If you are looking for your first investment property or want to expand your current holdings then you should consider Hamilton. Hamilton is quickly becoming one of the best areas in the country to invest.
How do we know?
Assured Property Investments was founded by John Kenel in 2004 in Hamilton, New Zealand, to develop investment property that would follow his investment principals and so provide Assured Property’s clients and himself with high performing investment property.
John is passionate about property, regardless of the phase of the market, or the Government’s latest tweaking of interest rates, tax rates or LVRs. His experience of building and buying investment property over the past 20 years has made it abundantly clear that investing in property is essential for creating financial security.
In order to achieve wealth generating goals, John believes an investment property must meet three key criteria:
- High yields – with positive cash flows if possible
- Consistent income streams – with growth potential
- Strong prospects of capital gain– driven by location and quality
Over the years we have developed many investment property income streams that meet those criteria. They have all been constructed by our own building company, Assured Construction Ltd – a registered Master Builder.
When investing in property, it is crucial to invest in growth markets, those that are likely to experience increased demand for property, both for purchase and for rent. This will lead to the rise in capital value and also rents, particularly if the property is well managed.
After reading this guide, if you still have questions, feel free to email me personally at email@example.com or visit my website assuredproperty.co.nz where you can view the present inventory of great property opportunities.
Editor, Hamilton Property Guide
CEO, Assured Property Investments
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