11 August 2022 14:01
Kia ora members! This brief note is to remind members of a great opportunity to become involved in a six-week trial providing access to members to the complete library of New Zealand property-related case law.More ›
19 July 2022 09:38
Countdown to Conference 2023 Tēnā koutou katoa, It’s a real pleasure to be penning this column in the wake of a very successful and unique National Property Conference in 2022. The online conference and AGMs were unprecedented and served to demonstrate what a ‘can do’ approach to events outside our control can achieve.More ›
10 June 2022 16:57
With less than a week before the start of the online National Property Conference the already strong line-up of speakers has been given a further boost with more top presenters joining the programme. The latest signings include the CTU's Economist and Director of Policy, Craig Renney and Naylor Love Chief Executive Officer, Rick Herd.More ›
10 June 2022 00:34
There has been a changing of the guard at the top of the Property Institute of New Zealand and the New Zealand Institute of Valuers following this year's online Annual General Meetings. Following a Board meeting today, Ben Gill has formally been appointed as PINZ President following the departure of Luke van den Broek, while Heather Beard has been appointed by Council to take on the NZIV Presidency following the decision by Adam Binns to step down.More ›
27 May 2022 10:02
Join us at the 2022 Annual Conference It gives me great pleasure to invite members of the New Zealand Institute of Valuers to attend this year's online Annual Conference. In the past couple of years we have all become very familiar with the online format and the upcoming Conference is shaping up to be an engaging and dynamic event, with something for all property professionals but particularly for valuers. I'd urge you to review the programme if you haven't done so already, the speakers are first-class, and the learnings on offer are second-to-none.More ›
20 May 2022 10:23
Tēnā koutou katoa
It's an incredibly busy time of year for your Property Institute's National Support Team as we prepare for some of our biggest and most important events. We have refused to dwell on the challenges of the last year or two and choose to focus on the positive changes we can embrace.
We have an opportunity to challenge the status quo once again, and embark on doing something different and special, as we look forward to our first online National Conference.
12 April 2022 14:30
The Property Institute is proud to offer members a taste of what's in store at the upcoming online National Property Conference.Your 2022 Conference registration offers you access to ALL of the sessions with a maximum 12 CPD points on offer for the whole event.More ›