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Guide to a successful tenancy application

First impressions count Just like a job interview, arriving well-presented and on time goes a long way to help make a positive first impression at a property viewing. Some successful renters even go so far as printing a “renting CV” or cover letter, with information...

Top tips to make the big move smooth!

Finally, the big day has arrived. All the paperwork has gone through and you have the keys in your hand. Moving into your new home should be the exciting and easy part, right? Some people rate moving houses as one of the most stressful experiences you can go through,...

How To Manage Your Property

How to manage your property. Key points that every landlord should know. It all starts with a plan. Owning an investment property should not be treated lightly, knowing that your biggest investment is getting you the right returns and being looked after by screened...

Landlord’s Insurance

Landlord’s insurance Most people see the benefit in insuring big-ticket items such as cars, homes, and their life and health, and it should be no different when it comes to investment properties. Having a property manager gives you exclusive access to a specific type...

Capital gains tax is now dead in the water – so what’s next?

Many investors breathed a sigh of relief when it was announced Jacinda Ardern would not take on board the tax working group’s recommendations to implement a capital gains tax (CGT). And we can be sure this shouldn’t come again for a while – Jacinda was adamant it...

Tips for renting with pets

Happy pet day! To celebrate today and our furry friends, we’ve got our five tips for how to find a rental property when you have pets.    Have a pet reference If you have a good relationship with your neighbor and they love your pet, ask them to provide a reference...

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