You might not know it, but you need a Property Manager. And if you make the (wise!) choice to use one, you might also want to get a bargain. But have you also thought about all the hidden extras your money pays for?
Who’s responsibility is it to maintain the swimming pool and to provide the equipment to run a swimming pool?
Renting is an increasingly popular lifestyle choice for many New Zealander's. It’s an arrangement between yourself, your property manager and your landlord, so be aware of your obligations to make sure the ‘tenant life is the good life’. Below are some tips to help this happen:
Polished floors are common place in New Zealand. In fact many of the big, bold villas that were built in NZ from 1880-WW1 invariably feature polished floors.
TPS (Tenancy Practice Service) recommend landlords ensure their rental properties are well heated and ventilated. Warm and healthy rental properties help tenants avoid illnesses and make them more likely to stay longer.
Here is a helpful list of questions to ask a professional property manager before engaging their services.
Owners of investment properties are urged to carry out thorough maintenance of their properties throughout every season, but especially throughout cooler seasons.
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