NZ Property Investor

WRITE OFF OR NOT?

A deep dive this month into a question that comes up often, a seemingly small matter but one that impacts many investors’ decision-making.

It strikes me as a missed opportunity that the Government would use a heavy stick like the Healthy Homes legislation to force investors to make sensible upgrades to properties (that are in the interests of tenants’ wellbeing), when making a clear statement that

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