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Nick, Peter and Suzanne hopped on a Webinar to discuss recent happenings with property and Covid-19 as the country prepares to exit level 4. We then dove into the Wellington market and look forward to see what life holds for the capital.

During a crisis the book as I see it is hold onto your assets and acquire more as you can, while sticking to rues and maintaining some flexibility. As a property investor it is about access to cash in the immediate term to handle a painful vacancy or job loss, while med/long term good cashflow is critical.

On April 6 I spoke with other experienced investors about their reaction to the unfolding Covid-19 crisis. The speakers on this call have invested through past downturns and offer invaluable experience. 

Resources and information links regarding the Covid-19 crisis and lockdown

Resources and information links regarding the Covid-19 crisis and lockdown

This post will be an evolving list of resources and links for homeowners, renters and landlords during the Covid-19 crisis. 

The recent escalation of COVID-19 is having a profound effect on the tourism industry in Rotorua as well as around the country. The increasingly imminent shutdown of most hospitality businesses in New Zealand means will be the loss of many hundreds of thousands of jobs in the short term.

I’m sure there will be two groups of investors out there; one will be excited the other terrified and worried.

This article breaks down the RTA amendment bill. It contains links to an interview between Nick and the manager of APIA and some other good resources that explaon the bill and what you can do. Submissions close March 25.

Tony was a guest speaker at the New Zealand Property Investors Federation Conference 2019 which was held in Rotorua. This is a summary of what he spoke about which has been provided by him
Tony Alexander's Aim
To help Kiwis make better decisions for their businesses, investments, home purchases, and people by writing in an easy to understand manner.

Understanding the lending criteria applied by Lenders and using an experienced mortgage broker specialising in property investors are two things that can significantly increase your ability to capitalize on your borrowing power.

From a marriage breakup in her late forties to owning her own home in Auckland freehold not too many years later... iFindProperty client Lorraine Rishworth has had one amazing turnaround and she was featured in the New Zealand Property Investor Magazine in early 2019 to share her story.

In a hot property market where affordable houses are quickly snapped up, our client nabbed themselves a great cashflow property at a price that means they will be able to buy again soon.

In my time as a property investor and particularly as I work more and more with other successful investors, I can't but help notice that the happy and successful people all do some things in common.

Wow, where has the time gone? We nearly through 2018 and the last 12 months has flown by. A fair bit has changed and I have a snapshot of where we are in the market. The new CVs come out in November and the expectation is for a massive increase compared with the 2015 CV we currently have.

For those of you looking to invest in a solid market with good returns, Wellington is still the place to be. I would like to give you an update on the Wellington market as I see it and offer some slightly different views.

How I recently helped a young couple looking for their first home. This couple had become very frustrated after missing out many times in a market where most properties were going to tender or auction. They were looking for a property that would be suitable to live in now as well as to hold long term after they have moved on.

Quite a few property investors are thinking about selling. Should you just accept that you will have to recover all the building depreciation you have previously claimed? ……… NO

We invited an investor, insurance advisor and property tax specialist to a round table discussion of strategies, pros, cons potential pitfalls when planning or running a short term rental investment in New Zealand.

The best time to learn and grow is always right now and it certainly does not matter if you are currently looking to buy or not. In fact, a bit of down time between open homes and evaluating properties can be the perfect opportunity to reflect and study.

Here are some things you can do right now that will provide long term benefits to your investing.

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