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Kapiti family homeless after buying meth Their plight and others in similar situationshaveprompted calls for mandatory methamphetamine testing whenselling orrenting properties, andbetter real estate guidelines.
READ MORE: Housing New Zealand meth contamination numbers growingKiel and Emma Moore Jones bought their house onTe Moana Rd, Waikanae,on January 12. They moved in six days later, with plans to renovate. However, peopleliving nearbywarned themthat same louis vuitton alma for sale day that the home's former residentsmight havesmoked methamphetamine, or 'P'. Theshocked couple tested the house that night, which confirmed contamination. They moved their belongingsout of the home the nextday and had been staying with family ever since. Furthertests showed the clean up would cost about$20,000. But instead the coupleplanto demolish the house, fearing it would forever beknown as a "meth house". Kiel'smother, Julie Moore Jones, said on Monday the family was talking toreal estate agentsHarcourts in Waikanae, who sold them the property, seeking compensation the cost incurred by the contamination. She startedcrowd fundraisingfor her son and his familyonGivealittlelastThursday to help them coverthe extra costs they faced because of the problem. "The kids are looking at having to double their mortgage. They are going to have to rip the house down for a start." Moore Jones believed mandatory testing of houses for sale or rent should be introduced so that nobody else was caught out. Harcourts'Waikanae owner Eliot Falconer said the agency was working with the family, includingfurther testing of the property. Agents were required by law to identify potential issues with properties and advise buyers accordingly. "We need specific guidelines and it may become law that people need to provide a [methamphetamine] test before selling a property." Last week, Housing New Zealand revealed 279 of its 68,000properties nationwide had tested positive for methamphetamine contamination in the six months to the end of last December, including 41 in the greater Wellington region."I think if there is any hint louis vuitton artsy gm brown that it louis vuitton briefcase ebay might be contaminated, the recommendation is to have it tested, but I wouldn't want to say every house in New Zealand needs to be tested for P before going on the market." Property Institute chief executiveAshley Church believed methamphetamine testingwould swiftly become a standard condition on sale and purchase agreements. "It's almost becoming the new leaky homes.
" The Ministryof Health'sguidelines for decontaminating houses from methamphetamine focused only on louis vuitton purses neverfull sites of clandestine meth labs, rather from people using the drug in a house. EnviroCheck, a nationwidecompanytesting homesfor methamphetamine,believed as many as 18 per cent of New Zealand's houses were contaminated. "I know of more than 60 cases where people have bought a house then they get a knock at the door a few weeks later by a neighbour saying 'You should check your house'," chief executive Todd Sheppard said.
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