Seminars Do You Attend All Of Them?

April 10, 2014

Tips & Ideas

Property Seminars are generally more prevalent in positive economic times.  You could attend all of them but why would you?

Property Investment Seminar is a popular title.  However not all seminars are the same and when you know the ‘motive’ of the business hosting the event you’ll be able to gauge the appropriateness of the seminar for you and your situation.

The information shared at seminars varies greatly.  There are many types of businesses holding property seminars in New Zealand.  For example a property development company  will host a seminar/information evening to primarily sell their developments just like a Bank’s property seminar will be geared towards ‘financing’ options  and a property mentoring business’s seminar will focus on the benefits of property mentoring or coaching.

Be clear what you want to achieve and attend the seminar that really matches your requirements.  PropertyTutors owner Sean Wood says he is delighted with the interest in The Masters – a one day event held in Auckland and Wellington twice a year on property investing mentoring.  He says people are informed before they turn up.  They know why they are there and what they want to achieve and the information shared at The Masters event confirms what’s possible hence the on going popularity in The Masters mentoring program.

Clearly that’s the answer – seek to understand what’s on offer e.g. if you’re a first home buyer and that is what you want – to buy a home to live in choice the seminars or information evenings that deal with that specifically.  If you are interesting in property investment or you’re a seasoned property investor seeking more then seminars like The Masters is right for you.

 

 

 

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