Property Boom or Bust: 5 Things You Must Know Before Buying Real Estate

 

This podcast episode has information intended for first-home buyers and existing homeowners, not property investors.

It’s no secret: property is huge in New Zealand. Over 70% of the country’s wealth is locked up in real estate. Housing may be expensive, but people are still eager to dive into it.

Here are some critical questions to answer before you take the plunge into property…

How is the market doing in the wake of COVID-19? Is this the right time to take up a loan? What are the advantages of using mortgage broker instead of going directly to the the bank? 

Join Simon, John, Alistair as they discuss the latest property trends with their friend, David Paulin — showing you what an ideal pathway into real estate could look like.

A special offer for our listeners: David Paulin is offering a FREE mortgage consult for your property investment needs. Click here to apply now.

 

 

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John looks after marketing and compliance at Wealth Morning. He has worn many hats, working as a customer-service rep, captioning producer, and editorial assistant. He now finds his niche in the area he’s most passionate about: digital publishing. In his free time, he’s a novelist, and his books have appeared on the USA Today and Amazon bestseller lists.


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