Trying to navigate a path forward can be difficult when what lies behind you looks like a trail of destruction.
Our lead feature this month takes a look ahead at 2009 and also takes a flashback with the investors profiled over 2008.
With the summer month flooding the coast throughout New Zealand with holidaymakers, how does coastal property currently stack up as an investment?
Our profile this month is Hamilton property investor Michele Coker, who has tasted sweet success, but learnt some valuable lessons along the way.
Renovating flooring and window treatments can take up a huge chunk of the budget. Jane Eyles-Bennett has tips on how to keep costs down and still achieve a great look
In our beginners’ series we look at the tools you need for managing your property and tenants. Even if you’ve chosen to delegate the management side of the business, if you understand the logistics behind what it takes, it will help you become an even better investor
Giving others what they want – or what they think they want – is a powerful tool of persuasion states Michel Yardney. Used wisely and with integrity, it can help you gat the best deal possible.
We also spend a day in the life of a DBH mediation team. Keepers of the peace – we take a look at how the mediation machine works.
Also in the January 2009 issue: