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NZ Property Investor September 2021

The New Zealand Property investor magazine provides readers with information you can use to successfully invest in residential property. You can learn from the experts, read the stories of your fellow investors and keep up to date with the latest house prices and rental statistics.

Country:
New Zealand
Language:
English
Publisher:
NZ Property Investor Magazine Ltd
Frequency:
Monthly
$8.47(Incl. tax)
$83.70(Incl. tax)
12 Issues

in this issue

2 min
we’ve got this

The naysayers predicting a property collapse seem to have been silenced by the remarkable property boom that took place postlockdown last year. We have decided to run an extended news feature on what the experts feel may happen when we open up this time around. While the price boom of last year isn’t predicted, the consensus is that we won’t be seeing any major drops either. Speaking of the recent property boom, our lead story for September focuses on the best ways to guarantee good yields for residential property. While the highest yielding suburbs may not be the best bet for buyers wanting a guaranteed tenant pool (most of these are in far flung locales with small populations) there are other ways to ensure good yields. We speak to investors and…

3 min
boarding house claim tossed out

Briar Albert runs a caravan park with her husband and the tenant signed a long-term agreement in July 2018 to rent a caravan and annex for herself and her mother at $195 a week. In April this year the tenant was given a two-week eviction notice. She took a case to the tribunal claiming exemplary damages for removal costs, breach of quiet enjoyment amounting to harassment, retaliatory notice and being given an eviction notice unlawfully. Albert and her husband challenged whether the tenant had a residential tenancy. They claimed the camping ground was run as a boarding house, which is outside the jurisdiction of the tribunal. Adjudicator J Robson said the RTA does apply to the tenant as she occupied, under a tenancy agreement, a caravan at a camping ground. “The long-term occupation agreement…

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4 min
post-lockdown price predictions

After the first level 4 Covid-19 lockdown early last year, house prices surged 30% in year-on-year growth, but property data company CoreLogic’s research head Nick Goodall says it is doubtful this will happen again. “Reintroduced loan-to-value ratio restrictions and signals from the Reserve Bank the OCR is going to rise, which means historically low bank mortgage interest rates will increase, will keep house price growth at a modest level,” he says. Goodall says the OCR rise could presumably happen as soon as there is a bit more certainty around this lockdown, rather than necessarily needing to wait until the next “official” opportunity on October 6. “It’s not a matter of if but when. The Reserve Bank has done the right thing in waiting to lift the rate.” He says how long the lockdown…

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1 min
nz property investor events calendar

PROPERTY INVESTMENT AND EDUCATION WEBINAR, available on demand or via live Zoom webinar. Hosted by Gilligan Rowe and Associates. Free to attend. For more information and to register, please visit https://www.gra.co.nz/events/property-investment-seminars or phone +64 9 522 7955. PROPERTY SCHOOL 7-MODULE ONLINE COURSE, available on demand. Hosted by Gilligan Rowe and Associates. Includes over 12 hours of videos, articles and quizzes. Special price of $495 for NZ Property Investor magazine readers (usually $595). To register: www.gra.co.nz/ps-offer or phone +64 9 522 7955. POSITIVE REAL ESTATE ONLINE: BEGINNERS GUIDE TO PROPERTY INVESTMENT IN NZ. FREE EVENTS FOR SEPTEMBER. Thursday, September 2: online 6:30pm-8:30pm; Tuesday, September 7: online 6:30pm-8:30pm; Saturday September 18, Greenlane, Auckland 1pm-3:00pm; Thursday September 23, online 6:30pm-8:30pm; Thursday September 30: online 6:30pm-8:30pm. To register: https://www.propertyapprentice.co.nz/free-property-investment-seminars/ 1-DAY PROPERTY WORKSHOP: September 18 and October 9…

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3 min
build to rent, what is it and why we should consider it?

I have been in the property finance sector for 25 years and for the last 15 years have been operating as an advisor in the UK market. Having recently returned to NZ I have noted that there are many similarities between the UK and NZ markets, but I wanted to highlight some of the differences that I have noticed with reference to the build to rent concept. The build to rent banner encompasses a couple of different models – my first experiences with the idea was a few years ago when the UK suffered a soft property market following the Brexit vote. I had several clients that had finished residential development projects only to find that buyers were wary of purchasing when it looked like prices may be falling. However, the underlying demand…

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5 min
building wealth through time travel

Imagine if you could pull forward property profits and rents from the future? Time-travelling. It’s a unique way to think about property investment. But that’s how property investment coach Ilse Wolfe describes her business style. Cashflow hacking is Wolfe’s high impact and tailormade approach to her renovations-based property portfolio. From her own experience, she’s created a tight-knit sequence of six principles alongside pin-pointed purchasing criteria that have aspiring investors gravitating to her new service: Opes Accelerate property coaching. Put simply, cashflow hacking is the new-world version of the BRRRR renovation strategy, enabling investors to manufacture, very quickly, substantial equity gain from their properties and significantly increase rent. It actively, and quite literally, builds wealth in only a few weeks of work. “I don’t want to wait for organic market growth, so I manufacture it,” she…

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