Welcome to Hono

He waka hono tangata

A canoe that unites the people

We are so excited to welcome you to Hono, one of the most powerful member benefits in Property Council history. Hono is your connection to our greatest resource – 10,000+ property peers who share your challenges, uncertainties, and successes. Hono is a space to develop trusted relationships, ask questions and exchange ideas.

I’d like to thank the 100 beta testers who have been ‘trying to break’ the system over the last few months. Collectively, they have tested every facet of the software, ensuring it is ready for you to jump in and take for a spin.

You have been subscribed to the Hono Daily Digest, meaning you’ll get one email each day containing all the previous day’s posts. If you’d like to change that to real-time (you’ll get an email every time something new is posted), no emails (you can view the discussions online but won’t receive email), or unsubscribe, watch the helpful tutorial below.

You can find additional video tutorials, with instructions on how to log in, update your profile picture, post in the community, and update your job title or company details on the homepage here.

If you have an idea for a group or forum that doesn’t exist yet, email us at community@propertynz.co.nz and we’ll work it into our planning.

To kick off the discussion, we want to know what you love about working in property.

To post an answer to the group, use the “Reply to discussion” link found to the right of this message in your email. Note, the regular “Reply” button in your email will not work for these messages.

We hope you find value in Hono and participate in the discussions – like anything, you’ll get out what you put in and we greatly encourage you to get to know this new tool as we seek to better connect New Zealand’s largest industry.

Ngā mihi nui.

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