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Property investing: past, present, and future

Date/Time: Date(s) - 13 April 2021, 10:00 am - 11:00 am


Auckland Girls Grammar School, 14 Howe Street, Freemans Bay

Networking from 6.30 pm | Presentations from 7.30 pm

Presentations by Kristin Sutherland, Andrew Bruce, and Monique Oosterbaan

Members Only | Memberships from $75

This keynote session connects the past, present and future leadership of the Auckland Property Investors’ Association Incorporated to help investors develop a deeper understanding of property investment in terms of the opportunities, hurdles and the best way forward.

Property investing is in a constant state of flux. Its evolving relationships with social norms, government regulations and the economics of the time will always shift the parameters within which investors define success.

This session features three investors from the APIA leadership team: past president Andrew Bruce, current president Kristin Sutherland and new board member Monique Oosterbaan. Though each has a vastly different market experience from one another, all three shares the same goal of creating an environment for everyday property investors to thrive.

Through conversation and storytelling, we will explore the past, set the scene for today’s issues and examine viable ways forward for property investors. We will discuss enduring and of-the-moment challenges and opportunities of property investment, incorporate different perspectives, share practical solutions and provide the energy and inspiration that will see you through the next 10 years of property investing. Specifically, all three speakers will be sharing their views on the recent tax law change announcement as well as strategy adjustments they will be making to accommodate these new limitations.

Specifically, each speaker will share their respective stories of how they became investors, their biggest challenge + accomplishment and their outlook of the sector. As a group, they will also discuss the role they see the APIA plays in the market and our national dialogue.

Also at this session: Digest of new tax rules for property investors

Amanda Watt of Shortland Chartered Accountant will be giving a high-level overview of new tax laws announced on 23rd March and how these rules will impact property investor, homeowners and bach owners. This is a preview of her more in-depth presentation to APIA members scheduled for 15th April.

Also at this meeting: Special General Meeting

See notice here.

Session schedule

6.30 – 7.30 pm Admission | Sponsors exhibition | Investor networking

7.30 pm Admission closes | Start of presentations

8.45 pm Special General Meeting

9.00 pm Close


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