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Hamilton property listings escalate during October but sections remain scarce

By The Lodge Real Estate Team on 2021-11-16

Spring has seen new residential property listings in Hamilton jump up to over 614 listed for sale according to realestate.co.nz, but empty sections remain hard to come by for buyers.


Will I need to pay tax if I sell my house?

By The Lodge Real Estate Team on 2021-11-14

To help you determine whether you’ll need to pay a property tax, here’s a run through of how Zealand’s tax laws have changed—and what they could mean for your home sale.


Rental market buoyant, but is a boom on the horizon?

By David Kneebone on 2021-11-12

October saw the rental market retain its buoyancy and we expect that to continue as we head into the last few weeks before the Christmas/New Year break. Lodge Rentals had over 3,000 tenant enquiries in October and we signed up 100 new tenancies in 31 days, all while under alert level 3 restrictions.


The transforming face of Hamilton City

By The Lodge Real Estate Team on 2021-10-28

Hamilton is an exciting place to be, with the city undergoing a period of transformation from every angle. Have a watch of our latest video, where our Managing Director Jeremy O’Rourke and Stark Property’s Matt Stark talk through the key developments to keep your eye on, covering residential and commercial activity.


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As the weather heats up, so does the rental market

By David Kneebone on 2021-10-18

Firstly, thank you to all our clients for your patience during the upheaval caused by the recent alert level changes. We know it can be a tricky time for many, so please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team if you have any concerns or need extra help with anything.



Property investors rotating portfolios to manage tax changes

By The Lodge Real Estate Team on 2021-10-14


Property investors are rotating their portfolios selling off older properties to buy newer ones as they seek to manage their investments against changes to property tax rules and Healthy Homes standards.


Setting up your maintenance fund

By Lodge City Rentals Team on 2021-10-06

While your tenants will ensure your investment is bringing you a return, there will inevitably be maintenance and repairs required at various times. Some of these will be unexpected, others you can plan for, but either way it’s important to have finances set aside to cover these costs.

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