YES - Amounts from $20,000 to $2M - mortgage secured to 75% value of property VALUE
no HAVING TO PAY PRINCIPAL INSTALMENTS AND/OR INTEREST INSTALMENTS DURING THE LOAN TERM OF 1 TO 12 MONTHS yes
PREVENT YOUR BUSINESS FAILING - REFINANCE YOUR REAL ESTATE - TAKE ADVANTAGE OF BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES - AN IMMEDIATE ADVANCE TO RIGHT THE HOUSE/BUSINESS BEFORE A REFINANCE - HAD A PROPERTY MORTGAGE APPROVAL WITHDRAWN ?
poor credit OK
nz wide (most of nz but not all) OK
loan arrears OK
settlement in days YES
property valuations needed NO
cashflow records needed NO
financials needed NO
will fund start ups YES
will pay IRD arrears and other dangerous situations eg Property Law Notices YES
instant approvals YES
source of funds australian - all loans in nzd YES
operating already in nz YES
started in australia in 2004 YES
major non-bank lender in australia YES
4.9 client approval rating out of 5 YES
property location in cities and provincial centres OK
loan terms 1 to 12 months + YES
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I was hoping to get in contact with someone from the Māori, Pasifika and Indian community who have either struggled to find a rental or buy a home.
The housing crisis has affected all three groups particularly badly, so if there's anyone who comes from these groups who is willing to talk please drop me a message: email@example.com
The Sunday Star-Times is looking into the rise of transportable/ kit-set/ pre fabricated homes. The upsides are build-efficiency, quality of design, and cost. The downsides appear to be land supply, red-tape with council and difficulty getting lending from banks. If you're willing to share your experience - good or bad - email firstname.lastname@example.org, otherwise leave a comment. Is there an aspect of transportable housing you'd like us to enquire about for you?
How worried are you about coastal erosion in Auckland?
Auckland's shoreline could recede by 200m by 2130 if little to no action on climate change is taken.
The report, titled "Predicting Auckland's exposure to coastal instability and erosion", details the impacts this will have on communities the Auckland region.
Sea level rise is notoriously difficult for scientists to follow and this has meant coastal erosion rates have been difficult to predict.
New Zealand's sea levels have risen an average 1.67mm per year since 1989, but the Ministry of Environment says this will accelerate if little action is taken on climate change.
What do you think should be done about it? Share your thoughts below and don't forget to type NFP if you don't want your comments used in your local community newspaper.