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The OneRoof Radio Show

Home is where the heart is, and there’s no question that Kiwis LOVE property. Newstalk ZB’s OneRoof Radio Show is a full-house of property talk, tips and tricks. Leading industry experts join us to discuss and debate the latest in market trends, investments, DIY and much more. Step inside The OneRoof Radio Show and make yourself at home.... Show More

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September 18, 2020 40 min
OPINION: Kudos to Dominic Stephens and the economists at Westpac for admitting they got it wrong earlier this year when they predicted that house prices would drop by seven percent in the wake of Covid-19.
Westpac wasn’t alone, of course. All of the major trading banks expected the market to drop. We now know that the opposite has proved to be the case. House prices were largely unchanged during the first lockdown because it was alm...
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Otago landlords with unruly tenants are being told to give them the boot before a law change makes that even harder to do.
But the group representing tenants' rights said the move was "highly unethical".
Limitations to terminating a rental were among new changes to tenancy rules that come into effect next February.
Landlords would need firm evidence, such as video of several anti-social events before going to the Tenancy T...
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September 4, 2020 40 min
Want to get into some DIY at the weekend?
Newstalk ZB “Resident Builder” Peter Wolfkamp joins The OneRoof Radio Show to share his knowledge.
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New Zealand rent prices recently dropped for the first time in a decade, leading some property experts to blame Airbnb owners for the drop.
CEO of the Property Council Leonie Freeman joined The One Roof Radio Show on The Weekend Collective to share her thoughts on the future for Airbnb.
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The Reserve Bank will extend the mortgage deferral scheme but is still working through the details with the banking sector.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson announced the scheme on March 24 after an agreement was reached between banks and the banking regulator.
The Government-approved scheme enables banks to allow customers to reduce or suspend mortgage repayments for up to six months, without the Reserve Bank considering those loans...
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Exactly how Auckland property deals will be affected during the next few weeks won't be known until REINZ releases its August sales spreadsheets around mid-September.
The latest Real Estate Institute data shows Auckland’s median house price increased by 11.5 percent over the past year to $920,000.
A third more properties were sold in the region in July this year, compared to the same month last year.
But the big question is whethe...
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A bill that increases security and stability for tenants has passed its final reading in Parliament tonight.
The Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill removes rental bidding and changes the period for rental increases to 12 months.
The most significant change when it becomes law will see so-called 'no cause' evictions disappear.
At the moment landlords can give a 90-day eviction notice to tenants on open-ended tenancies without...
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Bindi Norwell, Chief Executive at REINZ joins The One Roof Radio Show on The Weekend Collective. Listen to the audio above.
What do high crime rate area, bad neighbours and a smelly home have in common?
They are the most common property pitfalls for New Zealander house buyers.
Over 2190 New Zealanders were surveyed by independently-owned mortgage comparison site, Finder, about key features that are turn offs when they are buying a pro...
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Ashley Church is a property expert for One Roof. He joined The One Roof Radio Show on The Weekend Collective to share his advice on becoming a successful property investor.
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We still have an issue with unhealthy homes in New Zealand, so what needs to change?
Newstalk ZB “Resident Builder” Peter Wolfkamp joins The OneRoof Radio Show to share his advice.
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Property expert Sara Hartigan joined The One Roof Radio Show on The Weekend Collective to share her advice on buying a new home straight off the plan, along with mortgage holidays and the future of hotels in New Zealand.
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This week on the OneRoof Radio Show, we are joined by CEO of the Property Council, Leonie Freeman. 
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OneRoof Property Commentator Ashley Church joins The Weekend Collective to share his thoughts.
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Property expert Sara Hartigan joined The One Roof Radio Show on The Weekend Collective to share her advice.
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This week on The OneRoof Radio show we are joined by Ashley Church discussing LVRs, what the property market could look like in Level 1 and what migration could do to the market. 
 
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Want to get into some DIY at the weekend?
Newstalk ZB “Resident Builder” Peter Wolfkamp joins The OneRoof Radio Show to share his knowledge. 
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This week on the OneRoof Radio Show we are joined by CEO of the Property Council, Leonie Freeman. 
We dive into the issue of buying and selling post Covid-19, is 2020 a right off for the property market? 
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Community housing providers say they are shovel ready to help the Government build the 8000 new public houses promised in today's Budget, but also warned this was only half of what was needed.
The planned 8000 new state-owned houses would more than double the current programme to build 6400 homes for residential and transitional housing for homeless people.
The move was also expected to bring greater certainty to construction com...
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