Agent who sold P-contaminated house to Kapiti family was not licensed

  • The agent who sold a young family a P-contaminated house did not have a valid licence, according to the Real Estate Agents Authority.

The news comes less than a month after Harcourts offered Kiel and Emma Moore-Jones $5000 in return for agreeing the agency was not liable for the contaminated house, and pledging not to complain to the authority.

The couple bought their house in Te Moana Rd, Waikanae, on January 12. They moved in six days later, with plans to renovate.



Kapiti couple Kiel and Emma Moore-Jones, with their two young daughters, unknowingly bought a house contaminated with methamphetamine in Waikanae.

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