Most investors are either priced out of inner or middle ring capital city suburbs or have to resort to sacrificing their lifestyle to be able to afford the out-of-pocket holding costs. Join us for this live webinar and learn how to find and analyse affordable gentrifying areas which are primed to support solid sustained medium to long-term capital growth.
Reserve Bank of New Zealand Announcement - 13 November 2019
Learn how to find and analyse positively geared investment properties In this webinar replay, you will learn how to find property that will pay for itself, assist with finance serviceability and provide income regardless of what's happening in the property market.
Reserve Bank of New Zealand Announcement - 25 September 2019
Subdividing a section can be one of the best ways to manufacture equity and generate substantial profits This on-demand webinar recorded 26 June will demonstrate how you can use our powerful technology to find and analyse subdivision opportunities
Reserve Bank of New Zealand Announcement - 26 June 2019
HOW TO FIND DISTRESSED PROPERTY AND CREATE INSTANT EQUITY This on-demand webinar recorded 12 June will demonstrate how you can use our powerful technology to find and analyse distressed properties selling at below market value, offering upfront gains - not after 10 years - which can be leveraged to purchase your next investment property!
Property investment can be a sustainable and lucrative way to generate long term wealth.
Some first-home buyers are entering the property market because it's almost as affordable to own as it is to rent in some parts of the country, QV says. QV general manager David Nagel said first-home buyer activity was increasing in Wellington and Dunedin. People were taking advantage of the ability to use their KiwiSaver funds as a deposit. "The higher proportion of first-home buyer activity is largely due to rising rents, which mean it can often be as affordable to purchase an entry-level home and pay a mortgage, as it is to rent a home. "However, for many, raising a deposit is still a bridge too far to cross to be able to gain entry into the housing market."