The current market has turned up some amazing deals for investors. But it has also turned up many problems with tenants. As one of the most valuable assets for investors, tenants are also the most unpredictable.
In the July issue we tell investors and readers how to deal with problems that arise and equip themselves with tools to avoid tenancy issues altogether
Rachel Bisset and Chris Webster are new onto the investment ladder, but their determination and passion for property has seen them build a solid foundation. We profile their strategy.
For the grand finale in our Day in the Life series this month, we spend the day with a building inspector to find out how truly valuable their knowledge and eye for detail are to investors
Our renovation feature shares some hot tips for renovating investment properties to make sure you don't blow the budget
Mortgagee sales are renowned for the risks they carry, but also the potential for fantastic deals for investors. Is this true, or are there alternative, less-risky options?
Market statistics can be confusing. We take a look at QV and REINZ numbers and why they so often tell a completely different story
In times of tight bank credit, investors need to get creative. We review how Bartercard trade dollars can be one such tool that can turn a negative cash flow property into a positive one
And guru Michael Yardney asks which level of investing are you at and how do you make sure you keep climbing rather than getting stuck?
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