If you’re a landlord, you most likely want to be breaking the stigma that tenants typically don’t have good relationships with their homeowners. While it’s true that some relationships can be trying, if you put in a little effort at …
As mentioned in my last newsletter the issues are ongoing. Since writing the April Nelson PIA newsletter I have had a tribunal case involving meth and also aspects of the Osaki case. The adjudicator came from out of town. I …
I was asked recently by one of our members how to do a credit check. I was thinking about this request when an important email came in from IAG about Meth contamination. IAG is the market leader in New Zealand …
A low maintenance tenancy is an attractive prospect for most landlords. Who wouldn’t want to minimise their expenditure and workload, while maximising their steady profit potential? While the allocation of gardening duties may seem like an easy area in which …
A lot has been written about the new law that has been passed. MBIE will talk about it at our next meeting. They might even mention about some things that should have been included in the amendment such at the …
Reducing heat loss in a rental property is one great way to keep tenants happy and encourage them to stay longer. When buying a rental property, make sure that you get a proper inspection to check what sort of problems you might have with moisture, ventilation and heating!