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Investment Property Opportunities in New Zealand

August 20th, 2018

New Zealand has a vibrant property market that is attracting a lot of attention at the moment. The general trends of property investment stay relatively constant, but there are always fluctuations over the short term that can make trigger happy investors pull the plug. In this article, we will discuss some of the major investment […]

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Why Invest in Property?

August 13th, 2018

Everyone with money is looking for ways to make it work for them. It is well known that the easiest way to make money is investing, but with so many investment products out there it can be hard to decide what kind of investment is right for you. Some people favour the stock market, cryptocurrencies […]

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Investing in Apartments – Things to Consider

August 6th, 2018

It can be difficult to know what kind of property is right for you. That’s true whether it comes to a property to live in or invest in. The first consideration of every home purchase is that it should be liveable, but beyond that there are dozens of potential pros and cons to every property. […]

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5 Signs Your Property Manager is Not Up to the Job

July 30th, 2018

Not all property managers are equal. Some property managers are more focused on turning individual profits than maintaining long term beneficial relationships with renters and property owners. A good property manager will treat your property like it is their own, and will always be close at hand if you need to discuss anything. In this […]

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Common Repairs for Older Properties

July 23rd, 2018

All houses require ongoing maintenance. There is no alternative but to let them fall down around you. As properties get older maintenance that has been avoided can start driving up the cost of repairs. The best way to keep on top of maintenance is to have a yearly schedule for inspections and upkeep. In this […]

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How a Good Tenancy Agreement Can Protect Your Interests

July 16th, 2018

As a property investor, your primary interest is maintaining the value of your investment. The value of property in Auckland has been steadily increasing for years, so re-sale is always an option that should provide a good return. Renting your investment property is another great way to keep the cash flowing. Renting also creates risks […]

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Common Winter Property Problems – And How to Avoid Them

July 9th, 2018

The best place to be during winter is inside, rugged up and cosy. Unfortunately, old houses can wreak havoc on the best laid plans, and as a landlord there are numerous issues that can arise which require your attention. In this article, we will discuss a few of the most common winter property problems. Leaky […]

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Most Common Issues with Tenants

July 9th, 2018

Renting an investment property can be a hassle. Understanding the legal obligations of landlords and tenants can take a long time and that’s before you’re even fulfilling them. The ongoing demands of maintenance, chasing rent and doing inspections can really take it out of you. At the end of the day, managing the tenants of […]

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Welcome to the mid-month disbursement for May 2018

May 15th, 2018

Working in property management is a team effort. Usually you’ll hear from you Property Manager however, due to annual leave and fluctuating workloads sometimes you’ll hear from other dedicated Walker Weir team members. So here’s a quick introduction to some of the team at Walker Weir Ryan Weir – Business Owner Ryan spent 10 years […]

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May 10th, 2018

If the residential rental market were the stock market:  Then market commentators would say that we were in the middle of a ‘bear market’. The term ‘bear market’ is used to describe the stock market when stock values are falling and the overriding feeling is one of pessimism. While property values seem to be holding […]

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