Harcourts Flatbush and the Point View School Twilight Market

Point View School has over 800 students representing more than fifteen cultures from around the world. Point View School Twilight market is a venture initiated to bring the local community together and also act as a fundraiser for the school and it’s development. Harcourts Flatbush team is proud to have sponsored the event that took place on 27th March. Harcourts Flatbush and…

Access your information at your convenience

‘Client Login’ on our website is a facility for our landlords which enables them to access their information when they please.  Monthly statements, current & historic financial year end statements etc simply a click away. Only a few property management companies in NZ offers this facility to their clients. We at RER want to ensure our clients have ease of access…

Rent your property fast!

After bedrooms, living areas and bathrooms the next most important factor in achieving high weekly rental income is presentation. While un-renovated properties provide owners with an opportunity to value add and also maximise capital growth, they do not rent well. The more recently a property has been renovated or built, the higher the weekly rent return will be and you will be able…

Property Deal of the Month

Karaka After 32 years these motivated vendors are ready to move on. This exceptional home has given our vendors a life time of happiness. The family have all moved on; only happy memories remain. Now, the house is too huge to maintain.   A new family needs to enjoy this expansive property and put their own signature on it. Situated…

New Redoubt Road – Mill Road Corridor Project

Due to the explosive growth that Flat Bush and surrounding districts are experiencing, Auckland Transport have had to expect that modifications and enhancements to the roading infrastructure must occur to handle the expected growth in the region. Changing land use, population growth and planned housing developments are adding pressure on transport infrastructure in south Auckland. An estimated 10,000 new houses…

Smoke Alarms & Insulation Mandatory from 1st July 2016

Building and Housing Minister Nick Smith announced today that the Residential Tenancies Act will be strengthened with new requirements for insulation and smoke alarms and better enforcement of those requirements. He said the package of tenancy law changes will make homes warmer, drier and safer for hundreds of thousands of New Zealand families without imposing excessive bureaucracy or costs. Thankfully,…

Do You Really Need That Reno?

f your property is in need of repair or you’re considering just a few renovation projects to get it ready for sale, there are a few things to consider first. Whilst well planned, cost-effective renovations can certainly add value to a property, there is always the risk of over-capitalising. That’s why it pays to look into the types of renovations…

Taxation Land Information and Offshore Persons Information Bill

Following a third reading, the above bill, requiring anybody buying or selling a property to make key documents available or risk delays to settlement, has now been divided into two bills: 1.  The Land Transfer Amendment Bill 2.  The Tax Administration Amendment Bill The documentation required under the bill is outlined below but it’s recommended that anyone buying or selling…

New Changes Introduced by IRD

On October 1st, new regulations came into effect regarding the buying and selling of investment properties in Auckland. Unless the property is the investor’s primary residence (i.e. their family home), all investors must now provide their IRD number when buying and selling properties. This means that overseas investors now need to apply for a New Zealand IRD number in order…

Bright-Line Test Now Operational

The new government initiated Bright-Line Test was enacted into NZ law on the 12th November 2015 and together with this come a warning to property investors. Just because the new law states that any investor holds onto an investment property for longer than two years does not automatically release them from their tax payment obligation. Revenue Minister Todd McClay said…