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April issue - available now

Every issue of the NZ Property Investor magazine will continue to bring you all the news, tips and statistics you need to keep your property investments humming in 2008.

Friday, April 4th 2008, 12:00AM

by The Landlord

Our cover story this month looks into the reality of packaged property deals to see if ‘wealth without the work’ can be a reality. After the packaged property giant Blue Chip’s collapse, we also ask ‘how safe are they really?’

This issue features part four of our Investing 101 series, designed to help readers become better property investors, with a practical guide to residential property investment. In part four we look at who you should have as trusted players in your property investing team and why. After all, property investing is a team sport and at times we need to be able to rely on others.

Can you really start with $2 and end up with a house? We profile Adam Baird, a young ‘Palmy’ bloke whose personal challenge is to do just that – trade $2 for a house. We talk to him about his journey and what’s happened so far along the way.

Solutions to cash flow can be as easy as looking in your backyard. We look at how to increase cash flow through the faithful ol’ granny flat – how minor dwellings can be a major asset for investors.

Our feature on investor psychology looks at how successful investors seem to have similar mindsets when it comes to crafting their wealth. We look at how to lock your own mind into ‘wealth creation mode’ to help boost your property investing success.

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This month, the NZ Property Investor is giving subscribers the chance to win a copy of Michael Yardney’s 7-CD set, Mentored by the Property Masters, or one of 10 copies of Graeme Fowler’s book New Zealand Real Estate Investors’ Secrets. April subscribers also receive a discount of up to 20% off the subscription price.


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Also featured in the April 2008 issue:

  • News: Long-term leases: what’s the deal? Tax crackdowns are well underway; Auckland’s apartment market cranking again; Investors uncovering great deals in the current market; Rising rents just in time for landlords, and much more!
  • Housing commentary: Fast-paced market – The housing market is moving much faster than many predicted. Will it slow down, or keep on going?
  • Ask an expert: Have your burning property investment questions answered
  • More feature articles:
    • Insurance for property investors: Are your assets safe? We discover how many property investors are under-insured and at risk, because of that old belief “it won’t happen to me”
    • Commercial property: Leasing commercial property can be a bumpy ride. We review some more key property lease terms investors should be wary of and what changes have been made recently to the Property Law Act
  • Commercial news: Commercial property returns “cresting a wave”; Landmark Courtenay Place building on the market; Commercial development opportunity in Kaikoura; South Canterbury icon for sale
  • Columns:
    • Tenancy management: Who’s covered by the Residential Tenancies Act?
    • Economics: Wild weather still on the cards
    • Accounting: New tainting rules update
    • Valuations: How valuers should tread with care, especially in the wake of the Blue Chip collapse
    • Mortgages: How to reduce loan repayments and save yourself money
    • Property developing: The importance of carrying out due diligence and what you need to know before you buy
  • Regional review – Whangarei vs Wanganui: Battle of the mighty ‘W’s. We explore the two towns for hidden bargains and the current mood of the property market
  • Property Investors’ Federation: News from around the regions
  • Toolbox: A new mortgagee auctions website
  • Mortgage commentary: The era of cheap money looks to be over. Sky-rocketing interest rates mean there may be cuts in sight, but they won’t be as starry as we’ve seen in the past
  • Rental statistics: The latest rental returns by region and suburb
  • House prices: Median prices and total sales by region
  • Property books: Mentored by the Property Masters, hosted by Michael Yardney, and How and Where to Invest in Property featuring Michael Yardney, plus all the latest books from the Good Returns bookshop
  • And much more
Click here to subscribe now!

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