PropertyTutors and Gilligan Rowe & Associates have got together and are running free information evenings in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington and Christchurch. This free event could help you create the financial future you want. With presenters from both Gilligan Rowe & Associates and PropertyTutors, these information evenings will be full of tips and information on how to make your money work for you and secure your financial future.
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he biggest expense for a young family is the cost of housing. Rent and mortgage payments are fixed costs which can only be reduced by moving to a cheaper house, so when it comes to saving money we need to look at the next biggest expense, and that is the weekly shopping bill.
David Windler combines his expertise with the market opportunity and the locked in intellectual property of PropertyTutors, to give you big options.
One of the biggest financial risks faced by retirees is that they will run out of money before they run out of time.
Two areas we are talking about here, Affordability and Banks easing up at high LVR’s. Specifically 90% advances much easier so maybe …
Investment markets move in cycles and it’s difficult to forecast when they’ll rise or fall. Moving your money in and out of the market during a downturn means you could potentially miss out on any positive bounce in a strong market recovery.
It’s easy to invest when markets are running smoothly but when they fall your confidence can be sorely tested. More uncertainty in investment markets means more volatility and a need to review your investment strategy.
For first home buyers the next few months are shaping up to a good time to buy and there are three reasons for this. Firstly, we are seeing a decline in property prices as winter sets in. Some property investors have reacted to the last budget by choosing to sell and this has had an impact at the lower end of the market.
A line of credit, or revolving credit, is a very useful facility to have as part of your mortgage structure. The way it works is that you are committed to pay back only the interest each month and interest is charged only on the amount borrowed.
There is a worldwide trend for investors to want to make a positive contribution to the world by investing in companies that are socially and environmentally responsible.
Buying a house is the most important financial decision that most people ever make. The financial consequences of taking on a mortgage can have either a favourable or disastrous effect on your future prosperity depending on how well your mortgage is managed.
Oddly enough – the New Zealand banks are trying to take a chunk of your cash for the privilege of paying more interest. Gits.