The IRD gives you a fairly good guide here under the heading "Deductions You Can and Can't Claim." You might also find this info helpful:
What info should you keep for your rental property? Your accountant should be able to give you a specific list based on your situation, but here is a general guide.
This list assumes you are using a property manager. All costs are for the 12 months preceding 31 March:
In our view, Home Office expenses can be claimed if you have rental property; however, as it is generally passive income (unless you are managing the properties yourself) we recommend a conservative claim, as follows:
For the rental property:
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Why keep good records? The better your records, the more expenses can be legitimately claimed, and the better the tax result is for you.
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