Quick Finance Market Update with David Windler

Important: Nothing in this video is financial advice of any kind. Always seek professional advice before making any financial decision.

Hear from the finance legend himself, Dave Windler, a quick snapshot of what's going on with interest rates, OCR, Swap rates, QE, Bank Appetite, and more...




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Important: Nothing in this video is financial advice of any kind. Always seek professional advice before making any financial decision.

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The most dangerous words we’re hearing out there…

If you’ve been with us a while, you have heard us say this before, but right now, today, it is worth repeating;

“When markets are booming, people think they’ll boom forever. And when markets are slumping, people think they’ll slump forever.”

Neither is true of course as history proves over and over.

Right now, we are in the euphoria stage. What we are seeing every day in the market is more than a ‘boom’…It’s mania out there. There are multitude reasons for this as we know, but one constant we keep hearing:

“’This time it’s different.”

Those words…Prevalent in any boom, are some of the most dangerous words an investor can ever mutter, or believe.

These words are rationalisation. And rationalisation is one of the signs of denial.

Denial of what? The inevitable outcome of all of this, which is that one day, sooner or later, the music WILL stop.

The difference between us, and many commentators out...

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Property Academy Podcast

How long will interest rates stay low?
Check out this excellent explanation by the team at OPES Partners on their latest podcast episode. They break down the recent announcement from Adrian Orr, which went mostly unreported, but has some significant clues in it.
Well worth the listen. CLICK HERE FOR ALL OF GOOD STUFF
And this podcast is a brilliant resource in general, if you are not subscribed go and jump on it!
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Suburb update: Otara, Manukau, Papatoetoe, Otahuhu

πŸ”₯Hot off the press! πŸ”₯
Suburb update for those of you interested in Otara, Manukau, Papatoetoe, Otahuhu, from the awesome Levani Lum-On!
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Donation to an awesome cause!

Check this out team! 😍
We have done two charity fundraiser events recently (Property Trader Report) and we have hit our target and been able to buy a tap machine for Chained Dog Awareness! (Some left over too, going to 9-Lives Orphanage)
They do an AMAZING job and desperately need support, so they are over the moon with this as these units provide ongoing cashflow to them.
Thank you to all of you who supported these events, we had brilliant feedback from them and we are able to do this now! Too cool!
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The truth behind the $640,000 profit in Otara

 The truth behind the $640,000 profit in Otara 
Well, our client has really stirred up the chat on the news sites last week. 
We get it. On the face of it, a $640,000 gross profit in four months seems like an example of wild speculation in a market gone crazy. 
But that is not so. Our clients don't speculate. In fact, we loathe speculation. 
This client, who we'll call 'Client-J' was not reliant on the market increasing to make a substantial profit from this deal. She calculated it based on knowing the market, knowing how the pieces worked, and being able to see what others couldn't. 
The deal had its challenges too, it wasn't all plain sailing, but look at the result!
Here's the OneRoof article in case you haven't seen it: Click here 
The point is, this result was achieved because of purposeful strategy, not luck or hope. 
And look at who the three bidders were:...
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Positive Cashlflow: What is it and why is it so important?

Assetlab adage: “Property Investments should pay you, not the other way around”
Bizarre concept huh?
** (This video is an excerpt from AssetLab's Masterclass 'Positive Cashflow' taken from Module 1 ) **
In this training video Phil defines 'Positive Cashflow' and explains WHY it's important and how to calculate it.
Any questions? Ask away on the Facebook Forum.
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KEEPING YOUR HEAD IN THE GAME: Property Investment Success

What does mindset and personal development have to do with property investment and wealth creation?
AssetLab’s philosophy is to “Work harder on the INVESTOR than on the INVESTMENT”
Now I hear some people saying “Nope. We’re Kiwi’s. We don’t like flowery stuff mate; just give us the nuts and bolts and we’ll be ‘right”
If only that were true. It does seem that way on the face of it of course but the reality is far from it.
Let’s face it, most of the Property Education principles taught in NZ are not new. Most of the information can be found if you look hard enough; Books, Forums, Investor Associations, Good ol’ Google, it’s all out there. A lot of it for free.
AssetLab are in the business of Wealth Education so it may seem like we’re bias towards it. And you are right, we are.
But we encourage free...
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Should I pay my own Home off First, before my Rentals? by Graeme Fowler

Disclaimer: Nothing is this article is meant to constitute financial advice of any kind, and is the opinion of the author only. Seek professional advice before making any financial decision.
This is a question that comes up at times when talking to other investors about property investing and the debate about P & I vs Interest Only loans.
Logically and financially it makes more sense to pay your own home off first and as soon as possible, while having your rental property loans on interest only. The reason being you can claim interest as an expense for tax on a rental property, but not on your own home. So why would you want to pay off any principal on your investment property loans while still having a mortgage on your own home, if you’re not able to claim that interest? It makes sense from a financial perspective and because of this, investors will often begin this way with their investing. I used to talk about this with other investors 15 years...
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