The rental landscape in New Zealand continues to change, with new rules coming into force around how we manage our tenancies and the quality of properties that are provided for rent.
The rules in place apply equally to both property managers and private landlords so it’s important that everyone involved in renting property stays up-to-date.
Managing a tenancy is now heavily compliance based and there can be significant penalties for those landlords not managing everything that is required. While many New Zealand landlords choose to self-manage their investment properties, they do so without fully understanding the risks involved with non-compliance, which can be significant and costly.
Although the legislative goalposts continue to shift and move, there are many clear-cut areas in which every landlord should already know the facts. These relate to your pre-existing obligations and other non-legislative issues you should consider carefully. These issues can include, but are not limited to:
For more detailed information on your legislative requirements and what’s involved, we encourage you to request a copy of our comprehensive Landlord Information Guide. Our information guides are completely free and designed as an education resource for all landlords and investors.
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