New Zealand Property Investors' Federation, (NZPIF) is the umbrella body for 20 local Property Investors' Associations throughout New Zealand.

Phone: (03) 357 9243

Email: www@nzpif.org.nz

NZPIF is hiring a series of videos from APIA over the next six months.  Here are the details about the first in the series

 

Video 1

Planning to Fail Part 2.  This features Sean Stewart, a long time investor and APIA member.

Watch here

Disclaimer: This video is produced by the Auckland Property Investors' Association. All opinions expressed are that of the speaker and do not necessarily align with that of the Auckland Property Investors' Association.  


Video 2

A presentation by Geoff Phillips from CorelLogic

Disclaimer: This video is produced by the Auckland Property Investors' Association. All opinions expressed are that of the speaker and do not necessarily align with that of the Auckland Property Investors' Association.  


Video 3

13 September 2017   Starter guide to the property buy and sale process

As frequent property buyers, investors will be well serviced to have a good understanding of the sale and purchase and conveyancing process. This webinar is presented by experienced investor and legal executive Rebecca Bartlett and will cover the essential knowledge you need to transact properties smoothly and successfully

Disclaimer: This video is produced by the Auckland Property Investors' Association. All opinions expressed are that of the speaker and do not necessarily align with that of the Auckland Property Investors' Association.


Video 4  May 2018

Asbestos regulations - a guide for landlords

Part one - ATL Introduction and asbestos background.

Part two -  The law and how it is applied to landlords and property managers 

 Video 5

How to handle and recover from tenancy nightmares". A seven part series

Part 1        A real life tenancy nightmare

Part 2        What would possibly go wrong

Part 3       How to stay in control of the tenancy

Part 4        Should you self manage

Part 5          Common tenant types

Part 6          What to do when things go badly wrong

Part 7        Summary and concluding remarks