Some landlords are eligible for 50% funding to insulate their rental properties under the latest EECA's Warm Up New Zealand: Healthy Homes programme.
Good news for landlords as the recent budget announced an additional $36 million to make New Zealand homes warmer drier and healthier.
- $18 million has been earmarked to extend the Warm Up New Zealand:Healthy Homes programme for two years to help insulate rental properties with low-income tenants, especially those with health needs.
- A further $18 million has been allocated over four years to help overcome preventable illnesses among young children (newborn to 5 years old) through the Healthy Home Initiative to address damp, cold and unhealthy homes.
The extra $18m funding for insulation under the EECA programme should be welcomed by landlords as the Residential Tenancies Amendment bill currently before parliament is set to make insulation mandatory. Read more
So landlords, if your rental property was built before 2000, and your tenants are on low incomes, you may be eligible for 50% insulation funding. Contact us today to see if your tenants qualify.
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