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LVRs and the bigger picture

By David Kneebone on 2021-02-17

With the curveball announced on Valentine’s Day of a change in alert levels, at Lodge City Rentals we have made a quick, smooth transition back to Alert Level Two operating restrictions.


A guide to investing in Hamilton

By The Lodge Real Estate Team on 2020-08-19

Looking to invest in Hamilton? Download our free guide on complete with suburb profiles and housing market summary.


What lies ahead for the Hamilton rental market

By David Kneebone on 2020-02-19

Last year, news stories about the residential rental market seemed about as frequent as reporting on Megan and Harry!


What Hamilton’s rapid growth could mean for future property investors

By David Kneebone on 2019-11-24

Hamilton has been dubbed ‘the city of the future’ by many who live here, and only one word comes to mind when I think of this city – growth. 


Lodge Rentals August 2019 Update

By David Kneebone on 2019-08-21

The healthy homes standards are in full effect – but do you know them as well as you think?


Lodge Rentals June 2019 Update

By David Kneebone on 2019-06-19

You asked, we answered: A look back at some of our most popular advice

Now that we’re halfway through the year, it seems like the perfect time to sit back and take stock of what’s been a busy year (or three) in the rental and real estate industries.


How to maintain your investment property and protect its value

By The Lodge Real Estate Team on 2019-06-14

Maintaining your investment property is in your best interests both in terms of attracting and keeping good tenants, and retaining the value of the property over time. 


A guide to buying an investment property in Hamilton

By The Lodge Real Estate Team on 2019-06-13

Thinking about buying an investment property? To help, we’ve created this guide so you can make smarter investment decisions and hit the ground running.

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