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Online property scams — what you need to know
Property management scams in New Zealand
Property rental scams NZ
Avoiding property management scams
Tips to identify property management scams in New Zealand
Common property management frauds in NZ
REINZ property management members from two of the most affected regions; Auckland and Hawke’s Bay, tell us their stories and the harsh lessons that came with it.
Zoe Garner and Victoria Heyes share their experience with incorporating virtual assistants into their business — and why you might want to do the same.
Businesses are being warned to pay more attention to cybersecurity or face financial consequences and other risks for failing to adequately protect data. So, the big question is: are you confident in your business’s cybersecurity?
By incorporating machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI), our Automated Valuation Models (AVMS) have been taken to new heights, enabling the most accurate property valuations to date.
After the recent Auckland floods and the effects of Cyclone Gabrielle and regular seasonal droughts, the impact of climate change is top of mind for many.
With our world feeling less certain than ever, good financial planning is crucial. Here are some top tips for approaching your finances amid a looming recession from Pathfinder Asset Management.
Getting caught up in the doom and gloom of the markets’ recessionary adjustment? Don’t. There are some exciting pockets of growth happening around Aotearoa that will bode well for our future.
Advances in technology have continued to enhance our work day-to-day. We can conduct online viewings, utilise virtual assistants, and manipulate artificial intelligence (AI) to help with content marketing — but where does it stop?
Jo Rae, Head of Property Management at REINZ shares six tips to consider before entering the property management profession.
We examine how blockchain technology might be used in the real estate industry to enhance processes by reducing friction in complex transactions, broadening service offerings, facilitating tokenisation, increasing transparency and more.
Responding to demand, Auckland has seen an increase in the number of new houses being built. Auckland Council has issued record numbers of residential building consents over the past few years.
As a real estate business coach, Jasmine Platt has watched from afar as well-intentioned people fail — she don’t want that for you. Jasmine takes us through the importance of business planning.
The real estate market is changing. It’s critical to understand the change and be able to adapt to it. For real estate professionals — the ability to be flexible and recover quickly in the face of change — is vital.
Selling a property? Have you done your due diligence on leased fixtures? While they may be permanently attached to the property, if they are leased at the time of selling there are added considerations, you’ll need to support your vendor through.
We are delighted to announce the following winners from the 2022 REINZ Awards for Excellence – the real estate profession’s annual national awards evening.
Almost one in four in New Zealanders identified as having a disability in 2013. As a person ages, their functional abilities change, which is why it is crucial for a home to be a comfortable and reliable environment that promotes independence.
The Ministry of Justice has released an engagement document proposing to broaden the notification rules under the Privacy Act 2020 (the Act). The proposed rules would significantly change how real estate agencies and REINZ collect and use sales data.
Overseas buyers need the right advice on the rules for buying a property in New Zealand to comply with the law. Real estate professionals should have the right resources and a good understanding of how to point buyers in the right direction.
A bipartisan announcement on new Medium Density Residential Standards brings forward and relaxes development rules across high growth cities in New Zealand. But how will the infrastructure needed for this denser development be funded?