Nice Place in the Media

As industry specialists, Nice Place has been mentioned in the media across various housing stories.

 

Tenant is forced to hand over more than $12,000 after furious landlord discovers they were subletting the room out on Airbnb

A tenant who illegally sublet his apartment on Airbnb and made more than $12,450 has had to hand over the profits to his landlord.

The apartment, in New Zealand's capital Wellington, was sublet at least 54 times over a six month period.

Source: Daily Mail View the article

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Sub-letting on Airbnb could land you in hot water

People renting out their landlord's properties on Airbnb could stand to lose every cent they make.
A Wellington landlord's been awarded more than 12-thousand dollars after his tenant rented his apartment out at least 54 times.

Source: Newstalk ZB Listen to the interview

 

Tenant forced to hand over Airbnb profits after angry landlord investigates

The landlord of a Wellington property has been handed the tenants' Airbnb profits, by the Tenancy Tribunal.

Source: Stuff View the article

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Landlord awarded tenant's Airbnb profits after property illegally subleased

A Wellington landlord has been awarded a tenant's Airbnb profits in a decision that could open the door for property owners to recover profits from subleasing.

Source: NZ Herald View the article

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Tenants fined for sub-letting property on Airbnb

March 6, 2017

A Wellington couple have been fined after sub-letting a rental property on Airbnb. 

Source: NZ Herald View the article here


Property manager's win bolsters landlords in tenancy law

October 14, 2016

A Wellington property manager hopes he has struck a blow for landlords over a case which involves five cats and unclean carpets.

Source: Stuff View the article here

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Government's new installation plan set to cost landlords thousands of dollars

June 30, 2016

From tomorrow onwards rental properties will have to have working fire alarms and by 2019 have both floors and ceilings insulated. 
Source: 1 NEWS View the interview here