house.jpg Mana Property Management operates in quality, above average houses to rent in Dunedin, with a philosophy of “Discerning Landlords, Superior Properties & Quality Tenants”. Mana Property Management is owned by investors, who work for the benefit of both owners and tenants in providing quality houses to rent in Dunedin and the wider Otago area. The founders, Tania & Kyle Elmer, are heavily involved in the Otago rental property industry.

LPMNZ_logo.jpgMana Property Management are members of the LPMNZ (Leading Property Managers of New Zealand) giving owners the peace of mind that their rental property is being managed to the highest levels, standards and ethics. Mana Property Management is also a member of the OPIA (Otago Property Investors Association) and NZPIF (New Zealand Property Investors Federation), therefore keeping current with the market in Dunedin, Otago and New Zealand on a regular basis. More info >>

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Otago average house values on the up

Posted on September 21, 2015 by Kyle

Maori Hill becomes Dunedin's first $500k+ suburb Maori Hill has become the Dunedin's first half-million-dollar suburb by average value, while towns and suburbs around Queenstown and Wanaka have now pushed beyond $550,000 and Arrowtown to more than $800,000.

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Central Otago rental home demand tops supply

Posted on July 10, 2015 by Kyle

caption id attachment align alignnone width Image courtesy of Simon Howden at FreeDigitalPhotos net caption News today in the ODT shows winter rental home demand in Central Otago is outstripping supply again A shortage of houses for rent in Wanaka is causing ''havoc'' with people forced to live in backpackers

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Upgraded laws for rental properties

Posted on July 9, 2015 by Kyle

Every rental property in New Zealand will have to be fully insulated within four years, the Government has confirmed. Housing Minister Nick Smith announced plans today to strengthen residential tenancy laws, including requirements for landlords to provide smoke alarms and insulation, and to declare the standard of insulation on tenancy agreements, reports in today's ODT said.

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