Calling all Landlords and aspiring property investors’!
The investment landscape is everchanging but the opportunity to create wealth through residential property remains constant. One of the keys to success is keeping up-to-date with the dynamics that influence this accessible but specialised form of investment. The well-publicised national housing crisis and the shortage of rental accommodation, together with government regulation to improve the quality of rental accommodation, clearly signals the continued need for the private sector to provide the majority of quality rental accommodation. This will be with us well into the future. The historically low-interest rate environment is also a positive for investing now. The Taranaki Property Investors’ Association (TPIA)supports the provision of warm, dry and healthy rental accommodation and ethical landlording. If you want to participate in this sector of the economy you need to be well-informed about all aspects of the environment within which it operates. Becoming a member of the TPIA, which meets every month, will help those aspiring to become residential landlords to gain information about how to enter the market, develop property financial literacy and to keep-up-to date with current trends in residential property investment and residential landlording. The next event is the Associations’ Annual General Meeting to be held at Bayleys Real Estate premises, 15 Courtenay St, New Plymouth. The keynote speaker will be Ian Little (BSc Hons, MRICS) Bayleys National Research Manager, from Auckland. Light refreshments will be provided.
Come along, be informed, network, ask about joining the TPIA
Tuesday, 18 June commencing 7.30pm
LEW SARTEN - 0273738057
Stephanie Murray-0800 330 022
This advertisement has been made possible with the generous support of Angela Sefton
Ian Little, Manager Research
BSc Hons, MRICS
Ian has 30 years experience in the property market working in both the UK and New Zealand
Ian has worked at Bayleys since February 2003 having emigrated from the UK. Following two years in the company’s property management department where he was the senior Body Corporate Secretary he transferred to the Research Division and took on the role of divisional manager in late 2014.
The Research Division tracks trends impacting all property sectors across New Zealand and publishes reports on its findings as well as presenting them to franchise partners, industry groups, building owners and tenants. The division supplies consultancy services to developers, investors and occupiers.
The views of Ian and his colleagues in the research division are regularly sought by a wide range of media outlets both print and radio.
Prior to emigrating Ian worked for 10 years at Rapleys, a private practice surveying firm in the UK where he was an associate partner within the commercial property management department, which specialised in outsource management for national companies such as Safeway Supermarkets and Burger King.
Ian qualified from North East London Polytechnic with a BSc in land administration and is a member of the Royal institution of chartered Surveyors.
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