13 March 2023 12:23
Property Institute News - March 2023
Tēnā koutou katoa,
I want to acknowledge our colleagues who are experiencing unprecedented weather-related hardship & disruption.
A significant rethink of financing, insurance and planning is likely to come, which will impact on all Kiwis in one way or another, particularly members.
24 February 2023 16:51
Cyclone And Flood Guidance For Property Professionals
Attention: Members of the Property Institute and the New Zealand Institute of Valuers,
In the past week your Institutes have been working hard on your behalf to secure reliable advice from officials relating to the operations of property professionals in the wake of the devastating floods.
21 February 2023 13:27
Cyclone & Flood Information For Valuers
This summer is one that we'll remember for a very long time.
The recovery from the devastating damage wrought by weather events, including the most recent Cyclone Gabrielle, will likely take years.
On behalf of NZIV I wish to offer our thoughts and best wishes to those who have been affected. I expect there'll be many of you.
17 February 2023 08:27
NZIV Message From Acting President
To our Hawke's Bay & Tairāwhiti ColleaguesGreetings all,
We hope you, your families, and staff, are all safe and well.
This has been a week that Hawke's Bay & Tairāwhiti will add to history. There's no doubt a long tail and long recovery is coming. I am sure you have all been affected in some way or another. More ›
08 February 2023 16:07
Standards Alert Update - Second Exposure Draft - ANZVGP104 Insurance Assessments
The API & PVSB are systematically reviewing its standards to meet the changing and future needs of Members.
API and The New Zealand Property & Valuation Standards Board have reviewed the paper Valuations for Insurance Purposes and released an exposure draft for consultation between 2 November 2022 and 18 November 2022.
API and PVSB have reviewed the feedback and comments received during the consultation period. Based on feedback received, extensive changes have been made and the revised exposure draft paper has been drafted.
07 February 2023 14:03
Standards Update ANZVGP 115 Contamination Issues - Real Property
In conjunction with the Australian Property Institute, the Property and Valuation Standards Board has undertaken a review of NZVGP506 Valuation of Contaminated Landand issued a new guidance paper. The joint API/PINZ guidance paper ANZVGP 115 Contamination Issues – Real Property is recommended best practice. ANZVGP 115 Contamination Issues - Real Property - Effective date 1 July 2023.More ›
31 January 2023 09:52
Serious weather event
The Property Institute of New Zealand offers its warmest thoughts and sympathies to members suffering during the ongoing storms in the Upper North Island.More ›
20 January 2023 09:37
Property Institute News - January 2023
Tēnā koutou katoa.
Happy New Year and a warm welcome from the Property Institute to 2023.
We have a very full programme of events this year and it's off to a roaring start.
19 January 2023 13:38
NZIV Newsletter - January 2023
- NZIV President celebrates new arrival
- AGMs getting underway
Heather will be taking parental leave as the new baby settles in and has delegated Vice-President Matt Snelgrove to act on her behalf, supported by Vice-President Andrew White, while she is on leave.
The Institute's in safe hands over this period. More ›
19 December 2022 13:23
NZIV December 2022 Update
NZIV President's Christmas Message Thanks for all the support in 2022 Experienced Valuers know that when times get tough, we get even busier.More ›
19 December 2022 13:14
IPAC/COMPRO - December 2022 Update
Merry Christmas - Grab a break if you can Buckle up. 2023 looks like its going to be another bumpy year for property professionals. After a year of change, the immediate future looks like it could be just as challenging.More ›
19 December 2022 13:11
Plant & Machinery Valuers Institute - December 2022 Update
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year It's been a very long and challenging year for us all, and the Plant and Machinery Valuers Institute Council hopes that members have a relaxing and enjoyable Christmas and New Year with friends and whanau. Stay safe and we'll catch up with you all in 2023.More ›