Why Property ?

In recent years we’ve all witnessed the risks of putting your money and trust in shares, financial organisations and agents in the hope of securing future wealth. Risks you have no control over and more often than not, no real idea where your money has gone.

Knowing how to invest in property enables you to see, touch and control your wealth. Sean Wood and the other tutors have always invested in ‘bricks and mortar’ rather than someone else’s smoke and mirrors’ and for them, there were no bad outcomes from the financial crises. In fact, economic adversity has produced incredible wealth generating opportunity.

Benefits of property investment include:-

  • Passive income
  • The ability to become rich over a long period of time – in Auckland property doubles in value every seven to ten years
  • Numerous strategies and components e.g. purchase and trade; purchase and renovate; purchase; build and sell; land banking; sub-divisions
  • Favourable tax laws
  • Control of your wealth

Property Investment should form an important part , of any Investors, strategic thinking around savings and investment

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