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Real Estate Professional Conduct and Client Care Rules 2012

Guiding Kiwis through home buying and selling

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Things You Don’t Want to Forget When Moving into a New Home

Things to remember when moving houseThings You Don’t Want to Forget When Moving into a New Home Moving house is an overwhelming task and many things can get lost or be forgotten in the process, from actual objects to the smallest bits of paperwork or important documentation. And you only find out about it when you’re already at your new

Moving house

Need to make a move following the sale of your property?

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If you are serious about your homes security we highly recommend that you see this article

An introduction to home renovation

Rising house prices and spending plenty of time indoors has made a lot of homeowners reconsider how to best utilise their current space. For many of us, we can’t afford to keep moving home, nor are there enough houses on the market to guarantee homeowners a new property in the location they want, at the price they want. As a result, home renovations are on the rise

Sustainable living:A homeowner’s guide to maximising energy efficiency during COVID-19 and beyond

Guide to Asbestos in the Home

Homes built before the 1980s could expose homeowners, their families and others to asbestos possibly hiding in cement, floor tiles, insulation, walls and pipes. Our Guide to Asbestos in the Home can help protect you and others from exposure.

Asbestos Exposure and Home RemodelingAsbestos Exposure and Home Remodeling

Asbestos exposure most often occurs in the workplace and can cause major health issues, including mesothelioma. Asbestos exposure and home remodeling can also be an issue…

Homeowner’s Guide to AsbestosHomeowner’s Guide to Asbestos

Asbestos is the name given to six silicate mineral fibers that occur naturally in the earth’s crust. It has been widely used in industry, residences and consumer products. The individual fibers are microscopic and can be seen only with an electron microscope.
Handling, damaging or disturbing asbestos can release these fibers into the air, where they can be inhaled. The human body is unable to absorb or dissolve these fibers, so they lodge deeply into the lungs, causing scar tissue and cancer cells to develop over a period of 10 to 40 or more years.