Date/Time: Date(s) - 13 July 2021, 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Auckland Girls Grammar School, 14 Howe Street, Freemans Bay
Networking from 6.30 pm | Presentations from 7.30 pm
Presentation by Tony Alexander
Members Only | Memberships from $75
WHEN DOES THE SHORT RUN BECOME THE LONG RUN?
Esteemed independent economist Tony Alexander returns to APIA to talk about the property market as we know it and as he expects.
Session topics include:
- Contextualising COVID – why prices have serged post lockdown;
- Market sluggishness – the likely extent of the slowdown currently underway;
- Looking forward – prospects for the market and investors in the next 2-3 decades;
- Meeting the moment – coming and current challenges facing investors such as rising rates and the construction boom.
About the speaker
Tony Alexander is a renowned Economics Analyst and Commentator in New Zealand. He is an accomplished public speaker much in demand and each year delivers between 50 and 100 presentations around New Zealand and offshore.
“What I concentrate on and where my true area of expertise lies, is translating the arcane world of economic developments and trends into a language understandable by most people in the business and home buying sectors.”