November 2012 Newsletter

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 Landlord tip
  Online tenant checking is a vital part of tenant selection. It allows you to obtain information which is quite separate from the information offered to you via the Tenancy Application. Obviously a TINZ check allows you the ability to search 6 relevant databases simultaneously. Also you may find information by checking your prospective tenant on Facebook or simply Googling their name might surprise you from time to time.     When searching Facebook you can search name and town. Sometimes email address is a good search if you have collected that on your application. When using Google put the tenants name and then the town or city they are in or the town where they have come from.

  Landlord tip of the month.   If you would like to share a Landlord tip we would love to hear from you at . We are looking for short sharp 1 or 2 paragraph tips which will help us all. If we use your tip in a newsletter there will be a small gift in the mail in appreciation for your effort.  :-)


Aaron Webinar  

 TINZ is happy to endorse an upcoming webinar by Aaron Clancy. Aaron will be running a Property Management Marketing webinar this coming Wednesday November 28th at 2pm (it will run for around 60 mins)! Aaron co owns and runs his own property management company and also does high level marketing for various property management companies around the country! In this webinar he will cover:

  •  Why you NEED a direct response website
  •  How to utilise the power of Google Local Places
  •  How he turned 6 figures with a basic Search Engine Optimisation strategy
  •  Pay Per Click Advertising - Arbitrage method
  •  Working out your Client Lifetime Value
This will be action packed and you do not want to miss this webinar. NO ONE in New Zealand is implementing on and offline marketing strategies like Aaron and his team are! This will be a FREE webinar for all TINZ newsletter recipients. Be on the call!

>> Click here to register

TINZ tips
 Hopefully lots of the references you lodge on TINZ are for great tenants. Next time you may wish to print off a copy and give it to your departing tenant. Tenants love good TINZ references which they can use when next applying for rental accomodation.
Remember we credit your account for every reference you lodge on TINZ.
Here is a short  video tutorial about TINZ lodgments.

TINZ members....TINZ has always had lots of word of mouth referrals. Now we would like to say thanks and  reward you for the next time you  >>Refer a Friend

visit HousesToRent

Free for Bulk Uploading available rentals from your software to Our facebook advertising is now in front of well over 100,000 kiwis every week. Tips for bulk uploading from software >>here  

Suggestion Box.   Many of the improvements we make on the website are directly linked to suggestions from our members. If you think we could do something different or better we would love to hear from you in our   >>Suggestion Box<<

     TINZ appreciates support and endorsement from...

visit REINZ website click to visit NZPIF website visit lpmnz website

As a NZPIF sponsor TINZ enjoyed seeing many of our 
members at the NZPIF conference recently.

Article of Interest 

 Softly softly is correct approach to housing issues

The NZ Property Investors’ Federation applauds the Government’s stance on tackling the perceived problem of housing affordability..... >>read more<<


  Market Rents

Check the latest on market rents for your area  >> here << 

For a tool to  >> Graph DBH Data <<


  We are always happy to hear from you and assist in any way we can. 

Tenancy Information N.Z. Ltd.
PO Box 105524, Auckland City,N.Z.
Ph. 0800 Tenant (0800 836268) 

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Disclaimer: This newsletter is for general information purposes only. The views expressed in this newsletter are not necessarily those of TINZ. TINZ has taken all reasonable measures to ensure that the material contained in this newsletter is correct. However, TINZ gives no warranty and accepts no responsibility for the accuracy or the completeness of the material. Readers are advised not to rely solely on this information when making any decision.