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Meet Villi Tosi

Villi Tosi is a proud Manawatu resident and established Homely Property Management through the desire to provide a unique and tailored service to property investors. He is passionate about property management and not only provides advice to new investors, but assists and supports large investors to achieve their property investment goals. He also believes that building a positive rapport with tenants will lead to outstanding outcomes for both tenant and landlord. Villi has years of experience in the property management industry and is recognised as an industry leader through many property management organisations in both New Zealand and Australia.

Villi brings a fresh and innovative approach to property management and is always thinking of new ways to deliver excellent results. 

He wants you to enjoy your property investment journey and will do everything he can to make it stress free for you. With Homely Property Management being small and boutique, it allows Villi to personalise his approach with you. 

If Villi isn’t spending time with his wife and two daughters on their lifestyle property just out of Palmerston North, he’ll be out in the community watching local sport or getting outdoors hiking.

If you are seeking a new and personalised approach for the management of your property, then give Villi a call on 0274663598 or email villi@homely.nz to start your Homely Property Management journey.

Homely Tips

Treat your property like a business and ensure it is managed professionally. Otherwise consider hiring a Property Manager so they can do this for you.

— Landlord tip

Always complete an entry/ingoing inspection report with plenty of photos that shows the condition of the property before new tenants move in. This will resolve any disputes during or at the end of a tenancy.

— Landlord tip

If you have a heat pump, ensure you clean the filters every 3 months. This will ensure the heat pump is working efficiently and will avoid any maintenance issues in the future.

— Tenant tip

It is recommended that tenants consider taking out renters insurance or some form of contents insurance when moving into a rental property. This will protect your belongings in unforeseen circumstances.

— Tenant tip

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