This month's issue of NZ Property Investor Magazine has a theme about learning from history and other investors' mistakes.
Learning from the past is a powerful tool to help you succeed in the future. In this issue of the NZ Property Investor we look at just that: what lessons you can take from the recent property downturn and apply it to your investing strategies.
Plus, we revisit one of our high profile and ambitious property investors Laurence Pope and find out what where his scheme went wrong. We first profiled Pope in June 2008 when, at the age of 22 he had bought 16 houses in a street in Paeroa with plans to make some serious dollars.
Unfortunately things went wrong and many of the houses were sold at mortgagee sales.
One of the most significant trends and forecasts in the market at the moment is that rents are going to rise. This is good news for landlords and property investors.
The NZ Property Investor tells you how you can increase your rents and how you can do it and also keep your tenants happy.
It may be a buyer's market at the moment, but some investors are selling. We show you why selling a property privately can be more beneficial than selling through an agent. An important aspect of private sales is having specific goals in mind in terms of time and money.
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