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No landlord wants to spend more time or money than they need to on property maintenance. If you’re planning to renovate a rental property, here are some handy rental renovation tips to help you transform your rental into a low-maintenance house that’s easy to take care of for years to come.

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Adding an extra room or ancillary dwelling to your rental is one of the best ways to increase rental income—especially if you’re going from three bedrooms to four. After all, more rooms means more tenants, and therefore a higher rent return.

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Many farm owners and share milkers may be failing to properly manage the risks associated with their provision of on-farm accommodation to employees – and those risks are set to increase under updated provisions of the Residential Tenancies Act (RTA). 

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Keeping a rental property looking modern and attractive to tenants is a chore, and often an expensive one. However, with a bit of clever planning, you can introduce smart renovations that build aesthetic appeal, add functionality and best of all, are completely reversible so there’s no lasting impact on your investment.

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If you are thinking about renovating your rental property, answer these six questions before you head off to the hardware store or get out the step ladder.

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There’s no doubt that do-it-yourself landlording is popular. There are 130,000 landlords in New Zealand and, according to BRANZ, nearly two-thirds manage their own properties.

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