One landlord, hundreds of quake-affected properties
Mon, 09 Jul 2012 7:00p.m.
Campbell Live has met a lot of people affected by the Christchurch earthquakes, who have struggled through their dealings with EQC and insurers, but no one perhaps more so than Christchurch’s biggest private landlord, Liz Harris.
While most people only have their own damaged home to deal with, Liz is has literally hundreds of quake affected tenancies.
You can imagine the size of her headache, but with the efforts she's making to rehome, reinvest and rebuild she's also one of the city's biggest hopes for the future.
Watch Natasha Utting’s report.
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10/07/2012 2:22:35 p.m.
Did you not see the story at all.
What a great woman. What a pity petty jealous small minded people cant see her for what she is.
We need people like her who stand up for the less off.
10/07/2012 9:00:13 a.m.
Fair NZer wrote:
Having to speed up her dealings with EQC and insurers to house desparate tenants, perhaps Liz should be recommended for at least an Award from Her Royal Highest, The Queen of the Commonwealth, on the advice of any NZ PM....
9/07/2012 11:21:26 p.m.
Every decade we get closer and closer to being a country of Serfs living on our lords land while paying off their mortgage's.
Thank god i got out of that trap.
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