You marketed your home for sale and it didn’t get a buyer at your price but you want to move on!
Property sales in Auckland are appearing to slow down and we are seeing frustrated vendors turning to the rental market when their property does not sell for the expected price. Many of these property owners are frustrated and disappointed, having gone through the sales process and the effort required of them both physically and emotionally. Often they have moved on in their minds from owning the property and are having to rethink what to do. They may already have purchased another property and visualise being there.
Can you fully embrace a new way of thinking entirely from home owner to investor treating the property like a business?
Is this you? Why not rent out your property either long term or until the market supports a good sale?
Perhaps you have decided to go ahead. The time to dot the i’s and cross the t’s is right at the start of your phase as a landlord. Our professional experience and expertise in residential rental property is critical to making sure you get things right.
Here are some of the things that anyone considering becoming a landlord needs to think about; all of them good reason to have experts who deal with these every day, to do the work for you:
Your legal obligations
Letting, tenant screening, acceptance and bond collection
Professional distance when managing the relationship with tenants
Repairs and maintenance
Rental appraisal and rent increases
Advertising and marketing
Do you have the time to deal with situations when they arise? We do! We have the time and experience to do the important things that ensure the best care of your property and the best return.
Feel free to call us we can help!
Kerry Kirwan | Business Development Manager email@example.com | 022 010 8005 | quinovicparnell.co.nz
Robbie King | Business Development Manager firstname.lastname@example.org | 09 302 1998 | quinovic-viaduct.co.nz