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If your rental property has been vacant for a few weeks through winter, this may even mean a fresh approach is in order.
Did you know that, each year, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) receives approximately 49,000 applications to the Tenancy Tribunal?
One big question landlords ask when they’re looking to sell their rental properties is whether they should take the property to the market tenanted or uninhabited.
Gen Ys are rapidly becoming property orphans as they give up on buying their own homes and load themselves up with debt to take holidays and fund other lifestyle purchases, according to credit analytics company Veda.
Landlords who own prime office property may soon start to increase rents significantly after a tough few years, Alan McMahon, national director of research and consultancy at Colliers International says.
Many regions of New Zealand are experiencing a shortage of quality properties on the market for sale.
Candles are special… so take special care
HERBS: Plant in a warm spot. For spring there are many you can plant including coriander, oregano, rosemary, basil, tarragon, caraway, dill, thyme and parsley. Just be careful of late frosts!
You are more likely to have a fire when someone new is staying in your home.
You will all agree it’s great to see the days getting longer. Roll on summer.