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The politics of houses

Monday, July 14, 2014
Upcoming policy changes affecting Auckland property investors

With the General Election merely weeks away and housing being the epicentre of the political battlefield, it is time for property investors to understand the positions of each of the major political parties and how our investments are likely to be affected.  

Below is a summary table of the four major political parties and their policy positions for the seven hot button issues for investors: 

  National  Labour Greens New Zealand First
Rental Warrant of Fitness  Targeting state houses and those receiving accommodation supplement Mandatory for all rental properties  Mandatory for all rental properties  
Capital Gains Tax   No Yes 15% (excluding family homes) Yes (excluding family homes)  
Ring Fencing Losses "Bach tax precedent"  Yes Yes  
Heating and Insulation   Healthy Homes Guarantee Bill Energy Efficiency Conservation Bill  
Residential Tenancies Act  No Yes Yes Yes
Rent Freeze   Yes With Limits Yes
Regulation for Foreign Investors  No Overseas Investment Bill Yes Yes

Source: New Zealand Property Investors' Federation 


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