Some Facts About Meth Testing of Rental Properties

Methamphetamine and other drugs are becoming an increasing problem for rental properties.  Alarmed?  We explain why you shouldn’t be.

Quinovic Property Management Parnell has a policy in place to help manage this threat on behalf of rental property owners.

Why you should test for methamphetamine before each tenancy

  1. We test 2 to 4 days before a tenancy starts.  This creates a baseline for future tests.
  2. It is the landlord’s responsibility to provide a clean, tidy and safe home for their tenants.  Completing the test meets tenancy law requirements.
  3. If you fail to test before a tenancy, you could find it difficult to prove contamination was due to the current tenant.
  4. The rental property becomes uninhabitable if contamination is found during a tenancy. The tenancy must end immediately.
  5. As a landlord, you are not responsible to supply alternative accommodation. It’s always good to help if you can.
  6. If a tenant can prove the rental property was contaminated before their arrival, they may apply to the Tenancy Tribunal for a refund of all rent paid. This has occurred more than once in New Zealand.
We don’t wish to frighten anyone off from being a landlord. Engage the professional services of Quinovic Property Management Parnell today. We will ensure you meet your legal responsibilities.
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Tips for Renting Your Property

That Will Save You from Disaster

We’ve put together some tips when you’re renting your property to tenants.

Reference Check

Always ask prospective tenants for references and always call their referees.  If you rely on your own assessment of prospective tenants, this can lead to problems down the track.

Credit Check

Referees may be reluctant to make negative comments about a colleague or friend.  It is vital that you also carry out a credit check on prospective tenants.  Most debt collecting agencies can conduct credit checks.  You need to ensure you get the tenant’s permission first.

Tenant Check

To name a few, the following should be undertaken:

  • Background checks
  • Social media
  • Police
  • Credit
  • Verification of ID

A professional property management company will undertake these and more on your behalf.  Remember to get written permission from tenants first.

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Outline Expectations in the Tenancy Agreement

The tenancy agreement is the place to outline what you expect from your tenants.  It must clearly state if there are to be no pets, parties or smoking, the maximum number of occupants, and so on.  Failure to make specific conditions clear can lead to dispute.  If the matter goes to the Tenancy Tribunal, an unclear agreement puts you in a precarious position.  Neither party can sign away their rights under the Residential Tenancies Act.  Even if both parties agree to a clause at the time of signing a tenancy agreement, this clause may not be upheld if a dispute is taken to the Tenancy Tribunal.

Opt for a Fixed-Term Tenancy Over a Periodic Tenancy

You may find a good tenant who is going to pay the rent and look after your property.  If you sign them up for a periodic tenancy instead of a fixed term tenancy, they could give 21 days’ notice and leave.  This gives you very little time to find a new tenant, and it could cost you in lost rent.

A fixed term tenancy enables you to find new tenants before the current tenants move out.  This could potentially save you thousands of dollars.  It also enables you to protect against the property becoming vacant at a time of year when tenanting could be difficult, ie – November/December or mid-winter.

Take the Maximum Possible Bond

Many private landlords feel that no bond, or only two weeks bond is necessary.  It’s very easy for a property to be damaged, which could leave the owner out of pocket.  Tenants are given the right to live in an asset worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.  It is advisable to insist on taking the maximum bond possible of four weeks.

Lodge the Bond with the Department of Building and Housing

Always lodge the bond.  Not lodging the bond with the Department of Building and Housing is illegal.  If a tenant takes you to the Tenancy Tribunal, could be a fine for you of up to $1,000.  The actual amount is at the discretion of the adjudicator.  You could lose many hours dealing with the tenants and attending the hearing.

Talk to Kerry Kirwan about Quinovic Parnell managing your rental property:

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Are You a Reluctant Landlord?

You marketed your home for sale, it didn’t sell at your price – now you want to move on

Auckland property sales appear to have slowed.  At Quinovic Parnell  we are seeing frustrated vendors turning to the rental market when their property hasn’t sold for the expected price.

Many of these property owners are frustrated and disappointed.  They have gone through the sales process, and the effort required – 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 have already purchased another property, and visualise being there.

Can you fully embrace an entirely new way of thinking from home owner to property investor, and treat it like a business?  You could rent your home out until the Auckland property market supports a good sale.

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Perhaps you have decided to go ahead and become 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 good reasons to have experts who deal with these each day do the work for you:

  • Your legal obligations
  • Letting, tenant screening, acceptance, bond collection and lodgement
  • Professional distance when managing the relationship with tenants
  • Rent collection
  • Repairs and maintenance
  • Rental appraisal and rent increases
  • Regular inspections
  • Advertising and marketing
  • Record keeping

Do you have the time to deal with situations when they arise?  We do!  We have the time and the experience to do the important things that ensure the best care of your property, and the best return.

Get in touch with Kerry Kirwan today to discuss us managing your property:

  • P:  09 373 4353
  • M:  0220 108 005

Why use a professional property manager for your rental properties?

Quinovic Parnell AucklandWith so many New Zealand landlords wanting to rent out their own rental properties we’d like to share a few of our property rental experiences with you.

Why should you use a property manager?

With our experienced property rentals team and proven monitored property management systems, we have the knowledge to avoid potential rental problems and minimise any potential tenancy downtime and expense to you as the property investor. At Quinovic Property Management Parnell, rental property management is our business. The team at Quinovic Parnell is well reputed in the Auckland property market. Almost all of our business is generated by referral from happy landlords.

Are you receiving up to date market rental?  
We are able to ensure you are receiving the best possible rent in today’s rental market; we have a strong reputation for improving the performance of your real estate assets and rental portfolio by reviewing your weekly rent scope regularly.
Our property managers ensure we get the very best of tenants for your property hence avoiding ongoing problems.

Quinovic Parnell Rental Properties Team are available 24/7 for those late night and early morning calls from tenants with problems leaving you to focus on your core business, and day to day life.

For more information or to talk to one of our Property Managers today, please get in touch with Kerry Kirwan today on 0220 108 005.

Reputable Property Managers in Parnell (Auckland, NZ)

Quinovic Property Management in Auckland has earned an enviable reputation for providing over 20 years of reliable property and tenant management for residential properties.

Our range of property management services is extensive, modern and well regarded by our rental property owners and investors.  As evidenced by the fact that our residential property management business tends to grow through word of mouth of our existing client base.

Specialised property account management ensures we can integrate all of the Quinovic property services to provide the complete management  service for you and your rented property.

To contact the specialist property management team call Quinovic Parnell.

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INVESTING IN RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY

18 Key areas to consider when investing in residential property.  These should have an impact on your rental investment return figures.

  • What do tenants want from a property?
  • Which features will they pay more for?
  • What improvements can you make to increase rent?

property rentals2In a competitive property rental market, your  rental property should offer the type of features that appeal to tenants so that it generates as much income as possible.
That’s why we’ve created these guidelines.
Drawing on 25-plus years’ experience, we’ve used our insights to help you achieve your return-on-investment aspirations.

As well as helping you assess what features tenants look for in a property so you can decide whether it’s a suitable investment, these guidelines give you ideas of where you should spend your money if investing in improvements.

Presentation is also a very important consideration, so we’ve also included tips to help you ensure that your property is presented in the best possible way.

Whether you’re looking to buy your first rental property, or you’re an investor looking to add to your portfolio, you should find these guidelines useful.

Please also contact us before purchasing a property so that we can give you a comprehensive rental appraisal with tips on improving the property to help you maximise your returns.

1. BEDROOMS
The number of bedrooms is generally the main factor in determining how much a property will rent for – the more bedrooms, the higher the rent. This rule especially applies to properties in a lower price range, where students or younger people are your most likely tenants. The more bedrooms, the more tenants, and the more rent they can collectively afford. Bedroom size is also important – they should all be big enough to accommodate a double or queen-sized bed.
The best way to increase the value of a residential property is to add a bedroom. Sometimes this can be done within the existing floor area either by converting rooms, like a laundry that is bigger than necessary, or by shifting wall partitions to maximise bedroom space. Get a builder to calculate the cost of adding an extra bedroom and do the sums to make sure the outlay will improve your rental returns.
2. LIVING AREAS
The number of living rooms should be in proportion to the number of bedrooms. In general if there are four or more bedrooms, there should be more than one living area. Living areas are areas that can be used for general living – a space that can fit, for example, a lounge, coffee table and TV – and are far enough apart so that noise isn’t an issue. For instance, a house that has a combined lounge/ dining upstairs and a rumpus room downstairs is considered to have two living areas.
3. BATHROOMS
The number of bathrooms should also be in proportion to the number of bedrooms. Two bathrooms are preferred for a three bedroom house,
and a property with four or more bedrooms needs at least two bathrooms. A shower is essential and there should be plenty of cupboard and bench space.
4. OUTDOOR ENTERTAINING AREAS
Properties with an outdoor living area are easier to rent than those without. Raised back decks are preferred and should include room for a barbecue and seating for 4-8 people.
5. SUN
Houses that get little sun can be difficult to let, especially in winter. One solution is to install skylights or additional strategically-placed windows. A light, white painted interior can also help. More sunlight will reduce the incidence of mildew, helping to keep redecoration costs down.
6. LOCATION
A property’s location is important, but is not a top priority for tenants. The desirability of a particular location depends on a tenant’s needs. For example, medical professionals may prefer to be near a hospital, while families might seek specific school zones. There are some rules of thumb, however, and being nearer to public transport routes makes a property easier to let. Properties with five bedrooms or more that are suitable for students should be within walking distance of universities, and city suburbs generally have higher tenant demand than outer suburbs.
7. FLOOR COVERINGS
Warmth is a priority for most tenants, and carpet ensures a warmer home than wooden or tiled floors. Choose a hard wearing carpet and use tiles for kitchens and bathrooms as they are harder wearing than wooden floorboards. If laying new tiles in the bathrooms consider under-floor heating as it’s attractive to tenants and also helps to reduce damage from mould.
8. VIEWS
Views can increase the weekly rent and make a  property easier to let, but the additional cost of a property with a view can mean the “yield” on the
view is not great. Other considerations, such as potential capital gain may factor more than rental yield.
9. PRESENTATION
Presentation is a very important factor in achieving high weekly rental income. While unrenovated properties provide owners with an opportunity to add value and to maximise capital growth, they do not rent well. The more recently a property has been renovated or built, the higher the weekly rental return will be. Modern kitchens and bathrooms are the most important consideration in presentation, and tenants
look for a tidy, low maintenance yard for houses and clean common areas for units and townhouses. Ironically, a tidy, well kept, extensive garden helps rent a property but often during the tenancy it falls into disrepair. This increases the time to re-tenant the property when it becomes vacant, so think about changing high maintenance gardens to a lower maintenance design, with regular garden   maintenance included in the tenancy agreement.
Consider what areas could be lifted with some painting. You should only paint those areas that really need it, however, unless you plan on doing
the lot. New paint may only make those areas that are left unpainted look even shabbier. Avoid bright colours such as red, blues and greens – light earthy colours like whites and off-whites appeal to more people.
Tenants can be irritated by leaking taps, sticking doors, broken lights, loose door handles, rotten floorboards, leaky gutters and the like. These things can give the impression that the owner doesn’t care about the property, so it pays to fix them. Before the property is advertised for let, tend to the gardens, mow the lawns and clean the windows, paths, gutters and outside paintwork. These are all things that are seen from the street, and you don’t want prospective tenants to dismiss the property before reaching the front door. Presenting the property well from day one also sets the standard of care and upkeep that is expected from the tenants. A property manager can organise this for you for a modest sum.
10. HEATING
Heating is becoming increasingly important to tenants, and properties with heat pumps are at a distinct advantage over those without. In-home
ventilation systems such as DVS or HRV have a dual benefit – they not only make the house feel warmer, but also reduce condensation and mould, saving on maintenance costs. Tenants often ask if the house has any form of central heating.
11. BUSY ROADS
If a property is on a busy road, tenants are more likely to be concerned about ease of access than traffic noise, so a property with back access but
which fronts onto a busy road will be easier to tenant than a property on the same street with difficult access. Off-street parking and outdoor
entertaining areas that are shielded from passing traffic are also important.
12. ACCESS TO FACILITIES
Properties close to universities attract greater interest at the start of the year and again at the change of semester in June/July. In inner city areas, easy access to cafés and shopping precincts also increases demand. Easy access to schools, parks, hospitals and other community facilities does not really increase demand in inner city areas, as almost all properties are relatively close to these sorts of facilities.
13. WHITEWARE
Tenants usually prefer properties with dishwashers and modern gas hobs. Stainless steel appliances are more appealing than traditional white appliances. It pays to provide quality appliances because any normal wear and tear maintenance costs are the property owner’s responsibility so will reduce net rental income. Premium appliances tend to attract premium tenants. The yield on the cost of installing a dishwasher is high, and it can be a very simple way of making the property more appealing.
14. SECURITY
In the lower rental bracket of up to $450 a week, security alarms add very little value to tenants but they’re an advantage in the higher price range of over $800 per week. Security window stays are a distinct advantage in all price ranges and they also mean that tenants are more likely to open windows for ventilation.
15. FURNITURE
While furnishing a property can increase the rental income, you need to consider the property type and likely tenant pool before making this decision. You may get more rent if it is fully furnished but could end up with longer vacancies as it will appeal to fewer tenants. The only exception to this are inner city apartments where the demand is high for fully
16. BUILT-IN WARDROBES
With space at a premium everywhere, built-in wardrobes are advantageous. They are much more common in units and townhouses, and are often expected by tenants.
17. STREET APPEAL
First impressions are critical when a prospective tenant inspects your property. While some tenants want to save money and are happy to live in a property that is not in first class condition, others, such as professional people, are happy to pay top rent but expect the property to look immaculate.

There is no doubt that a well presented property will achieve top market rent and will usually attract the best quality tenants. This adds up to a higher investment return, together with fewer and shorter vacancy periods.

A good property manager will insist that your property is very clean and in its best possible condition before it is shown to tenants and before
letting tenants move in.
18. PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS
Once the property has been tidied and is well presented, having it professionally photographed can make a substantial difference to the amount of interest shown by potential tenants and can reduce the number of “no shows” to property viewings. The photos can be used over and over, so they are very cost-effective.
BUYING INVESTMENT PROPERTY
Be sure to consider these guidelines when buying investment property. If you research the market and develop a working relationship with real estate agents, you could find that there are more bargains out there than first appears. Before making any investment decisions, however, we recommend you consult a financial expert.
We also invite you to talk to us about any property you’re interested in, ideally before you commit yourself to a purchase, so that we can inspect it and provide an appraisal from a rental perspective. This comprehensive rental appraisal will include tips and recommendations for improvements to assist you in maximising the rental returns. That way you can be sure that you’re buying a rental property that will
deliver the financial returns you’re aiming for.
It takes time to buy well but that’s how you make the big gains. If you buy rental properties that tenants like, you’ll find them easy to let, have lower vacancies and enjoy greater capital gains. Good luck!

TALK TO THE EXPERTS IN RENTAL PROPERTY CARE AND RETURN

contact Auckland Property ManagersIf you have any questions about the tenanting of your property or anything else to do with property investment, contact your Quinovic Parnell office or visit www.quinovicparnell.co.nz.

Experts in property care and return – Auckland

 

What is a Rental Assessment?

magnifying-glass-1607160_1920We sit down with you and discuss your goals and your expectations.

We assess market current market rentals, so you can be sure you will receive the maximum rent for your property and area.

We inspect the property and recommend enhancements to maximise market rent.

We will review and increase the rent on a regular basis in line with market movements.

To see how our property managers can help you with your property rentals please contact us.

Managing Rental Properties – How to Achieve Zero Rent Arrears

Every day we get enquiries from people investing in residential real estate wanting to have their properties  looked after and more specifically have the rent paid on time every time. I recently spoke with an owner, who had managed his own properties for several years and had several thousands of dollars in rent arrears that he had been unable to collect? And I mean rent arrears of more than $50,000 just for one property! .Why? He and many other people who manage their own rental properties had no system or skill when it came to insisting rent is paid on time every time. Tenants and especially long term tenants can have private landlords wrapped around their little finger with endless reasons for defaulting on rent payments. Many of these tenants have enjoyed low rents for long periods because landlords are also reluctant to increase rents. Why! They dont want to lose a tenant??  Why would you keep a long term tenant who pays under market rent and defaults on rent payments? The answer – because you are not a professional residential property manager with proper systems and processes to deal with every aspect of managing your property.  Regarding rent collection and market rents, at Quinovic Property Management Parnell we are very proud of our record. We currently have zero rent arrears and all of our rents are at or above market. We review rents constantly and apply increases at appropriate times. For more information on what professional residential property management can achieve for you to maximise the return on your residential property investment. Call David Vinsen or Mary Vinsen for a rental appraisal and residential property management proposal. Rental property in Auckland is in demand!

Contact us Mary Vinsen & David Vinsen Quinovic Residential Property Management Specialists Parnell.

Hidden costs of self managing your property.

You may believe you can save money by managing your property yourself! This is a phenomenon unique to New Zealand residential property owners where perhaps due the “do it yourself” attitude 80% of rental properties are self managed. In contrast even in Australia the reverse is true where only around 20% of property owners manage their own rental properties.

Unfortunately, the belief can often be counter productive when self managers discover the hidden costs and the risks they are taking by not using an experienced specialist residential property manager.

Here at Quinovic Parnell we see self managers losing money and can often turn around the losses.

Here are some of the risks of self managing:

 1.      Rent too low

Self managed properties are more likely to be rented below market value.  This is due to a combination of factors including:

You are unlikely to have good comparative data on market rentals which a good local property manager will have from continually letting properties in the area.

You may be less likely to review the rent regularly due to simply forgetting, fear of losing a good tenant, or having too personal relationship with the tenant and not wanting to upset them.

 For a long term rental this can have a huge impact on long term cashflow. Rents should be reviewed at least yearly, and adjusted when appropriate even for good tenants.

 2.      High Vacancy rates

A self managed property is at greater risk of higher vacancies. There are several reasons for this and is mostly due to a lack of professional relationship with the tenant and failure to treat the property as a business.

 So examples of this we have often seen include:

 Self managing landlords being reluctant to start viewings at the property before the tenant moves out, because the tenant is not wanting to co-operate with this.  This is a sure loss of around 3 weeks rent – almost a year of management fees.

   If a tenant is vacating in the peak season (which includes the January holiday season) you may not be back from holiday to deal with handling enquiries and viewings in a fast efficient way.

  Not controlling the tenancy. For maximum return on most properties, fixed term tenancies with renewals in the peak period are recommended. However, if you succumb to pressure from the tenant to change to a periodic tenancy, or allow a non-peak termination date, or forget to renew the fixed term so that it becomes periodic, this highly increases the risk of a longer vacancy at the end of that tenancy.

 You may find it difficult to insist on the terms of the lease even in difficult circumstances such as where the tenant has been made redundant, a family breakup or a forced relocation.  Unfortunately, letting a tenant off a lease when this is not required can be very expensive.

 3. Cost of damage and cleaning

 Self managing landlords are often not able to be firm enough with tenants on an ongoing basis to establish standards for, during and at the end of a tenancy.  One part of this is failing to complete a thorough property condition report for each tenancy which involves hundreds of photos and a detailed written report that takes several hours to complete.  Following this process and providing the tenant with this report sets a bench mark and is a strong indicator to the tenant of the detail that will be checked. If this is not done, and not followed up with regular inspections (we recommend 3 monthly), then there is  increased risk of the property being allowed to deteriorate, and arguments at the end of the tenancy on cleaning standards and ‘wear and tear’.  It is essential to establish a history with the tenant of being firm and insisting on a high standard of cleanliness so that this becomes the expectation. 

 At the end of a tenancy a tenant will sometimes put pressure on you to release the bond even before the end of the tenancy or very soon after, for example if they are leaving the country.  However, succumbing to this request can result in difficult to recover costs for rectifying damage and cleaning issues which are found later on.  It can sometimes take until a new tenant moves in to check that everything is working as it should. For example if the power has been disconnected it is difficult to check that appliances are all working.

 Your insurance may become invalid if inspections are not carried out at least once every 6 months.  A high standard of cleanliness (above the level legally required) cannot be insisted on legally, but there is a high chance of achieving this with regular inspections and setting a high expectation of the tenant.  If a history of high expectation has not been established then the tenant may consider minor damage and cleaning to be ‘wear and tear’.

 4. Rent Arrears

 Rent needs to be checked on the due day and action taken immediately if rent falls into arrears.  This can happen even with a previously reliable tenant due to sudden loss of income due to redundancy or illness.  Arrears are most likely to happen in the holiday period when most people are not even thinking about their rental property at all and are on holiday. Timely and professional action is essential to ensure that appropriate legal action is started and the issue is resolved before the debt mounts. 

 This is not a pleasant process but essential to prevent the risk of losses in the thousands which can accumulate in a matter of weeks.

 Another common issue arising with self managing is that arrears are not treated seriously enough.  We have seen many examples where tenants have accumulated thousands of dollars of arrears and the landlord has failed to take decisive action due to repeated promises and some irregular payments from the tenants.   A firm policy to follow the legal process of 14 day notices and application to the Tenancy Tribunal in case of arrears, is essential to prevent large potential losses that are very difficult to recover.

 5. Breaking fixed term tenancies

 Approximately 20% of fixed term tenancies will be broken at the request of the tenant.  We have seen so many examples of self managers letting tenants off their tenancies and making concessions that are not required resulting in significant vacancies.  If managed professionally a new tenancy should be started with no loss of rent (not even a day), and expenses such as advertising, credit checks and a new property condition report covered by the outgoing tenant.  

 A formal documented process is essential to ensure that the outgoing tenant accepts responsibility for the tenancy and expenses.  This is time consuming, but essential to prevent arguments later over who pays for what. Tenants may advise they want to move, then change their mind and you are left with costs if they have not formally agreed to them.

 6. Selection of a tenant

 Tenants with adverse rental or credit history generally will not even approach Quinovic properties because they know they will get checked out and will not be successful.   Self managers are at much higher risk of attracting unsuitable tenants.  High quality tenants also often prefer to rent through a professional property manager as they know they can demand a professional level of service.  Quinovic has many tenants like this who will not go self managed properties due to past bad experiences with unprofessional service.

 Thorough reference checks and credit checks must be completed in all instances.   You are more likely to be more tempted to take a tenant at face value as you are not letting properties all the time with constant comparisons.  

 It is also important that the process of offering the tenancy is formal and clear.  We see many examples where inadequacies in this area result in misunderstandings and tenants pulling out at the last minute resulting in a loss and unexpected vacancy.

 7. Inadequate Documentation

 The standard Building and Housing tenancy agreement is non-specific and missing a number of important issues that should be in any tenancy agreement. 

 If proper documentation is not used throughout the tenancy this massively increases the risk of misunderstanding and not being able to hold the tenant to account, and with subsequent loss to you.  Proper documentation should be used for all records including the initial tenancy agreement, record of inspections, record of variations and extensions to the tenancy, and proper notice being given at the end of a tenancy. 

 If for example you forget to renew a fixed term tenancy before it expires, the lease enters a 3 month ‘no-mans land’ where the tenant does not have to give notice at all.  This is currently under review and is expected to change to a situation where if no agreement is made then the tenancy will automatically default to a periodic tenancy.  Allowing this to happen is likely to result in later loss as the tenant then only needs to give 3 weeks notice, and can do so at any time of the year.

 Is it really worth the risk and stress???? Join other self managing owners who have referred their business to us for peace of mind.

 For rental appraisals, rental market advice, or property management, please contact us – Mary Vinsen or David Vinsen at Quinovic Property Management Parnell.

 

Question Nine of 9 Questions To Ask When Choosing A Property Manager.

9  Questions to ask when choosing a property manager

(The questions they don’t want you to ask!)

Question nine:  Do you have a Residential Tenancies Act legal specialist on call?

 The new Residential Tenancies Act imposes strict conditions on owners, and tenants have never had easier access to free information and advice to help them understand their rights than they have now. The Tenancy Tribunal may impose orders amounting to tens of thousands of dollars and like any dispute process having the best legal advice puts you in the best possible position. Quinovic Property Management retains the services of one of New Zealand’s foremost Residential Tenancies Act specialist lawyers.

We engage this specialist whenever it appears prudent to do so, protecting your interests.

 Quinovic Parnell are residential property management specialists; that’s all we do. We’ve been in business since 1988, and have offices throughout New Zealand. Quinovic Parnell  provides the security and experience of a nationwide specialist business, with the accountability of a local owner-operated office.

Contact us today for a rental appraisal and management proposal.  We consider all assignments for long term rental property management, whether you have one rental property, an apartment block, or several rental properties. Going overseas and  looking for a property manager to look after your property asset? Property investor looking for a rental property manager?

David Vinsen & Mary Vinsen  Quinovic Parnell. We manage rental properties in Parnell, rental properties in Auckland City, rental properties in Central Auckland, rental properties in Remuera, rental properties in Eastern Bays, rental propeties in Dannemora, Botany Downs to name a few areas.

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