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  • Ronald McDonald House Appeal 2018

    Ray White is proud to support one of the most valuable Houses in New Zealand. Ronald McDonald House provides free accommodation and support for families with children in hospital. This alleviates the financial, emotional and practical burdens that families face during a highly stressful time. Tonight over 100 families will … Read more

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  • Property Manager Gives Bad Smoke Alarm Advice…

    How much are you required to do to meet smoke alarm legislation as a landlord? See more here. Come along to our free Landlord Information evening and find out what the exact requirements are. For more information and to register, click here.

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  • I Should Have Used a Property Manager!

    A Wellington property owner has lost his nest egg to methamphetamine. He handed over the keys to the Wainuiomata home he bought in the 90s, selling it for $230,000, well below its rateable value of $295,000, after discovering it was riddled with the drug. “They’re just scumbags, they don’t deserve … Read more

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  • Police Wastewater Drug Tests Show Meth

    Police wastewater drug tests show meth is the most common drug in Auckland and Christchurch! Three months of testing by the Institute of Environmental Science and Research recently have found significantly higher quantities of methamphetamine than other drugs, with quantities similar in both Christchurch and Auckland. To find out more, … Read more

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  • Are you getting the best deal on your property investment portfolio?

    How is your loan structured? The structure of your loan can really make a difference on what returns, both long and short term you can gain and everyone’s situation is different. A financial advisor, and accountant have the tools and knowledge to ensure you are getting the best deal, tailored … Read more

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  • Tenancy Services Takes on Enforcer Role – Is Your Rental Property Compliant?

    MBIE’s new Tenancy Compliance and Investigation team kicked off their work late last year with an investigation of some Dunedin student flats. Team manager Paul Coggan said the level of non-compliance identified during this operation was concerning, especially in the area of the current insulation statements now required on tenancy … Read more

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  • Are Your Tenants Using or Manufacturing Meth?

    Are your tenants using or manufacturing meth in your property? Are your tenants behaving suspiciously? What signs should you look for when conducting a routine inspection? What’s the best way of keeping meth users out of your rental property? Is this all being blown out of proportion? What sort of … Read more

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  • Does the Health & Safety Act Apply?

    Does the Health & Safety Act apply to my residential rental property? Yes. The Health and Safety at Work Act applies to all business activities. Residential rentals are a business, and so the HSWA applies, and as landlords (and their property managers) are in control of those premises they become a … Read more

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  • Who’s Responsible for ‘Accidental’ Damage in Rental Properties?

    Do you know what your insurance policy will cover you for? Do you know what the tenants can be held liable for? What does this mean for landlords? For many years Landlords and Property Managers were able to hold tenants accountable for any damage they caused at the property, whether … Read more

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  • Did You Know You Can be Fined up to $4000?

    Did you know you can be fined up to $4000 for not complying with the new smoke alarm legislation in rental properties? Do you know what your requirements are? Do you know what your tenants obligations are? Want to find out more? Please join us at our community Landlord Information … Read more

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