June 24, 2019

NZ’s three best property investment locations outside AKL

Are you looking to invest in property but you’re unsure about the Auckland market? Check out our list of the three best investment locations outside AKL.
July 5, 2019

Do you really need landlord insurance?

Landlord insurance is an essential product for all property investors. We’ve taken a look at what it covers and why you need it.
August 12, 2019

Three NZ cities with the highest yielding property

Are you keen to buy your first investment property? Or perhaps diversify outside of Auckland? Consider these three cities, where rental yields are unusually high.
February 5, 2020

What does the average Kiwi property investor look like?

The average property investor in New Zealand is just an everyday person. Find out how these average Kiwis are growing their portfolios.
November 27, 2020
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First Home Buyers: Buy or Invest in Property | Ep. 170

A question we’re asked all the time: should I just invest in my first home? The BTF take you through the pros and cons to both, and which one to decide for you.
February 12, 2021

GUEST SPEAKER: Ed McKnight | S2 EP. 7

Ed McKnight from OPES Partners Limited comes on the show to chat all things passive investing, new builds, and data crunching.
March 3, 2021

Pay Lump Sums Towards Your Mortgage | S2 EP. 15

Sometimes you hear horror stories about paying additional money to pay additional money! How do you even pay a lump sum off your mortgage without being stung with a high fee?
April 30, 2021

GUEST SPEAKER: Simeon Burnett CEO Snowball Effect | S2 EP. 38

Simeon Burnett has created Snowball Effect, a pretty incredible platform for Kiwi’s (and folks from around the world) to support other Kiwi high-growth companies. Loves to see it. Learn a little more and listen in now.
June 18, 2021

GUEST SPEAKER: Lynda Moore Money Biases | S2 EP. 52

Lynda Moore the Money Mentalist is back! This time: money biases. Not sure what they are? Well, give this episode a listen as we chat through unconscious biases, money behaviour, money relations, and being aware of what drives a purchase.