With the long grey winter coming to a close, spring has seen new life with leaf buds and spring flowers starting to grow. If you are a green enthusiast, enjoy gardening or have a naturally wet area on your property then why not consider fencing it off and creating a pond.
Many New Zealanders who are in the process of buying and selling a house will be affected by the Covid-19 Alert Level 3 guidelines.
Under Level 4 restrictions, many settlements could not be completed because the vendor could not move out and the purchaser couldn’t move in.
Covid-19 is infecting my mortgagee repayments!
New Zealand’s property market over the past few months has been buoyant. First home buyers have been missing out on a property when multiple offers are presented with buyers making offers above the asking price.
Here are a few things to think about before you enter into an agreement to sell.
A new Trusts Act 2019 will come into effect in January 2021 and will be the most comprehensive overhaul of New Zealand’s Trust law in more than 60 years.
A significant number of our clients have Family Trusts and there is now a window of opportunity of 14 months to review these Trusts.