New build benefits for investors
Seven things to consider when buying an investment property
Interested in property investing?
Thinking about dipping your toe into the property investment pool? There are a multitude of questions you may have, from how to begin investing in property, what deposit is required, if you can afford it, what type of property is best to buy, and how to find tenants - there’s a lot to consider.
The difference between an investment property and your own home is that you earn an income from the investment property. Any financial returns from property investment come from rental income and from any increase in the value of property over time, which is called capital gains. An investment property has the potential to provide solid results and returns for you, growing your capital and generating income.
Property investment is one of the most popular methods of investing in New Zealand, and can be one of the biggest investments or life decisions you will ever make. Investing in property may feel like an exciting step or a daunting prospect to you. That’s why our expert team is here to support you!
Supporting investors for generations
Universal Homes has been at the forefront of residential build development in New Zealand for over three generations. We’re extremely proud of our superb service, helping tens of thousands of Kiwi investors and buyers into high-quality houses since 1959. Our strong experience, reliable reputation, and dedicated team mean we can help you wherever you’re at on your property investment journey.
Investing in a New Universal Home
New Universal homes are investor-ready, making them an ideal choice for rental investment whether you’re starting out or adding to your portfolio. They are designed and built to meet NZ Healthy Homes standards for rental properties, and are available in various locations across New Zealand. Universal Homes offers varying styles of properties, from lock and leave town houses and apartments, to larger stand-alone family homes.