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Our team came up as a top team. NO.1 International franchise business award at 2016 Loanmarket Conference at Hunter Valley Australia. Thank you all for your prayers, best wishes, blessings without which we could not have made it. Thank you for all your support and introducing your friends to us. Look forward to helping as many customers as possible. It was a great year for us as a team and we look forward to another great year.

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    Choosing the Right Real Estate Agent to Sell Your Home

    Word of mouth, local agents, going to their open homes, asking questions. These are just a few ways to narrow down your search for this all important decision.

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    Ever wondered what a caveat is?

    In some instances a caveat is registered against a property when a loan advance is made and in others a mortgage is registered. This is typically loan balance driven i.e. we require a caveat for loans under $50,000 and a mortgage for loans over this amount. While we think of caveats and mortga...

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    PLANNING TO USE KIWISAVER WITHDRAWAL FOR YOUR DEPOSIT?

    KiwiSaver tips for first home buyers If you’re planning to use your KiwiSaver Withdrawal to help buy your first home, or buy land and build in the future, let’s make sure you’re making the most of your KiwiSaver account now. The more you have in your KiwiSaver account, the better off you’ll be...

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    WHAT IS A ‘LIM’ AND WHY DO YOU NEED ONE?

    A LIM report usually provide details of rates and town planning matters and, more importantly, details of any requisition or building permit affecting the buildings on the land you as the purchaser is proposing to purchase. It is essential a buyer ascertains whether any works may have been carrie...

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    KIWISAVER WITHDRAWAL FOR FIRST HOME BUYERS

    If you are a member of KiwiSaver, you may be eligible to withdraw from your fund to use as a deposit towards the purchase of your first home. So who is eligible, what can you get and how do you apply?

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    Do we have a housing bubble?

    Do we have a housing bubble? Or is this normal compounded growth?

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    How to pay less on your mortgage

    Here's some examples of how I have helped people pay less for their mortgage:

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    What's going to happen with house prices?

    The Waikato Times reported recently that property is Hamilton is going up on average by $1700 per week! There have been rapid rises in other regional centres this past month as well. While these prices rises seem to be speeding up there are the beginnings of comments that the end of the price...

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    Investing in Property – is it a good idea?

    In New Zealand property has always been seen as a ‘safe’ investment and in general this has proven to be true. Looking at the New Zealand House price index since 1992 we see prices double every 11 years or have 6.5% growth rate on average. As well as this, when investment property is cashflow pos...

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    Credit Criteria Changes for overseas investors

    In the past two days ANZ, Westpac and BNZ have changed their credit criteria for overseas investors. Will this make an impact on the rise of prices in NZ? Some real estate agents think not, but time will tell.

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    Investing in Property – is it a good idea?

    Investing in property is a good idea generally, particularly for the longer term in areas with good jobs and population growth. However there is uncertainty about future economic conditions because of weakness and volatility in international markets.

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    OCR on hold

    The Reserve Bank has kept the Official Cash Rate at 2.25% this morning. Here's what they said:

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    Your choice – there’s never been a better time to repay debt or take on new debt

    With historically low interest rates the cost of borrowing money is CHEAP! With expectations the Reserve Bank will cut the OCR further, and that interest rates will remain low for some time, there really has never been a better time to either repay debt, or take on new debt.