About the IPMA

The leading voice in independent property management

The IPMA was established in 2003 as an independent means of delivering a voice for the property management industry.  In mid-2018 the Association joined forces with the Property Institute of New Zealand (PINZ) in a bid to further enhance professional ethics and standards.

The IPMA provides a framework within which individuals and companies can work.

It supports members throughout New Zealand – all committed to raising the standard of property management.

The organisation’s key objectives are to:

  • Raise standards in the residential property management sector
  • Improve the public standing of the property management industry
  • Provide members with support and training to enhance their professional skills
  • Facilitate training opportunities for Continuing Professional Development
  • Lobby the government on behalf of members on relevant law reforms relating to the industry
  • Provide protection for the public through a robust complaints process

The IPMA has a defined Constitution, underpinned by a set of Rules, Code of Practice, and Code of Ethics.

All new members are required to fulfil the following requirements:

  • A clear Police check & credit record
  • Operate a separate bank account for rents
  • Hold Public Liability insurance
  • Agree to our strict code of practice / code of ethics
  • Adhere to the Residential Tenancies Act
  • Actively maintain ongoing professional development
  • Act professionally at ALL TIMES

Download the application form here.

 
Our Committee

Karen Withers - President , Jeremy Baker - Member, Annabel Black - Administrator, Vicky Harris - Member, Rachel Kann - Member, Keys Kerdemelidis-Kiesanowski - Member, Vanessa Kerr - Member, David Pearse - Member, Keith Powell - Member, Milton Weir - Member, Hamish Wilson - Treasurer

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