For property investors, putting up their home for rent is a good way to secure another stream of income. The problem is, most new landlords fail to understand the complexities of renting out a property and often overcharge or undercharge tenants leading to more complicated issues down the line.
It's no secret that landlords have needed to provide heating in a living area of their rental properties for quite some time.
How long has it been since you’ve reviewed how your investment is performing? Your local LJ Hooker property manager can assist you in getting the best out of your property.
There has been recent media attention around smoke alarms and hardware stores no longer replenishing stock of ionisation alarms. So, what does this mean for you as a landlord?
Whether you’re a landlord or a tenant, it’s important to know the differences between a periodic tenancy and a fixed-term tenancy so you can choose the one that suits you best.
Your best investment opportunity might not be just out your front door, yet travelling across New Zealand to inspect a property may not be an option either. So, is buying sight unseen a wise decision?
Some landlords refuse to entertain the thought of having pets on their investment property. Perhaps the landlord doesn’t want the risk of damage to their property or they may simply not be animal lovers.
Buying an investment property is an aspiration of many. When it is done well it can set you up for a comfortable retirement, help fund school fees, holidays and much more.