October 2018 – December 2018
Renovating a rental property can be a costly exercise but making improvements to the property can yield a healthy return. To ensure you’re maximizing your investment, it’s important not to overcapitalize, to stick to your budget, and to use durable products and materials. If you are considering renovating your rental property, ask yourself these 3 questions first.
It’s no surprise that more and more astute investors are turning to property as a way to grow capital. Like all investments though, buying an investment property takes careful research so you know what you’re getting into and what the pitfalls are to avoid. To help you stay on top of the property investment game, here are 3 common mistakes to avoid.
Owning an investment property has long been a part of the Kiwi dream. For many first-home buyers, buying a smaller rental property in a cheaper area can be just what they need to get a foot onto the property ladder. For savvy investors, it’s an opportunity to generate wealth. But before you jump in head first into property investment, take a look at these 3 simple steps to get you started.
If you’re serious about investing in property and making your investment work for you, it’s worthwhile engaging a professional property manager from Harcourts to take care of the day to day details of your rental property. A Harcourts property manager will help you attract and keep good tenants. But that’s not all they do. Take a look at these 5 good reasons to use a Harcourts property manager.
Have you ever thought about what would happen to your family home if you were no longer able to meet your mortgage repayments? The fact is, many homeowners are just one pay check away from losing their home. Mortgage Protection Insurance covers your mortgage repayments when you can’t: in the case of a major illness, redundancy or even death. Here’s what you need to know.
It’s a good idea to review your mortgage from time to time, and particularly so if your fixed term ends soon. A mortgage review is a chance to check things like the level of interest you’re paying, whether you’re still getting the best deal, and if your mortgage is structured to suit your lifestyle. Take a look at some of the other benefits of a mortgage review.