Full Property Management
- Lettings, Inspections and Handling fees are charged extra - at competitive rates
- Lettings, Inspections and Handling fees are all included
- Rental appraisal
- Marketing of the property
- Finding, vetting and placement of tenants
- Inspection - routine, initial and final
- Rent collection and management of rent arrears
- Monthly payments into your account
- Yearly rent reviews
- Monitor compliance with current legislation
- End of financial year statements
- Issuing of and following up on any notices sent to your tenant
- Proactive maintenance, planning and support
- Ending tenancy and settlement of Bond
- Mediation and Tribunal attendance
- Water rates payments and collection from tenants
Letting Service - Casual
- One Week's rent + GST (Capped at $750 + GST.)
- Rental appraisal
- Initial inspection and photos
- Basic advertising on Trade me (extra for additional advertising)
- Open homes/viewings
- Tenant selection including reference and credit checks
- Completion of tenancy agreement
- Lodgement of bond to Tenancy Services
Inspection Service - Casual
- Routine inspection - $99.00 incl. GST
- Initial / Final inspection - $129.00 incl. GST
- Comprehensive inspection with photos
Healthy Home Inspections
- Inspection with written report, photos & fix list (if Failed)- $129.00 incl. GST
- Certification after issues are fixed - $70.00 incl. GST
- Inspection with written report, photos & certificate (if Passed) - $199.00 incl. GST
- Comprehensive inspection with report of all 5 Healthy Homes Standards - Heating, Insulation, Ventilation, Draught Stopping and Drainage & Moisture Ingress
When renting out a property a landlord needs to:
- make sure the property is in a reasonable condition.
- let the tenant have quiet enjoyment of the property.
- meet all relevant building, health and safety standards.
- handle any abandoned goods in the correct way.
- inform the tenant if the property is for sale.
- have an agent if they are out of New Zealand for more than 21 days.
- seize the tenant’s goods for any reason.
- interfere with the supply of any services to the premises, unless it is necessary to avoid danger to a person or to allow repairs.
Both landlords and tenants are responsible for:
- making sure the tenancy agreement is in writing.
- keeping their contact details up to date.
- not changing the locks without permission.
See more at - Your rights and responsibilities » Tenancy Services