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ANZ Property Unlocked Seminar Series starts tonight

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For Release: Tuesday 26 February

ANZ Property Unlocked Seminar Series starts tonight

The ANZ Property Unlocked Seminar Series kicks off tonight in Avondale with a seminar for First Home Buyers.

The series brings together industry experts for a series of public seminars to help buyers through the steps to home ownership.

ANZ Retail Managing Director Kerri Thompson said tonight’s seminar is about unravelling the complexities of the property purchase – including the steps involved, negotiation strategies, finance, LIM reports, valuations and KiwiSaver contributions.

“We wanted prospective buyers to be able to come to one place and find out all the information they need – to be able to ask all the questions they need to experts in different areas.”

Bayley’s residential manager Rachel Dovey, Wadsworth Ray solicitor Kristine King and ANZ mobile mortgage manager Shelly Singh will be presenting tonight.

The dates of the seminars are:
26 February First home buyers seminar Avondale
27 February Buying a home in New Zealand for new migrants (in English) Albany
12 March Under the hammer – buying property at auction Mt Roskill
13 March Buying a home in New Zealand for new migrants (in Mandarin) Mt Wellington
14 March Under the hammer – buying property at auction Avondale
26 March What’s happening in your local property market Takapuna
27 March The basics of property investing CBD
3 April Under the hammer – buying property at auction CBD
4 April Under the Hammer – buying property at auction Whangarei
9 April Buying a home in New Zealand for new migrants (in Mandarin) St Lukes
10 April Grand designs – building and renovating without the hassle Westgate
11 April What’s happening in your local property market Botany
16 April What’s happening in your local property market Mangere
17 April Grand designs – building and renovating without the hassle CBD
17 April What’s happening in your local property market St Heliers
18 April The basics of property investing Newmarket
23 April Under the hammer – buying property at auction Takapuna

All locations, times and content outline can be found at www.anz.co.nz/propertyunlocked

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