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New look January issue – available now

The NZ Property Magazine has been given a makeover for its 50th birthday. New look, new year, new strategies, plus all the latest property news and statistics inside

Monday, January 7th 2008, 10:36AM

by The Landlord

The NZ Property Magazine has been given a makeover for its 50th birthday. The magazine has a new name – NZ Property Investor, along with a new look.

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To help celebrate the 50th issue, NZ Property Investor is giving you the chance to win $1000 in cash. Subscribe now for a chance to win, and also receive a free magazine holder.

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Every issue will continue to bring you all the news, tips and statistics that you need to keep your property investments humming in 2008.

This issue has the first of a new series, Investing 101, designed to help readers become property investors, with a practical guide to residential property investment.

It also comes with the 2007 index, your guide to the top stories of 2007.

Also featured in the January 2008 issue:

  • News: Building boom driving property prices down; Blue Chip investors warned; new IRD warning regarding LAQC use
  • Housing commentary: Indicators are clear – we are into a buyer’s market
  • Ask an expert: Have your burning property investment questions answered
  • Outlook 2008 - new year, new strategy: Where successful investors are putting their money in 2008
  • Profile: Ron Hoy Fong on learning the hard way; he talks about debt tofu and family
  • Renovating for profit: How to make the best use of colour when renovating rental property
  • Agents and legal dealings: When deals go bad, part two
  • Investor psychology: Counter-cyclical investing - going against the crowd
  • Proportional ownership: What is it and what can it offer property investors?
  • Development profiles: Queenstown’s Pinnacle Quarter apartments
  • Commercial property: With residential property’s low yields, now could be the time to look into commercial property
  • Due Diligence: Nigel Fletcher looks at the importance of carrying out due diligence on commercial investments
  • Tenancy tribunal: Decisions from the tenancy tribunal
  • Economics: Housing market tamed
  • Accounting: Weighing tax code benefits
  • Investing strategy: Winning in 2008 and beyond
  • Mortgages: Avoid the credit squeeze
  • Regional review - Central Auckland: We look at what type of investment property will provide the best returns when buying in the big smoke
  • Property Investors’ Federation: News from around the regions
  • Toolbox: A new website lists and rates real estate agents on the basis of user feedback
  • Mortgage commentary: Mortgage rates may not be significantly lower than their current levels until 2010
  • Rental statistics: the latest rental returns by region and suburb
  • House prices: Median prices and total sales by region
  • Property books: Top 10 books for property investors from 2007, plus all the latest books from the Good Returns bookshop
  • And much more
« Book: Property Law - A NZ Investors GuideBook: Young & Singles Guide to Property Investment »

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