We are making a change!
At this meeting we will be enjoying light refreshments at the networking before the meeting.
Please remember to arrive at 6.30 if you wish to partake in the refeshments on offer at this evening meeting.
John is a past member of the Wellington PIA Executive.
He now spends time in the Bay, and those of you who come to Coffee Club at No. 5 Cafe & Larder, on the first Saturday morning in the month, will know him well.
He is an old hand at the art of land lording and a strong member of the association who values the stories shared and lessons learned.
We are very lucky to have the opportunity to learn from his experience that he is prepared to share with members here.
Shane has an Accountanting degree in Business Studies.
For the last 17 years Shane has been Managing Director of Storey and Associates Ltd, an Accountant and Business Development Advisory Service in Palmerston North.
Shane is currently working on Business Development programs which grow and improve client’s businesses.
This includes property investors which Shane has a personal passion for, owning many rental properties himself.
His extensive research and interesting findings include:
Can property market movements be more accurately predicted?
Can you get ahead of the trend?
If property demand drives supply, what drives demand?
Birth rates - Can birth rate trends over the last 70 years be a property investment predictor for now and 50 years into the future? Can we use birth rate trends to predict…rental numbers, rental demand, first home buyers, mortgage demand, interest rates, beach bach prices, granny flat demand?
And his formula the 1:1.74 Ratio.
What is the 1:1.74 ratio?
How does this ratio affect house prices?
Why is it that for every core job created demand is created for 1.74 houses?
This is free to members and one first time visitor. A charge of $50 applies to non members and repeat visitors who have not joined the association.
Looking forward to a great night so pop it in your calendar now so you don't miss it.
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