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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Our first interview by #PropertyVentures.co.nz

Posted on November 9, 2014 by Kyle

We have been interviewed this week by #MarkHoneybone from #PropertyVentures.co.nz on how we got started investing. The Property Ventures team have a series of podcast interviews with industry experts and experienced investors to give you insight and inspiration. Follow the link here to listen and subscribe.

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Latest listings at #ManaPropertyManagementLtd in #Gigatowndunedin

Posted on October 15, 2014 by Kyle

View our latest listings here and book a viewing online anytime of the day or night with our automated systems here

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Mixed sales data released, update from the ODT via #ManaPropertyManagementLtd

Posted on October 15, 2014 by Kyle

Otago and Queenstown featured strongly in the monthly Real Estate Institute of New Zealand data yesterday, comment in the ODT explained. The province's overall sales were up 25% on a month earlier, while the tourism centre's prices rose 12% for the month - or 25% compared with a year ago. Nationally, sales numbers were down 12% on a year ago, and sales volumes have now fallen for 11 consecutive months, while the national median price gained $20,000 to $420,000 compared with a year ago. For more read here

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