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16a Enderley Avenue

Waikato
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94sqm
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16a Enderley Avenue Waikato
proudly marketed by
Jason Penny
Vaunt NZ Limited TA Proppy
Crunch the Numbers – Good Returns Here
Better than putting your money in the bank, this extremely tidy brick townhouse is one for you to consider and crunch the numbers on. Rent will be reviewed by HNZ in August each year and they take care of everything else including maintenance and the tenants. With a long-term lease on the property, you can sit back and enjoy the benefits. Built in 2009 and still looking good, this block of single-level homes has a well-run body corporate ownership managed by Colliers. If you were wanting this as an easy-to-manage rental, the current Housing New Zealand lease has an expiry date of July 2023. This makes it an ideal investment for those looking for a hassle-free investment, let Housing New Zealand do all the work! They look after the tenancy and rent payments and pay the owner monthly. This is a low-maintenance house with two double bedrooms, and an internal access garage with an automatic garage door and separate laundry. There's plenty of storage and inside the space is light and welcoming. A private outdoor area opens from the lounge ranch slider and there are tidy, easy-care gardens out front complete the look of this well-groomed abode. The location is a five-minute walk to a wide range of shopping, eateries, a service station, and a Countdown supermarket. There is transport nearby and it's a straight shot into the city along Boundary Road or to the ring road out of town along Fifth. This property is also zoned for Hamilton Boys High and Hamilton Girls High. This is a fantastic opportunity to secure a good rental for a secure long-term income. Log in to https://listings.proppy.co.nz/582 to download full documents on the lease and title. Surplus to the vendor's requirements and they're ready to sell! Disclaimer: Information contained on any marketing material, website or other portal should not be relied upon. You should make your own enquiries and seek your own independent advice with respect to any property advertised or the information about the property.
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