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Important APM Tenant Reminders – Swimming Pool Regulations, Brazier Use, Tank Water

Swimming Pool and Spa Pool Regulation Reminder It’s tempting to purchase an inflatable or portable swimming pool over the summer but you need to ensure you are adhering to the regulations. If the rules are not complied with, the Council will issue a notice to comply and hefty fines. Any fines issued to owners due ...
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Insulation – What scenario do you fit into?

The minimum insulation requirement of ceiling and underfloor insulation has the looming deadline of 1 July 2019. Below are a few scenarios we have come across in the insulation journey which may help clarify your situation. My rental property does not have insulation so is not yet compliant Authorise your property manager to organise an ...
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Legislation Update – Letting Fee Prohibition

Letting fees are associated with the tenant on-boarding process. This process is arguably the most important factor in securing a successful tenancy, and one of the biggest processes we undertake. It can often take 10 hours or more to ensure that we have the best tenants when we hand over the keys to our clients’ ...
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What you need to know from the APM Property Investment Seminar 15 November 2018

Toni Heath, Business Development Manager, Auckland Property Management Toni discussed the Government’s new proposals and regulations, and the impacts they will have on landlords. Public submissions on these proposals closed for submission in late October of this year. There are eight proposed amendments to the Residential Tenancies act 1986 and five proposed standards for the ...
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A word from Howard Morley – October 2018

An article published recently highlighted to me and the team at Auckland Property Management the important work we do in providing professional residential property management services. A DIY Auckland rental property landlord unfortunately found themselves in a situation where their property was illegally sublet by the tenant to four other families. The landlord didn’t conduct ...
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