Crockers Property Management manages a large number of rental properties on the Whangaparaoa Peninsula and has staff living in the area. As a landlord, it goes unsaid that you want to achieve maximum rental returns and want to minimise the risks, but peace of mind is as important. Here’s where we can help too!
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Let’s talk about some of the many, many aspects that make living near the Bay of Whales so exciting for both landlords and tenants. Twenty-five kilometres from the bustling Auckland City centre, and a leisurely ride on the gulf harbour ferry, lies the Bay of Whales, or Whangaparaoa as it’s known in Maori. Whales, orcas and dolphins can often be seen frolicking along the coast. Whangaparaoa attracts more than happy-go-lucky Cetacea. The warm climate, the beautiful coastline with its magnificent beaches and excellent amenities, also attracts people looking for a lifestyle change away from Auckland. The long, narrow stretch of land that makes up the peninsula, 6.8 km to be exact, is hugged by sandy beaches and rocky outcrops. Home to a number of smaller suburbs, Whangaparaoa boasts the predator-free Shakespeare Regional Park and a naval training base. Only four kilometres from the end of the peninsula, lies Tiritiri Matangi Island, a nature reserve that is home to the rare takahe.
This magnificent area was once quite secluded and many of its residents were retired, but things are changing. With its wonderful beaches, hiking, sailing and water sports opportunities, as well as an abundance of restaurants, excellent schools and shopping facilities, Whangaparaoa, despite fairly high property prices, is becoming the residential area of choice for young families.
Want to discuss Property Management in Whangaparaoa? Have a friendly chat with one of our team!
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