many reasons why you might need property valuation services in New Zealand. Whether you are buying or selling property, property valuations are essential to ensure the [...]

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NZ What a great place to live.

By: Property InDepth - Rene McLean | 2014 June 17

Basking in the midday sun today I couldn’t help wondering how the population in the UK was enjoying their summer today with only marginally higher temperatures, colder water and rain. Perhaps that’s what Brisbanites think of us in the winter [...]

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A wake up call for Valuers

By: Property InDepth - Rene McLean | 2014 March 4

The Valuation Industry is in the process of getting a bit of a wake-up call. Property IQ , in conjunction with one or more of the banks, are proposing a ‘clearing house’ type system whereby Valuers instructions are received from [...]

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Chattels Depreciation The Basics

By: Valu It | 2014 February 25

As you have an interest in property investment you may have heard the term “Chattels Valuation”. This article will cover the basics of depreciation and future articles will cover the changes that have taken place in recent times. Before we [...]

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Registered Property Valuers How can we help

By: Property InDepth - Rene McLean | 2013 October 19

Property Indepth – Your Local Registered Property Valuers : What is happening in the market and how can we help? Hope everyone has had a great Waitangi day and is ready for some gruelling 5 day working weeks now that [...]

Auckland Property Values – Unitary Plan

By: Property InDepth - Rene McLean | 2013 April 16

Act NOW! Auckland Investors & Property Owners – Preserve Assurance Of Subdivision   Apologies to those in other parts of the country but like the Rugby on Saturday Night, Auckland will be dominating this months article on property valuation. The [...]

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Auction Action Its Getting Wild Out There

By: Property InDepth - Rene McLean | 2012 March 20

Wild Prices On Auctions In Auckland Auctions seem to be flavor of the month for real estate agents at the moment, and so they should be – there’s some pretty wild prices being paid for property at the moment. I [...]

Have your rating Vals gone well

By: Property InDepth - Rene McLean | 2011 November 18

Have your Council Rating Valuation gone well?   Well accordingly to the news papers 2 weeks ago quoting QV stats, Auckland is surging ahead whilst the rest of the country is stagnant; then a week ago they report, using the [...]

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Snoway Id buy an apartment

By: admin | 2011 August 19

“Snoway I’d buy an apartment?” This has been the Mantra of many an investor I have come across – ‘I like to have a piece of dirt’. Why? Do you go around to your rental property to harvest the Taro [...]

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Depreciation – now every reason to claim and no reason not to! Over recent years a couple of things have held many investors back from claiming their full depreciation entitlement, and accountants from recommending it. 1. Uncertainty over what IRD [...]

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Auckland Market Looking Sound

By: Property InDepth - Rene McLean | 2011 March 10

Usually the 3 main centres survive the downturns well, however clearly the tragic events of Christchurch result in a market in which no one will really know for some time whether prices have increased, decreased or remained static. Would be [...]

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A Promising Start For Investors

By: Property InDepth - Rene McLean | 2011 February 10

A promising start for investors Those who own a house should be thankful after seeing the headlines depicting the shortage of rental properties in Auckland. And those with a few spare houses might well consider themselves very fortunate indeed. Despite [...]

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Present state of the market Nov 2010

By: Property InDepth - Rene McLean | 2010 December 4

Yields on investment property continue to improve with static prices and increasing rents. In South Auckland it continues to amaze me the levels of rent being achieved for properties which can accommodate extended families. One example is a renovated 3 [...]

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