1. Property and tax 101

    ​Can you believe we are already mid way through 2013! Not only did this last six months seem to fly by it means it’s tax time again. If you own an investment property it’s time to start pulling out those receipts. Here are the basics on owning and investment property and tax time.

  2. How to calculate rental yield

    ​If you are considering investing in property, “rental yield” is a term you have probably begun to notice popping up into conversations and readings around assessing a property’s investment potential. Here are some basics to help you understand what rental yield means and how to calculate it.

  3. Home equity loan basics

    ​When buying real estate, you'll be taking on one of the biggest investments of your life. But your property is likely to also be your biggest asset.

  4. Get your home loan approved faster

    ​Recently banks and lenders have seen a huge increase in home loan applications which is causing some frustration for buyers. So whilst the demand for home loans is high, here are some of my tips on how you can place yourself in the best position to be approved faster.

  5. Tips for buying and selling at auction

    ​Selling your home at auction has become increasingly popular in New Zealand. The old belief that auctions are for sellers in desperate need of a sale has long since passed and is now seen as an effective way to sell with the buying community sure you are committed to making an immediate sale.