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Property management makes for a stress-free investment

By The Lodge Real Estate Team on 2020-08-04

When record low-interest rates came to New Zealand at the start of 2020, Bryce saw an opportunity. The chance to secure a long-term investment for his future was too good to ignore, which led him to browse through real estate listings.

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The dos and don’ts of tenant screening and conducting background checks

By The Lodge Real Estate Team on 2020-01-13

There are rules and regulations all landlords should be aware of when conducting tenant screenings and background checks, particularly around the type of information you can ask for and when. 

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How do I give notice to end a tenancy agreement?

By The Lodge Real Estate Team on 2019-12-16

If you’re new to being a landlord, ending a tenancy agreement may be foreign territory—with potential fines if you don’t follow the rules to the letter. Read on to learn the essential steps for ending both periodic and fixed-term tenancies.

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How do I evict tenants from my rental property?

By The Lodge Real Estate Team on 2019-12-09

Evicting a tenant is an extreme measure—one best avoided if at all possible. But if you’ve run out of options and all attempts to resolve and mediate have fallen through, here’s what you need to know before you proceed.

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How much time and effort goes into a rental property inspection?

By The Lodge Real Estate Team on 2019-12-08

Regular property inspections are an essential part of being a landlord. From ensuring your investment remains in reasonable condition to fulfilling the obligations of your landlord insurance, there are plenty of reasons why inspecting your rental property is a good idea. 

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Do I need landlord insurance to protect my rental property?

By The Lodge Real Estate Team on 2019-12-02

In short, yes. It’s not enough to rely on your body corporate insurance or your tenants’ home and contents insurance to cover you. Landlord insurance will not only protect your property from damage but also provide cover for other tenant-related situations, such as loss of rent. 

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