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Property Forward Web Site Established

Property Forward Web Site Established for Information on Residential Property Investing

24/01/2008 10:18:00 AM

Press Release: L.J.Hooker Development Services


MEDIA RELEASE

Property Forward New Zealand’s leading publication for information for residential property investors and those interested in property is now available on the web at www.propertyforward.co.nz

On the site you can sign up free to subscribe to our monthly newsletter ‘Property Forward’? A simple easy way to keep up with the market, hear from experts and keep in touch with the market trends and opportunities. Back issues are available on the site covering such issues as depreciation, rental markets, tips for successfully settling your investments as well as dispelling inaccurate press and rumours in the market. Get the facts from the professionals rather than rely on uneducated opinion and cursory coverage of the key issues.

The web site is compiled by experts in this segment from the L.J.Hooker network supported by financial experts, mortgage brokers, property accountants and lawyers. Talk to those experts directly in our moderated forums and read their commentary in the Property Forward.

The wont try and sell you anything, our promise is to inform and educate and provide objective information without sales speak or confusing information.

ENDS

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