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Success Formulas For Risk Adverse Investors

New Zealand Property Success Formulas For Risk Adverse Investors

As more New Zealanders consider taking the plunge into property investment, a unique new guide offering practical strategies and advice in tackling the New Zealand market has been released.

‘Real Money Real Estate;’ co-authored by David Hows, Phil Jones and Brad Sugars offers unique strategies and advice to winning the Real Estate game tailored for the Australian and New Zealand market. The books strategies address many of the pitfalls which first time buyers may encounter in New Zealand.

Supported by personal experience gained by the authors from investing in New Zealand property, and unique software tools available from the authors’ website, ‘Real Money Real Estate’ covers every aspect of the property buying process.

From managing personal debt and raising capital, to tracking potential properties, utilising property software tools, identifying a reliable property manager and increasing the value of your property, Real Money Real Estate offers low risk strategies and practical tools and tactics.

Phil Jones, said, “The New Zealand property market offers a number of unique challenges such as where to buy the right property at the right time in the right place and how to avoid the mistakes 93% of NZ investors make that cost them thousands! Many real estate guides which are often written by overseas experts offering readers the psychological stimulus to consider entering the market, but leave them floundering when they look for practical guidance to tackling the challenges of the New Zealand market.”

“Our guide is tailored for ‘risk adverse investors’, people who recognise the potential the New Zealand real estate market currently offers and are looking for low risk strategies and practical advice to avoiding the pitfalls that they know are out there. We know our strategies work because we follow them ourselves.”

Matthew Gilligan, of Matthew Gilligan and Associates is one of New Zealand’s Accounting and Property Investment Structuring experts, says “It important for people to have practical tips and support to avoid some of the pitfalls in the New Zealand property market. Real

Money Real Estate offers people great advice and helpful, practical tips. A new or advanced property investor will find the book a great read”.

David Hows and Phil Jones, two of New Zealand’s best known self made millionaires formed The Entrepreneurs Success Centre in Sept 2001. Both have built themselves extensive property investment portfolios using the strategies outlined in the book and have strong backgrounds in business and finance.

‘Real Money Real Estate’ is now available nationwide in major retail outlets for $38.95.

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