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January, February and March are typically the busiest renting months for property management specialists and this year is no exception with reports that the phone is ringing hot and the emails are flooding in.
The new government I believe, are looking to make housing New Zealand tenants more accountable – as up until now there has been a lifestyle of dependency with many tenants abusing the system.
Tenancies can often start or terminate at the end of the year. As we approach the end of 2014, it’s important to consider what your movements will be.
Research the Market It’s no secret that saving money while paying rent every week is no easy task. However, you’ll be happy to know that there are ways to minimise the amount of rent you pay, and get a little extra going toward your savings account.
If you are renting a home, enjoying it and loving the location it’s important that you are aware that the owners of that home (the landlord) will be faced with rate hikes and insurance increases.
LJ Hooker General Manager Keith Niederer says “We have seen some investors cashing up one or two of their portfolio capitalizing on the recent capital gain predominantly in the Cities rather than the regions.
For a variety of reasons, landlords sometimes wish to end a tenancy before its term has finished.
No early out agreement


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