RPMA on Today FM

Today FM's Rachel Smalley speaks to RPMA© Deputy Chairman Ryan Weir about the recent regulation announcement.  

Ryan explained while there are good aspects to the regulation, the Government missed a huge opportunity by failing to include DIY/private landlords (who control roughly 60% of the tenancies in NZ) in the regulation of the sector. 

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How to present a great listing presentation

Ryan Weir facilitates this RPMA® webinar on how to present a Great Listing Presentation.  This webinar is ideal for Property Managers, Business Development Managers and Principals.

Research shows more and more Landlords and shopping around before selecting their Property Manager, so having a great listing presentation is essential to anyone looking to grow their portfolio. 

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The Art of Negotiation in Property Management

Facilitator and panelist: Ryan Weir – deputy chairman of RPMA® and director of Propertyscouts NZ. Ryan talks specifically about how to negotiate with your Landlords to get full fees and AVOID discounting! Panelist Joel Thompson – real estate professional who has previously started, scaled and sold a property management business. Sharing his tips on how to negotiate with anyone. Panelist Kyle Weir – Head of business performance managers at Laser Group. 

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Property Managers - boost your credentials

Are you ready to advance your property management career with the Level 4 Certificate in Property Management from the Residential Property Managers Association of New Zealand (RPMA®)?

Position yourself as a leading property manager with these credentials and get 'ahead of the curve'.  Regulation of the industry is looming, now is the perfect time to get qualified, ahead of time.

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Update Regarding Family Violence

MBIE has updated RPMA on the provisions in the Residential Tenancies Act 1986 (RTA) to enable victims of family violence to leave a tenancy at short notice (section 56B), and to enable landlords to terminate tenancies where a charge has been filed for assault (section 55AA). 

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