Do I really need Landlord insurance?
Not all tenants are bad, but you do need to make sure you are covered should something go wrong. While most tenants take good care of the property they are leasing, those that don’t may intentionally cause extensive damage. Intentional damage is not covered by many standard home insurance policies nor is the failure to pay rent.
Why invest in property
The decision to rent or buy is always a big one. The traditional strategy of buying a first house and then moving up to the ideal home as your income and equity grows can be challenging.
Property Management at First National
Choosing the right estate agency to manage your investment property is one of the most difficult tasks you’ll face as a landlord. We appreciate you have a choice, assume you’ll talk to several agencies and want to win your business!
First National Property Managers Put You First
New Zealanders love real estate and property investment is a proven path to financial independance.
However, as a landlord or property investor how do you best manage your property?
Selecting the right tradesperson
As a landlord, you have an obligation to maintain your rental property in a condition that is safe for occupation. Plumbing, carpentry or electrical repairs done by unlicensed handymen could increase the risk of an accident and should never be permitted.