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Auckland District Law Society is calling for new regulations to ensure that local authorities take a more consistent approach on properties suspected to be labs.
Often, property owners will have to make amendments to their rental investment in order to attract a quality tenant and achieve the rental return they desire. With a new year fast approaching, plan ahead to make your investment more attractive for 2015.
Have you checked your sum insured?
Help protect your home from burglars these summer holidays:
Many families will join together with friends to celebrate Christmas.
New Zealand at present has two different economies and two different real estate markets.
Building and Housing Minister Dr Nick Smith announced “changes to the delivery of key tenancy services are set to streamline and speed up processes for landlords and tenants.
As the summer holiday period approaches, we are reminding people to be extra vigilant about protecting their homes with some easy-to-remember precautions.
The Christmas and New Year period is a demanding and busy time for all. A time, where if a tenant is going to have a hangover of unpaid rent it will most likely be during this period.