Come along to our monthly coffee club. You can pop along have a coffee or some lunch and chat with like-minded investors. President- Kathryn Seque is hosting and will have other OPIA executive members there as well so feel free to come along. You must register as if no one is registered to come it won't be held. The Plaza Cafe also has a play area for children so feel free to bring along your children. 30-07-2022 more >>
The NZ Property Investors Federation (NZPIF) is happy to support changes that make for a better rental environment. However, Tenants Action Wellington has today made outrageous demands for changes to rental laws. 28-07-2022 more >>
Paul Conway, RBNZ Economist, has stated that the Tax Working Group in 2018 showed that the tax system had historically favoured housing as an investment asset. Peter Lewis, Vice President of NZPIF challenges this statement 24-07-2022 more >>
COO of his own life - Multi-Million Dollar Property investor, Renovations and Room by Room Specialist, Public Speaker and Educator
Based in Wellington, New Zealand.
Steven has served clients for the past 20 years making many small-time investors into medium to large-sized millionaires. Steve has been a full-time property investor since 1999 and has at one time completed a property renovation every nine days. He invests in large-scale residential and small to medium commercial investments as well as being involved in many residential apartment developments. Steve knows that investors need more than ever to be cash-flow positive as capital gains are never ever guaranteed so he has developed his own sleek, stylish and profit-generating Rent by the Room strategy that turns a negatively geared property into a cash-making, equity-generating machine.
Steve is a master negotiator and one of New Zealandâ€™s predominant property investment speakers and he also runs the wildly popular Facebook page "Steve Goodey - Property Coach". 19-07-2022 more >>
The Monetary Policy Committee today increased the Official Cash Rate (OCR) to 2.50 percent. The Committee agreed it remains appropriate to continue to tighten monetary conditions at pace to maintain price stability and support maximum sustainable employment. 13-07-2022 more >>