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NZ Property Investor

Jan 01 2021
Magazine

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.

NZ Property Investor

NEW GUIDE TO PROPERTY MANAGEMENT • The Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) has announced a new course that is aimed at new property managers and hopes to raise the bar when it comes to professionalism in the sector.

RBNZ CALLING FOR LVR FEEDBACK • The Reserve Bank of New Zealand - Te Pūtea Matua is calling out for feedback around its plan to reinstate loan-to-value ratio (LVR) restrictions on high-risk lending.

DANGEROUS TENANCY TERMINATED • A violent and noisy tenant has been given the boot after multiple instances of antisocial behaviour.

NZ PROPERTY INVESTOR  EVENTS CALENDAR • Your monthly round up of property investment related events around the country.

SMASHING RECORDS • The housing market has taken off and is hitting new record highs, writes Daniel Smith.

WHAT’S DRIVING HOUSE PRICES?

PLANNING FOR RETIREMENT • You never know when your world might dramatically change, so now is the time to put a plan in place if you’re heading for retirement, writes John Bolton.

CHANGE OF STRUCTURE • Is it worth changing ownership structure to purchase extra investment properties?

INTEREST RATES FORECAST • After a year of historically low interest rates, Ryan Smuts looks at what is on the cards for 2021.

PROPERTY, TAX AND FINANCE IN 2021 • Matthew Gilligan explains what the new year may bring for investors.

TO LEARN MORE:

PROFILES REVISITED • It’s been a busy year for the investors we profiled in 2020. Joanna Jefferies caught up with some of them to see how they fared in the post-lockdown months.

TIP OF THE MONTH

WHAT LIES AHEAD? • The economic outlook is positive, property values are on the rise, and there are still plenty of opportunities for investors in 2021, writes Joanna Jefferies.

INSURANCE: ARE YOU COVERED? • Neil Bayley explains the six critical pillars of insuring your rental, so that you don’t get a nasty surprise come claim time.

THE COVID-19 COIN • The commercial property experience has been the flipside to the residential post-pandemic, writes Jeff Brill.

AGAINST THE ODDS • A pandemic, severe injury and illness didn’t stop a Tauranga couple from successfully renovating a rundown unit, writes Joanna Mathers.

KITCHEN RENOVATIONS

WORRIED YOU’LL MISS THE BOAT? • Don’t get suckered into buying something that doesn’t fit with your purchase criteria and your long-term goals, says Debbie Roberts.

HAIL SITES: WHAT ARE THEY? • There are some key things to understand if your site is identified as having been contaminated, writes Mason Reed.

RESOLUTIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES • Ann Easthope discusses two of the main changes from phase two of the amended Residential Tenancies Act.

BRIGHT-LINE ENFORCEMENT INITIATIVES • IRD have been contacting taxpayers they believe may have tax liabilities caught by the bright-line test, so investors need to know their tax position, writes Mark Withers.

PLENTY OF DEMAND • In the Bay of Plenty demand is outstripping supply and as a result values are soaring, writes Joanna Mathers.

CORELOGIC TAURANGA KELVIN DAVIDSON, SENIOR PROPERTY ECONOMIST, CORELOGIC

INVESTORS’ GUIDE TO TAURANGA & MT MAUNGANUI

WELLINGTON PIAs AMALGAMATE • Never before has our industry gone through as many changes as have been thrown our way during 2020, writes Sharon Cullwick.

WHAT’S HAPPENING IN YOUR REGION

STATISTICS


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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.

NZ Property Investor

NEW GUIDE TO PROPERTY MANAGEMENT • The Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) has announced a new course that is aimed at new property managers and hopes to raise the bar when it comes to professionalism in the sector.

RBNZ CALLING FOR LVR FEEDBACK • The Reserve Bank of New Zealand - Te Pūtea Matua is calling out for feedback around its plan to reinstate loan-to-value ratio (LVR) restrictions on high-risk lending.

DANGEROUS TENANCY TERMINATED • A violent and noisy tenant has been given the boot after multiple instances of antisocial behaviour.

NZ PROPERTY INVESTOR  EVENTS CALENDAR • Your monthly round up of property investment related events around the country.

SMASHING RECORDS • The housing market has taken off and is hitting new record highs, writes Daniel Smith.

WHAT’S DRIVING HOUSE PRICES?

PLANNING FOR RETIREMENT • You never know when your world might dramatically change, so now is the time to put a plan in place if you’re heading for retirement, writes John Bolton.

CHANGE OF STRUCTURE • Is it worth changing ownership structure to purchase extra investment properties?

INTEREST RATES FORECAST • After a year of historically low interest rates, Ryan Smuts looks at what is on the cards for 2021.

PROPERTY, TAX AND FINANCE IN 2021 • Matthew Gilligan explains what the new year may bring for investors.

TO LEARN MORE:

PROFILES REVISITED • It’s been a busy year for the investors we profiled in 2020. Joanna Jefferies caught up with some of them to see how they fared in the post-lockdown months.

TIP OF THE MONTH

WHAT LIES AHEAD? • The economic outlook is positive, property values are on the rise, and there are still plenty of opportunities for investors in 2021, writes Joanna Jefferies.

INSURANCE: ARE YOU COVERED? • Neil Bayley explains the six critical pillars of insuring your rental, so that you don’t get a nasty surprise come claim time.

THE COVID-19 COIN • The commercial property experience has been the flipside to the residential post-pandemic, writes Jeff Brill.

AGAINST THE ODDS • A pandemic, severe injury and illness didn’t stop a Tauranga couple from successfully renovating a rundown unit, writes Joanna Mathers.

KITCHEN RENOVATIONS

WORRIED YOU’LL MISS THE BOAT? • Don’t get suckered into buying something that doesn’t fit with your purchase criteria and your long-term goals, says Debbie Roberts.

HAIL SITES: WHAT ARE THEY? • There are some key things to understand if your site is identified as having been contaminated, writes Mason Reed.

RESOLUTIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES • Ann Easthope discusses two of the main changes from phase two of the amended Residential Tenancies Act.

BRIGHT-LINE ENFORCEMENT INITIATIVES • IRD have been contacting taxpayers they believe may have tax liabilities caught by the bright-line test, so investors need to know their tax position, writes Mark Withers.

PLENTY OF DEMAND • In the Bay of Plenty demand is outstripping supply and as a result values are soaring, writes Joanna Mathers.

CORELOGIC TAURANGA KELVIN DAVIDSON, SENIOR PROPERTY ECONOMIST, CORELOGIC

INVESTORS’ GUIDE TO TAURANGA & MT MAUNGANUI

WELLINGTON PIAs AMALGAMATE • Never before has our industry gone through as many changes as have been thrown our way during 2020, writes Sharon Cullwick.

WHAT’S HAPPENING IN YOUR REGION

STATISTICS


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