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Property & Investment Expo at Ellerslie

Great learning opportunities for all investors at 2004 Property & Investment Expo at Ellerslie

There’s something for everyone interested in learning more about investment in financial and property markets at the 2004 Property & Investment Expo says Tim Soper, the event manager from Hayley Media Limited.

"As well as having the opportunity to talk a wide range of exhibitors about their specific investment-oriented services and products, visitors to the 2004 Property & Investment Expo can attend as many of our keynote seminars and workshops as they wish during the two day event," says Mr Soper.

The 2004 Property & Investment Expo takes place on Friday May 28 and Saturday May 29 at the Ellerslie Convention Centre in Auckland’s Greenlane. This is the first time an expo of its type has been run in New Zealand and it’s set to provide investors with a wealth of information.

"People looking to establish an investment portfolio for the first time are going to find it’s worth listening to a number of our speakers for independent advice to help them in their portfolio planning. For example, Tim Jones, a barrister and solicitor with considerable experience in property law is speaking on Saturday morning on the topic of ‘purchasing your investment property – the 10 most frequently asked questions’ in relation to legal matters. Dan McEwan, founder and director of the Investors’ Forum, will cover the seven key points of astute property investment in his workshop on Friday afternoon, and Peter Flannery of Wise Planning talks on the topic of ‘how to make your money work for you’.

"Investors with an established portfolio may wish to review the ratio of property to other forms of investment and are sure to find value in Mark Withers’ seminar on key tax issues for property investors on Friday afternoon as well as ‘investing in waterfront property’ from John Greenwood of Bayleys Realty Group. Providing an independent, authoritative view on property matters is Professor Bob Hargreaves, head of the real estate analysis unit at Massey University, providing his thoughts on where the residential property investment market may head in the future during his Saturday morning session.

Keynote seminars and workshops will run from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm on both days of the expo - Friday 28 May and Saturday 29 May - and are free to expo attendees as part of the entrance ticket costs.

"More information and an full timetable of the keynote speakers and workshops is available on our website www.propertyandinvestmentexpo.co.nz," says Mr Soper.

The 2004 Property & Investment Expo is supported by several independent industry organisations, including the Financial Planners and Insurance Advisers Association (FPIA) and the Real Estate Institute.

PROPERTY AND INVESTMENT EXPO 2004 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS FRIDAY 28 MAY TOPIC PRESENTER ORGANISATION 10.30am Real Estate Market Update Graeme Woodley National President REINZ 11.30am Financial Planning Phillip Matthews CEO FPIA 1.00pm The National Party’s Perspective on a Successful Investment Environment John Key National Party, Deputy Finance Spokesperson 2.00pm Key Tax Issues for Property Investors Mark Withers Director Withers Tsang, Inst of Chartered Acc, Founding Member of APIA 3.00pm Investing in Waterfront Property John Greenwood Bayleys Realty Group

PROPERTY AND INVESTMENT EXPO 2004 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS SATURDAY 29 MAY 2004 TOPIC PRESENTER ORGANISATION 10.30am Purchasing Your Investment Property- 10 most FAQ’s Tim Jones Barrister / Solicitor Member of the Auckland District Law Society Property & Business Law Committee 11.30am The Residential Property Investment Market – Looking Ahead Professor Bob Hargreaves Head of Real Estate Analysis Unit Massey University 1.00pm How Commercial Property could be your Best Investment? Peter Ward CEO Rolle Limited 2.00pm Buying a Business for a 27% Return Clyth McLeod MD Clyth McLeod Ltd Member International Business Brokers Assoc. 3.00pm Getting the Right Information to Get Property Right Andrew King Author and President of Auckland Property Investors Association 4.00pm PANEL Q & A SESSION Selection from above MC FRIDAY: Mark Sumich - Cahill Real Estate, SATURDAY: Ross Hunter – Harveys Parnell 11 May, 2004 - Please note organisers reserve the right to amend seminar topics and speakers as circumstances dictate.

PROPERTY & INVESTMENT EXPO 2004 WORKSHOP PROGRAMME FRIDAY 28 MAY 2004 TOPIC PRESENTER COMPANY 10.15 am Auckland Property Hotspots Kieran Trass Hybrid Group 11.00 am Key Property Management Issues Leonie Freeman Interactive Property Management Ltd 12.00 pm Mortgage yourself to wealth Kieran Trass Hybrid Group 12.45 pm Only the insane do not invest in Auckland Chris Aiken Kitchener Group 1.30 pm The 7 key points of astute Property Investment Dan McEwan Investors Forum 2.15 pm New Zealand as an investment destination Dan McEwan Investors Forum 3.15 pm Getting yourself ready to purchase an Investment Property Alan Severino Pacific Eastcoast NZ Limited 4.15 pm Foreign Exchange Trading & Investment Roger Barley Tricom Equities Ltd

PROPERTY & INVESTMENT EXPO 2004 WORKSHOP PROGRAMME SATURDAY 29 MAY 2004 TOPIC PRESENTER COMPANY

10.15 am Grow Rich with the Property Cycle Kieran Trass Hybrid Group

11.00 am Ripping Yarns from a Property Investor Simon Shreeve Investor and member of APIA

12.00 pm Estate Planning & Investment Advice Ross Grenfell & Josh Fennell Trustees Executors

12.45 pm The Realities of Property Investment in Auckland Rob MacDonald Crocker Group of Companies

1.30 pm 7 Streetsmart Success Rules for Property Investing Ann Loudon Streetsmart Group 2.15 pm The Retirement Village Industry Boom Peter Bourke Vision Senior Living 3.15 pm Real Property Investment Kevin Darragh Charta Investments 4.15 pm How to make money work for you Peter Flannery Wise Planning Ltd MC FRIDAY Mark Sumich - Cahill Real Estate, SATURDAY Ross Hunter – Harveys Parnell 11 May, 2004 - Please note organisers reserve the right to amend seminar topics and speakers as circumstances dictate.

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