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Selling an investment property

By David Kneebone on 2018-07-24

As investors, there will come a time when you decide to “cash up” and sell some of your portfolio.

When the time comes to sell your investment or rental property, there are some important processes to follow to ensure the best possible outcome.


Which Hamilton investment properties have the best rental yield?

By The Lodge Real Estate Team on 2018-05-14

Whether you’re marketing your Hamilton property to investors or planning to invest yourself, it is essential to investigate your potential rental yield as part of your market research. Here’s why.


Which investment property ownership structures is right for you?

By David Kneebone on 2017-11-28

To protect your property investment, it is important to establish an ownership structure that works for you and your fellow investors. From family trusts to limited liability companies, Lodge City Rentals General Manager, David Kneebone, looks at the best structures for rental properties available.


A guide to buying a rental property

By The Lodge Real Estate Team on 2017-09-10

The hardest step for all new residential property investors is the first one. We're here to help you make smart investments and grow your wealth.


Negative gearing: what is it and how does it work?

By Lodge City Rentals Team on 2017-08-15

If you’re new to the world of property investment, you will likely have come across the term ‘negative gearing’. It’s often in the news, controversial and sounds quite fancy. But what does it actually mean? Here is our introductory guide to negative gearing.


Is property investment right for you?

By Lodge City Rentals Team on 2017-08-14

The media hype surrounding property news in New Zealand can often be difficult to decipher. Headlines will sometimes scream ‘BUY’ and ‘SELL’ in the same week. Gauging the market – and your place in it - can quickly become a stressful exercise.  So how do you know if property investment is right for you?

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