On September 23rd, New Zealand’s future is up for grabs as the country rushes to the polls to decide who will be in charge. Every election is important, but with so many key issues being raised over the course of this year’s campaigns, this election seems to be much more enticing.
The future is coming. Property management is finally being dragged out of the dark ages. 🔮
At a recent conference held in Taupo for the New Zealand Realtor’s network of property managers, our team was able to discuss with some of the leading property management agencies across the country, the changing face of our industry.
It is no secret that property management is a changing industry. From changes in legislation to the increasing understanding by tenants of what to expect from a landlord, property investors and property management companies have got their work cut out.
It has long been understood that property managers offer varying levels of service, but mostly they just collect the rent.
Now, is the time to challenge the perception! 🤜
Landlords prepare. Silly season fast approaches! 😱
Recent history suggests that Wellington’s rental market is under some serious pressure...
With a shortage of rental properties and good levels of tenant interest, prices are being kept at a premium and finding rental property can be difficult for many tenants.
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Wellington’s rental market is booming. 🚀
Landlords across the capital are seeing rental prices remain strong, with the capital’s lack of inventory not able to keep up with demand...
At around a quarter of the inventory levels of Auckland, Wellington sits as one of the regions with the lowest number of listed property for rent, fuelling the fire in Wellington’s rental crisis.
Inspections are a waste of time.
You spend 15 minutes of valuable time every 90 days walking round the house looking at a ceiling here, a wall there and making sure the doors still open and close.
It's pretty basic stuff...
Of course, this is not our opinion as a property management agency, but the opinion of an alarmingly high number of private landlords we have spoken to in recent times.
Warning: This article contains elements of self-promotion.
It is no secret that Wellington’s rental market has been a hot media topic of late.
With rents rising 6.8% from January 2016 to January 2017 attention was inevitable.
However, there are now calls from some quarters that finding tenants is more difficult and that investors should lower their rent or face up to four-week vacancies.
In Auckland, there are 1,805 listings advertised on popular rental search sites whereas Wellington has only 570.
Topics: property management
There is a simple fact that us kiwis are now facing, and that is that New Zealand doesn’t have enough houses to go around. 😢
Local councils and governments are crying out for more to be built with an expected population growth to 5 million people in the next three years.
There is no doubt then that the housing crisis claims thrown around by the media may have more standing than initially suggested.
New Zealand’s rental market is starting to prepare for its newest guest, a polarising app expanding from America. 🤔
Rentberry is a self-proclaimed ‘price negotiation platform’ which offers a closed loop solution for landlords where ‘everything’ can be done in one place.
There is, however, one key point which is set to throw a curveball to those invested in the rental market in New Zealand.
It's no secret that insurance for your investment property is an important decision.
In fact, as a property management agency, it's something we recommend that you simply cannot go without.
In this article, I am going to bring to light some potential issues we see daily... and what you can do about it.
Let's get started.
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