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Property Investors Learn From Mentors

September 1, 2016

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Investors keen to keep growing their property investment portfolios are turning to PropertyTutors mentors. Sean Wood owner of the largest property investor mentoring service says his mentoring team are in high demand.

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Smart Apartments A First For Auckland

June 3, 2016

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New homes are getting smarter and the latest apartment development called the Kosmopolis by Chateau Management Group offers systems and appliances controlled by your mobile.

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High NZ Dollar – Less Aussie Investors

January 19, 2015


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Property in Auckland is not on the market for long these days and at Auctions local buyers often battle it out with offshore buyers however New Zealand’s high dollar may put off the Aussie investors investing elsewhere around the country.

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A CGT Is No Show Stopper For Investors

September 15, 2014



Property Investors who are buying property and selling for a profit are known as Property Traders and their property deals incur a Capital Gains Tax. Property Investors who buy property and hold on to it – renting it out usually for years sometime decades do not pay Capital Gains Tax.

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Property Investors Carry On As Usual

June 3, 2014



Banks systems have been fine-tuned for the RBNZ LVR restrictions and buyers needing to borrow more than 80 percent of the value of the property are slowly coming back to the market. NZHerald reports April 14 has seen a rise in the percentage of loans granted though it is still a way off the allowed […]

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Auckland on the road to success

February 11, 2014


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Auckland is a super city and it is the first of its kind in New Zealand.  The most obvious benefit of the super city is the single focus on necessary investment in infrastructure. In the past there were too many chiefs and councils  and all needed to agree to get infrastructure projects off the starting […]

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