If you are looking for a rental property, fill in the simple 'Tenancy Enquiry Form" and every effort will be made to find a property suitable to your needs.
All tenants are required to complete an Application Form (PDF below) and provide photo proof of identification. Once your Application has been processed you will be advised whether your application for a particular property has been accepted or not. If accepted a Tenancy Agreement and all other documentation will then need to be completed. Unless otherwise advised, monies required to rent a property are one weeks rent in advance, four weeks rent in Bond (held by Tenancy Services Bond Centre) and one weeks rent plus G.S.T. in Letting Fee. All monies are payable prior to moving into a property.APPLY NOW
The owners property insurance does not cover the tenants personal belongings. Tenants will need to get contents insurance for their belongings to ensure they are protected against loss. We recommend when organising insurance that you check with your insurer to ensure your contents insurance includes liability cover.
Both landlord and tenant get certain rights and obligations when they agree to a Tenancy. An overview of these are listed on the reverse of your Tenancy Agreement.
Tenancy Services is an excellent source of information when you wish to learn more about New Zealand residential tenancy legislation. An excellent publication "Renting and you - a guide to the law about renting" can be viewed here (opens in new window).
For a more in depth look at tenancy law you may wish to read the Residential Tenancies Act 1986 which can be downloaded as a pdf file here... Residential Tenancies Act (opens in new window).