Property Investment Mentoring Set To Increase in 2014

January 23, 2014

Property Investing, Tips & Ideas

Sean Wood of PropertyTutors Limited says 2014 will be a busy year for his property mentoring business.

PropertyTutors is New Zealand’s leading property investment education and mentoring business.  Their 2013 results suggest to them that more New Zealanders are tuning into the need to be financially secure when they retire and they see property the way to achieve it.

Gone are the days New Zealanders can sit back and live off the Government Superannuation (Super).

Everything from the basic necessities to the ‘nice to have’ items cost a lot more and New Zealanders are used to spending their entire pay packet.

Living off the Super is therefore not an option for most of us and this realisation is noted in the increase in attendance of professional property investing mentoring programs.

Property investment mentoring is set to increase in 2014

Sean Wood 

There are a lot of accidental property investors in New Zealand.  By accidental we infer there are people who are renting out a property rather than selling it when they purchase another home for their family.  From this experience they learn the ropes of managing the rental property and get first hand knowledge of how when chosen well – investment properties can provide a regular income.

There are lots of warnings with property investment just like any investment strategy.  The key is learning how to do it well and this is where the property investment mentoring speeds up the learning, experience and subsequent success.

Check out PropertyTutors – they offer eBooks on tips to succeed in property investment and you can also read about property deals done and some of their mentoring students success stories.




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