It’s that time of year when property investors get ready for PropertyTutors’ one day property investing event called Property Masters. The event is held in Auckland and Wellington twice a year and it’s always popular among property investors. While the event’s format remains the same each time, the content is up-to-date and the event provides property investors with real examples of the buy-renovate-sell strategy called property trading and the latest on property funding and accounting from renown professional services firms.
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Investors are making their own luck in the regions and in the least popular suburbs of Auckland. Property values have sky-rocketed pretty much everywhere in Auckland however there are investors still buying properties under market value. They are just not in the popular suburbs and the properties need a bit of work.
Dave Windler of Mortgage Supply is a regular guest speaker at PropertyTutors’ Property Masters events. Dave’s knowledge on financing property trades and challenging property investment deals is well known amongst property investor circles.
Most full time employees are dissatisfied, and wish they were doing something else. Property Investors love investing so they aspire to invest full time and thus be doing well enough to give up their day jobs. There are a couple of strategies being applied by investors who frequent the PropertyTalk.
The dates have been set for The Masters May 2014. The Masters is unsurpassed as an Event for understanding all things property investment. Near on 400 people join Sean and Steve at The Masters events and they find out early on why PropertyTutors are the leaders in property investment education and mentoring.
Post World War 2 – between 1946 and 1964 there was a population explosion, commonly called the “baby boom”. There were 1 billion babies born in these 18 years and so now, and over the next 2 decades, these baby boomers are retiring. In fact every 18 seconds a baby boomer retires! How can the world afford this? Our futures can hinge on how the governments and peoples of the world handle this crisis.