Tauranga Property Investors' Association

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  • Got a burning question to ask about property investing?
    Tonight we bring back the Open Space format in which our audience sets the agenda. We will cover current "hot topics" and many of those unanswered questions about property investing. Don't miss out on a chance to ask questions, meet other like minded investors and benefit from the experience and expertise in the room. Always a popular night. Members complimentary and guests $40 payable on the door.
    12-08-2019 more >>
  • Nick Gentle
    Nick is a fellow Property Investor and co-owner of Investment Property Buyer's Agency iFindProperty. In the last 4 years, Nick has built up a portfolio that generates 6-figures in passive income. He did this in a city that he visits 2-3x per year, mostly after the boom and LVR restraints had arrived and while spending more than half of each year overseas (his wife runs a business in Japan). Nick will share lessons he learned along his journey. Topics: 1. How to invest where you are not and do it well 2. How to use constraints to you advantage 3. Why Labour-driven changes are not "the end" of property and will create opportunities for folks 4. Student / Young person flat investing (his own strategy) and how it is different from other markets 5. Some general strategic ideas when setting out to build a portfolio so you don't get stuck 6. Q&A Join us for a very informative night!
    08-07-2019 more >>
  • Period between property inspections increased from 3 -4 monthly by Initio - an exclusive member-only benefit
    The New Zealand Property Investors Federation is pleased to announce that our insurance partner, Initio, has added an exclusive member-only benefit that increases the required property inspection period from 3 monthly to 4 monthly.
    08-07-2019 more >>
  • Noel Leeming deal for NZPIF members to keep you safe and smart
    From 9 -22 July you can purchase all smart home, smart security and smart light products for cost +5%
    07-07-2019 more >>
  • The Official Cash Rate (OCR) remains at 1.75 percent.
    The Reserve Bank Governor said that given the weaker global economic outlook and the risk of ongoing subdued domestic growth, a lower OCR may be needed over time to continue to meet our objectives.
    26-06-2019 more >>
  • A complete plants package - without a hefty price tag
    Landscaping supplies can cost you an arm, and a leg as well as your patience. Adding up the price of plants, the time deciding which plants are right for the environment, not to mention the to-ing and fro-ing, loading and off-loading – well, it can leave more than your budget broken. So, we were pleasantly surprised when we discovered there’s something like flat pack furniture, but for the outdoors. In short, it’s a complete (and affordable) plants package that provides you with what you need to create an entire garden, including plants, shrubbery, flowers and trees.
    20-06-2019 more >>
  • Annual AGM
    Please join us for our AGM followed by guest speaker, Matthew Holdich, Head of Mortgages for ANZ. Matthew will be providing us with some upcoming insight into the banking industrys perspective on the housing market, rates, pricing, and future forecast
    10-06-2019 more >>
  • Proposed CGT impacted on housing views in three months to April
    The latest ASB Housing Confidence report shows there was an impact on housing views from the proposed capital gains tax,
    27-05-2019 more >>
  • Healthy homes and anti money laundering
    Harris Tate Lawyers will be guiding members through the new Healthy Homes Standards and their implications for property investors and the recently enacted anti-money laundering regulations with practical tips on how to make AML compliance an easier process. This event is kindly sponsored by Initio insurance.
    13-05-2019 more >>
  • Healthy Homes standards signed off
    The final healthy homes standards were announced on 13 May and are now available on the New Zealand Legislation website. The standards set minimum requirements for heating, insulation, ventilation, moisture and drainage, and draught stopping in rental properties and will be law from 1 July 2019.
    13-05-2019 more >>
  • OCR reduced to 1.5%
    The Monetary Policy Committee decided a lower OCR is necessary to support the outlook for employment and inflation consistent with its policy remit.
    08-05-2019 more >>
  • News from CoreLogic
    CoreLogic has the tools to assist property investors with their research
    24-04-2019 more >>
  • Corelogic
    Want some insight into the current property market? Join us for an enlightening evening with Nick Goodall, Head of Research at Corelogic NZ. Nick is a self-confessed numbers geek, but has a knack for passionately telling a story based on the facts and figures to inform a wide range of audiences. Nick will present a fresh and informative view of the NZ property market. Drawing on macro-economic data as well as CoreLogics unique datasets Nick looks beyond what you hear in the media to provide the whole picture with whats going on in the property market and where its likely heading. Headline topics such as investor activity and the construction industry are key focuses as we progress through 2019. Corelogic NZ is a leading property information, analytics and services provider which regularly deals with and informs Government organisations such as the Reserve Bank of NZ as well as banks, real estate agencies and consumer groups.
    08-04-2019 more >>
  • OCR remains at 1.75%
    The Official Cash Rate (OCR) remains at 1.75 percent. Given the weaker global economic outlook and reduced momentum in domestic spending, the more likely direction of our next OCR move is down.
    27-03-2019 more >>
  • John Chow - The Self made Entrepreneur
    John is an entrepreneur and visionary, with an eye for strategic planning. His self-admitted hunger for success and will to win, has resulted in building a successful property and business portfolio from humble beginnings running a Chinese takeaway. Johns transition from small business owner to becoming a corporate entity and rich lister has taken effort, a clear understanding of where he wants to go and the fearlessness to predict and react to market changes before they happen. John formed the Chow Group with his brother Michael in 1999 which today includes interests in home group builder, commercial property, hotels and lodgings, investment, health and fitness, serviced offices, entertainment, food and beverage. Day to day, John takes the lead on Stonewood Group.
    11-03-2019 more >>
  • Capital gains tax reviewed by Tony Alexander, BNZ
    In his weekly review on February 28, Tony Alexander summarised the possible effects of the proposed capital gains tax
    01-03-2019 more >>
  • Prospects for build to rent in NZ
    A new report has been released by CBRE
    01-03-2019 more >>
  • Cautious cheer for buyers in ASB Housing Confidence Survey
    House price expectations slipped again, according to the latest ASB Housing Confidence Survey – though the decline was less dramatic than in the October quarter.
    15-02-2019 more >>
  • Moving into commercial property
    Thinking about taking the leap from residential investments to commercial or industrial, come along to our "moving to commercial investments" evening to see if this is your next move.
    11-02-2019 more >>
  • Christmas function
    To be confirmed
    03-12-2018 more >>
  • TPIA Christmas Function
    A relaxing evening of bowls, drinks, food and good conversation
    03-12-2018 more >>
  • Act now. Get your rental property insulated sooner rather than later
    You have until the end of June 2019 to get everything sorted
    03-12-2018 more >>
  • Unovent Home Ventilation Kitsets 25% less until midnight Tuesday 11th December
    The 25% price reduction for Unovent® Home Ventilation Kitsets is an exclusive offer for members of Property Investors' Associations affiliated to the NZPIF and is a “Super Special Reduction” not always available
    02-12-2018 more >>
  • NZPIF in the news 25 times over the last three months
    As well as building relationships with influential people, attending workshops and writing submissions, NZPIF representatives (usually Andrew King) have been vocal in the media channels.
    01-12-2018 more >>
  • High Level Economic Overview for WBOP
    The speaker for this event will be Mark Irving from Priority One who will give us a "high-level" overview of whats happening in the Western Bay of Plenty in terms of Economic activity and investment.
    12-11-2018 more >>

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