“Landlords supply around 85% of the homes that tenants live in, but they are facing a large number of increased costs.” There tends to be a negative few on landlords, but this article looks into what it is really like to supply rental properties, and how it is increasingly becoming difficult.
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Parents are clogging up the capital – stopping their cars in the middle of roads, causing delays and creating safety concerns during school pick-up and drop-off periods. To alleviate the mayhem, and congestion, Wellington City Council wants to develop a school travel plan focused on "active transport" options and alternative pick-up zones. Comments may be used in print unless marked NFP (not for print)
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Last year we wrote about how regulation isn’t going to help tenants. A year on, and the conversation remains the same. Increasing regulations means greater cost which is passed onto the tenant.