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Appraisal In Auckland

Not sure how much rent should you be charging?

Let us help you work it out, with a FREE rental appraisal in Auckland.

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    FREE APPRAISAL (Auckland area only)

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    • Key selling points for your property

    • Just how much you can charge in weekly rent

    • Expert knowledge of the current demand levels for your area

    You’ll also receive a complementary video comparative
    market analysis for your property, listing key rental
    statistics in the area, such as local median rent, and more…

    Now we’ve made it quick and easy to get our expert advice on
    what your property is worth in today’s market.

    We determine the most accurate figures by pairing advanced
    software analytics tools with our depth of experience in
    Auckland property management, current demand, and
    historical rent fluctuations for the area.

    Your rental appraisal report will highlight key selling points for
    your property that tenants find attractive, and will provide a
    rent range you can expect to get for your property.

    Get the market information you need from the professionals:
    fill out the form above and we will provide you with your free
    report on the same business day.

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    Secure amazing tenants in the shortest amount of time

    The best tenants aren’t necessarily looking for the cheapest properties – they’re looking for a great place to live.

    You may be wondering what amenities and convenience features you should focus on so that these “dream tenants” will find you in their search..

    Your appraisal will take advantage of our wealth of experience to highlight exactly what makes your listing valuable to these renters.

    And if you feel like you’re coming up against the ceiling price for your area, a rent appraisal from CGPM will give you a true professional assessment of the property based on these features – allowing you to set your rent with confidence.

    Of course, this also sets you up for the best returns possible as you’ll be able to set appropriate rent increases, according to the market, without the fear of losing great tenants.

    Clarke Group Property Management ensures that landlords have rent reviews done for them on a regular basis.

    Request A FREE Rental Appraisal today

    If you’re thinking about renting out your home and want to know what it’s worth, or you have any doubts about the rental levels of your properties – get in touch with us and we’ll help you today.

    Clarke Group Property Management offers free rental appraisals to help you as a landlord to:

    • Gain reassurance that you’re maximising your rental returns
    • Reduce down times, lost rent and vacancy rates
    • Assure protection from potential disputes at the Tenancy Tribunal
    • Get you the best tenants, at the best possible rates, in the shortest time possible

    ZERO hassle, ZERO fuss. The way property management was always meant to be.


    When your property is tenanted and you receive a rental appraisal…

    “My property is worth more than I thought. Can I Increase the rent for existing tenancies?” This is a great question.

    Once you have obtained a rental appraisal, and discover that you could potentially be under-charging for your property, you may want to increase the rent accordingly.

    A document such as a rental appraisal will help lower the chance of losing good tenants during this process.

    You can be confident in your decision:

    It’s good practice to provide tenants with a justification for a rent increase, and a rental appraisal from a reputable company like CGPM will show your tenants that you’re basing your actions on expert recommendations and real data.

    As per Tenancy law, you can legally increase the rent once every 180 days, or within the first six months of a new tenancy beginning. The tenant must be notified in writing of any upcoming increase at least 60 days beforehand, and must be at a fair market level. This notice can be sent before the end of the 180 days is over, as long as you give the notice once 120 days have passed since the last raise.

    Please keep in mind that if the tenants have signed a fixed term agreement, there needs to be a specific clause within the agreement’s conditions stating that the rent can be increased during the fixed term.