Homes Hub.

New Healthy Homes Standards came into effect on 1st July 2021. Our Healthy Homes Hub is your one-stop-shop for useful articles, guides and on-hand advice from property experts.

What is Healthy Homes Standards?

The Healthy Homes Guarantee Act is a policy that aims to increase the quality of rental homes in New Zealand. The new regulations introduce specific and minimum standards for insulation, heating, moisture, drainage, ventilation and draught stopping for all  rental properties.

What's the worst that can happen?

If the deadlines are not met, fines of up to $4,000 may be incurred if landlords are taken to the Tenancy Tribunal.

Learn more on how to avoid penalties in our free guide.

Free Download:

Landlords' Healthy Homes Guide

The Ins and Outs of New Zealand Healthy Homes compliance. Our guide sets out, in practical terms, what the Government changes mean for you as a Landlord

Download this guide to learn:

New changes to the Healthy Homes Guarantees Act

A timeline of when you need to be compliant   

What the changes mean for landlords and investors

Challenges with Multi-Unit Dwellings

Consequences and Benefits

Join over 500 Property Investors who have downloaded our guide, and get prepared.

Healthy Homes Guide

Webinar Recording:

Healthy Homes in a Body Corporate

This webinar recording covers Healthy Homes in Multi-Unit dwellings (apartments complexes, townhouse, etc), and is useful for both landlords and community living committee members.


CEO, Helen O’Sullivan, our GM of Body Corporate / Community Living, Victor Jamieson and our GM of Property Management, Joe Schellack.

Get prepared for Healthy Homes by downloading our free guide.

More useful articles, guides and advice on Healthy Homes

Need some advice?

For more information on the New Zealand Healthy Homes Standards or your property, contact our team of experts, Brenda and Mark, to discuss your needs today on 09 623 5952 | [email protected].

Or jump on to a chat if we're online!

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