Auckland property company Silverfern Property Services, which took millions in taxpayer funds to house the homeless, has left Inland Revenue (IRD) and landlords out of pocket after going into liquidation, RNZ reports. The property company received more than any other outfit for emergency housing – $14.7 million – and charged nearly $2000 per client per week to house people in rental properties it managed across South Auckland. Creditors are already starting to come forward to make claims, and the company has not yet returned its wage subsidy payment.