In response to article: http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/BU1807/S00170/property-institute-move-a-game-changer.htm What is known now, not over the “next couple of years”, is that there is in fact standards’ that must be meet. The current Residential Tenancy 2016 amendment Act, Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and the Healthy Homes Guarantee Act 2017 all provide the requirements for Properties and […]
Article by Roya Gorjifard Fire is a chemical reaction that needs three essential elements to happen, called the “Fire Triangle”. Heat – Ignition source includes everything that produces heat or spark such as heaters, naked flames, smokers’ materials (cigarettes, matches, etc.) Fuel – Burning substances or fuel such as paper, furniture, plastic, loose packing materials, […]
A New Approach for Property Management – Rental Warrant Of Fitness What is the fact? Based on Tenancy Services two of Landlord’s Key Responsibilities are: Provide and maintain the premises in a reasonable condition Comply with all building, health and safety standards that apply to the premises QUESTION – What is the measure to guarantee […]
“This can only be achieved when all parties involved feel slightly aggrieved by the outcome” – Graham Roper, General Manager Rental Warrant of Fitness ✔Rental Warrant of Fitness certainly fits as a truism to this statement. New Zealand will never implement and have a process of governance until all parties feel slightly aggrieved by the […]
Question Raised: Are Rental WOF’s Too Tough? From Rental WOF’s already conducted, many people have expressed their concern or raised the question, are Rental WOF’s Too Tough? We would like to respond to these questions and concerns raised.
Response To The Article Rental WOF’s Struggle To Gain Traction Wellington City Council’s Rental Warrant of Fitness system seems to be struggling to gain traction, as highlighted in a recent stuff article. We would like to express our response to the article and address why we think their system is struggling.