Our last meeting of the year was on Tuesday 14th December with Derek Smail and Darryl Olverson from Ecotech Nelson and Tony Frost by Zoom from somewhere. The RTA is being kicked into touch, and Glenn's inbox and phone calls.
Family Violence and the RTA, advice for landlords and tenants on seeking a rent reduction, and despite record numbers of new homes coming on stream the number of homes for rental or sale is still at rock bottom.
Our fifth meeting of the year was supposed to be Tuesday, 24 August 2021. Our speakers were supposed to Derek Smail and Darryl Olverson from Ecotech Nelson and Tony Frost by Zoom from China. All were cancelled because of Covid-19 restrictions.
Our fourth meeting of the year was on Tuesday 13 July 2021. Our speakers were Kathryn Marshall, General Manager, and Carl Da Costa, top Sales Consulant, from the Williams Corporation.
Our third meeting of the year was on Tuesday 1 June 2021. Our speakers were Jacqui Deans, Growth Co-ordinator from Tasman District Council, and Lisa Gibellini, Team Leader City Development, Nelson City Council, talking on Intensification in our urban areas.
Our second meeting of the year was on Tuesday 20 April and our speaker was Sharon Cullwick, NZPIF Executive Officer.
Our first meeting of 2021 was Tuesday 9 March 6pm with a visit to Resene Paints.
Speaker was Brett Whiteley from Westwind Projects and Courtenay Isherwood from Isherwood Consultants Limited. Residential Tenancies Ammendment Quiz , the Tenancy Agreement Sample, and some Handy Hints.
Speaker was Stewart Henry from Summit Rentals. Residential Tenancies Ammendment Bill is now law, and one of the Nelson PIA members, Harry Pearson, is offering a 10% discount on self storage/container storage options.
Speakers were from BNZ and JB Were. "What on Earth is Going on?", latest on rental numbers and housing issues. Rental freeze ending in 26 September 2020. Reminder that a being a financial member of the Nelson Property Investors Association entitles you to monthly issues of the NZ Property Investor magazine.
Speaker was Dr Nick Smith. AGM meeting announcement, landlord training course, membership benefits, the investment property market in Nelson. Call to renew annual membership.
Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill and the January Newsletter Follow Up.
Last minute change of venue and speaker. Now Barry Rowe, the Director and Registered Valuer from Duke & Cooke.
The year ahead and what the "experts" forecast. Visit to Resene Paints.
Speaker was Andrew King Executive Officer of the New Zealand Property Investors Federation. MBiE Renting and You seminars, and Churn of tenants and landlords.
Speaker was Mayoral candidate Mel Courtney. MBiE Renting and You seminars, Media perceptions, Self Resolution of Tenancy Problems.
Speaker was Liz Harris from Franklyn Village. MBiE Renting and You seminars, and loss of quiet enjoyment.
Speaker was Nick Goodall from Core Logic. The market and what on earth is going on?
Speaker was David Faulkner, Director of Real IQ. Nelson Tasman Housing Trust.
Speaker was Sue Harrison from Christchurch talking about holiday homes as an investment. What is the government up to?
Mitre 10 night out. Study of Nelson asking prices on Trade Me rentals.
Speaker was Graeme Dick from Projects and Ventures. Stop the world I want to get off. A voice from the wilderness. Analysis of Trade Me rental property rent. Letters in the mail.
Speaker was Leonie Freeman, awarded the Property Institutes Life membership and the Supreme Property Award for 2017. Meth contamination stinks.
Speaker was Mike Jones from BNZ Markets. Did Phil Twyford have a light bulb moment?
Mix and mingle night. It is all go out on the building sites. Old dog learns a new trick that had been forgotten.
Speaker was Nick Brunsdon, Research Analyst from BRANZ. Bunnings night out. What some other people are writing about the market.
Our host was Nick Rose, the Nelson Complex manager of Bunnings.
Mix and mingle night. Renting your property in the current market. Change of Government. Christchurch Rebuild – the good news continues.
Meth residue, testing, unintended damage
House price increases; how New Zealand compares to other countries
Nick's Pancia, Health and Housing, The Market