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  • Airbnb Owners – The Covid-19 Conundrum

    Airbnb has a huge market in NZ and Kiwi’s take pride in our high standards of hospitality – in fact we are a country with one of the highest ratios of Superhosts in the world. The benefits of being an Airbnb host are myriad but as tourism and hospitality … Read more

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  • COVID-19 – how does it affect your rental property?

    As we continue to tackle the impact the COVID-19 Level 4 lockdown is having on all of us I wanted to share some information which may assist both tenants and landlords in this time of uncertainty which surrounds us all. What will happen to my job, my home, life as … Read more

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  • What does 2020 look like in Property Management

    Further Regulation of Rental Properties 2020 is set to be another busy one in property management with the latest round of tenancy legislation, Healthy Homes Standards, due to come into effect on 1st July 2020. The first part of the legislation requires all new or renewed tenancy agreements to contain … Read more

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  • Investment Properties in 2019 – What can we Expect?

    Happy New Year! On the back of a very eventful 2018, as we begin 2019 a lot of us who own investment properties will be wondering what this year will bring? What we do know is that the deadline to have all rental properties insulated by the 1st of July … Read more

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  • Insulate your rental property – not someone else’s pocket

    Whilst it may still seem a long way away the deadline for all rental properties in NZ to be insulated of 1st July 2019 is creeping up fast and the suppliers of insulation products, and the installers, are warning that if you leave it too late there will be a … Read more

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  • UNCONSENTED PROPERTIES RENTED OUT COULD COST YOU MONEY!

    The consequences of renting out an unconsented dwelling has once again caused problems for a landlord, when the tenant took him to the Tenancy Tribunal as part of a claim for exemplary damages. The tenant had other claims including the issuing of an unnecessary 14 day notice for rent arrears, … Read more

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  • What Does the Gluckman Methamphetamine Report mean for Landlords?

    This morning I attended a Ray White webinar which was talking about where landlords stand following this report being made public and on the back of the Government announcing that they are re-opening their state houses which were previously deemed as being contaminated as the tested levels were above 1.5 … Read more

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  • Another Win at Tenancy Tribunal!

    We have had another win at the Tenancy Tribunal this morning! The owner who was previously looking after the property themselves – came to me a few weeks back very stressed as the tenant was not paying the rent or looking after the property – and they wanted her gone! … Read more

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