09 945 4884
or our mobile phone: 021 993 519


Search our list of currently available properties to rent in the Whangarei area


Find out more about how we manage your rental investment, screen tenants and maintain your property.


Find out how to apply for a property, what costs are involved and how we look after you

Property Management Whangarei

  • Open communication, rapid response and personal attention.
  • Monitoring of all rent payments on a daily basis.
  • Bond lodgements and refunds.
  • Tenant selection and all affiliated documentation.
  • A good working knowledge of the Residential Tenancy Act 1986.
  • Extensive credit checks for prospective tenants.
  • Routine inspections with detailed reports.
  • Prompt landlord payments.
  • Written rent appraisals.
  • Inventories and digital photos of interior/exterior of your property/ies.
  • We operate a Trust Account that is audited annually.
  • Water readings taken at the beginning and end of each tenancy.
  • We are a member of the Independent Property Manager’s Association.
  • We are on call 24/7.
  • Above all we offer a professional, friendly “no nonsense” approach.

How we manage property in the Whangarei area
Our philosophy is to give you the best service possible at all times.

  • To be known for honesty and integrity.
  • To establish a healthy and beneficial business relationship with both Landlords and Tenants.
  • To be ethical and professional at all times.
  • To keep up to date with all facets of the Residential Tenancy Act 1986.
  • To continue with ongoing training.
  • Zero tolerance on late rent payments

Property Management Whangarei

Judy Morgan


“Our focus is to provide an excellent standard of customer service that maintains a high degree of owner and tenant satisfaction. I have been in Property Management for 8 years and have an excellent relationship with my landlords and tenants”.


We will compose a classified advertisement that best describes the features of your property/ies.

We will take digital photographs of the property/ies with relevant information to describe it.

  • We have a website which the public can easily access. On this is found all photos/descriptions of the properties available to rent.
  • Window displays.
  • A list in the office for prospective tenants to peruse.
  • In the local paper.