Every issue of the NZ Property Investor magazine will continue to bring you all the news, tips and statistics you need to keep your property investments humming in 2008.
Tax. It’s a dirty word, but someone’s gotta say it! Our cover story this month looks into The Great Tax Crackdown, where the IRD is claiming over $100 million in unpaid taxes from property transactions and is on a mission to find it. We look at how this could affect you and what you need to do if the IRD comes knocking.
This issue features part five of our Investing for Beginners series, designed to help readers become better property investors, with a practical guide to residential property investment. In part five, it’s time to get cracking! We look at doing the business – of buying – and how numbers are the key to success.
We talk to Canterbury property investors Val and Peter Williams about their strong family focus and how smart planning enabled the former farmers to set themselves up for semi-retirement, while also helping their children into property. They also have some good advice for other investors, such as buying property with tenant-type in mind and lots of garaging!
This issue we have the first of a new column called The Hard Yards, where property investing guru Michael Yardney tells us about the different types of investors he has come across over the years, and asks: ‘What type are you?’
Another feature this month looks into investing in OZ. It's no surprise that Kiwi property investors are looking elsewhere for bargains. We look in-depth at investing over the ditch and the potential risks involved.
This month, the NZ Property Investor is giving subscribers a one in four chance of winning tickets to the New Zealand Property Investors' Federation Conference 2008 in Rotorua, each worth $695!
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