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Archive: October 2017

Young landlord shares methods behind her success

By Richard Woodd Kathryn Seque started buying houses at 18. Now she is 25 and owns four. But she is also one of the biggest landlords in New Zealand, managing 80 rentals for her father Cliff and other family members in university city Dunedin, 45 to students and 35 to other people. It is a 24/7 salaried job for Kathryn, who was voted the NZ Property Investors Federation Landlord of the Year for 2016-17 and as guest speaker to the October public event for TPIA, she revealed some of her landlord modus operandi.
23-10-2017 more >>

Speaker: Kathryn Seque

Kathryn Seque from Dunedin holds the title for 2016-2017 Landlord of the year.
17-10-2017 more >>

2017 ANZ survey of residential property investors

Here are the key findings of the 2017 survey
16-10-2017 more >>

2017 NZPIF Conference - Making connections

This is the annual NZPIF Conference.
13-10-2017 more >>

Security of tenure for tenants

One of the election topics within the housing realm was security of tenure for tenants.
09-10-2017 more >>

Nick Goodall of CoreLogic examines the post election market

Nick also asks the question where are we headed now?
07-10-2017 more >>

Overview of September 2017 talk by Colin Comber

Colin Comber: from Amway to multi-million dollar apartments. Read about Colin's journey...followed by Telfer Young talk as sponsor for the September 2017 evening's meeting.
05-10-2017 more >>

ANZ Property Focus for September

In this month’s feature article, our Chief Economist Cameron Bagrie provides some quick answers to topical housing market questions
02-10-2017 more >>

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