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Building Wealth -- NZPIF annual conference

Building Wealth -- NZPIF annual conference

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When:

  • Sat 17 Oct ’15, 8:30am – 7:00pm
  • Sun 18 Oct ’15, 8:00am – 4:30pm

Where:

Crowne Plaza, 128 Albert St, Auckland CBD

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Two day pass: $799.00

Website:

Official site

The New Zealand Property Investors Federation announces that the world’s foremost expert on property investment, Dr Dolf de Roos – a New York Times bestseller and Trump University contributor – will be the keynote speaker at its two-day annual conference in October.

Jammed-packed with informative presentations, inspirational stories, as well as eye-opening opportunities, this property weekend – aimed at the everyday investor -- will feature 14 international and New Zealand experts.

The virtues of property investment and the secret to its success
Born in New Zealand and based in the States, Dr de Roos has taught in over 25 countries, and has written 15 books on real estate including the New York Times bestseller Real Estate Riches. He has also been prolific in other areas business including technology transfer, taking companies global, mentoring business people seeking to go to the next level, and running his premiere events on the shores of Lake Como in Northern Italy.

Dolf teaches at events and institutions in over 16 countries including Tony Robbins’ Wealth Mastery and Trump University. He also worked with Robert Kiyosaki for a number of years and wrote the book in the Rich Dad’s Advisor series on real estate. He was on 4500 radio stations daily for over four years.

The two-day conference will also include presentations from leading economists Shamubeel Eaqub and Sharon Zöllner, mega investor Kesh Maharaj and market trends expert Jonno Ingerson – all providing investors with their unique insights into property investment and wealth expansion.

Property investment re-examined
As Principal Economist of the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research, Shamubeel Eaqub has an expert insight into the state of New Zealand's economy as well as its likely trajectory. An accomplished speaker and student of trends and numbers, he has an unique understanding of how property investors interrelate with other key economic players in the New Zealand market.

Property Financing - Overcoming challenges & obstacles in the coming year
Sharon Zöllner is a Senior Economist on the ANZ team having joined the bank in October 2010. Her role includes day-to-day monitoring of core economic developments, undertaking specific research and assisting in the publication of key outputs include: the Morning Focus; Market Focus; and Quarterly Economic Forecasts. Sharon also has specific responsibility for forecasting credit growth, our Job Ads release and the Truckometer.

Investor 360º
Don’t talk to Kesh about passive income, ‘because there is nothing passive about property investment.’
Quite literally a one-man investment powerhouse, Kesh built up a $10 million portfolio generating an annual income of over $200,000 by the time he turned 42. These days, Kesh benefits from his well-honed investment strategies allowing him to focus on what is truly important - his family.
A numbers man, Kesh's strength lies in his ability to enter into property deals only after careful selection and thoughtful execution. Knowing that profitability is intricately connected with tax structuring and that one informs the other, Kesh is motivated to make the numbers not just work, but work harder and smarter for him.

The future of residential property investment as sharped by demographic forces
Jonno Ingerson is the Director of Research and Analytics of CoreLogic, leading property information, analytics and services provider for property investors. Jonno has a trusted voice being known to regularly provide the latest data and analytical insight on the property market throughout the country. At this conference, Jonno will give an authoritative account of demographic trends and projections for renters into and within New Zealand as to give investors a realistic insight into regionalised demands for rental accommodations in the coming years.

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