Dunedin property management company, Mana Property Management is a dedicated property management business focusing purely on property management rather than sales. Mana Property Management Dunedin services St. Clair, Maori Hill, Roslyn, Belleknowes, Kew, St Kilda and Mornington, in fact wherever there are quality houses to rent in Dunedin. Mana Property Management Dunedin also has a base in Clyde, between Alexandra and Cromwell, making it able to manage your rental property easily in Central Otago and its surrounds.
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.
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Important Judgment - Residential Tenancy v Boarding House, a ruling is made
Posted on November 15, 2013 by Kyle
Details have just been released on a decision by the district court regarding the terminating of a rent by the room tenancy in Dunedin that the Tenancy Tribunal found for the tenant saying that this type of agreement fell under the new (of the 2010 RTA amendment act changes) in being a Boarding house tenancy. A copy of the decision Reserved Judgement of Judge M A Crosbie is here for you to read but the basics are that the Judge foundContinue Reading
20th anniversary, the return to Mana Island Resort, Fiji
Posted on October 23, 2013 by Kyle
Directors Kyle and Tania Elmer recently returned to Mana Island Resort, Fiji for their 20th wedding anniversary and shot his video walk through tour of their honeymoon bure. Continue Reading
NZPIF rejects the Financial Services Councils claim
Posted on October 15, 2013 by Kyle
NZPIF rejects the Financial Services Councilís claim The Financial Services Council, a group representing Insurers and Fund Managers, is recommending government spend even more of tax payer funds to increase their members incomes. The latest media release from the NZPIF to read more follow this linkContinue Reading
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