New Property Investors Workshop Event, to be Held in Prefab Hall, Wellington

Comprende, organizer of the new Wellington Property Investor Meetup and Talks, announced their Property Investor Seminar Workshop And Talk event will be held in Prefab Hall, 14 Jessie St, Wellington on Sun, 13 October 2019.

Wellington, New Zealand - October 10, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Property Investors, Landlords and Rental Property Owners looking for the latest information on How To Create An Ideal Property Investment Team can register to attend Wellington Property Investor Meetup and Talks scheduled for Sun, 13 October 2019.

Comprende in conjunction with the NZ Property Investor Magazine are sponsoring this month’s event, which will cover key issues such as:

How To Create An Ideal Property Investment Team – Grant Foggo: Comprende – Learn how to maximize your property portfolio by developing your team.

Understanding compliance and the new Healthy Home Standards – Lawerence Lowe: Wilson Hurst specializing in property consultancy services. – The new New Zealand healthy home standards can cause property investors time and money, learn how to avoid the pitfalls that this new regulation presents.

More ways to finance property investments – Jeremy Couchman: Kiwibank – Financing property can be difficult, learn about the alternatives available to property investors in New Zealand today.

Full details on the event can be found on the events website at

When asked about the reasons behind creating this event, the host of the event, Grant Fogo said:

This event is particularly suited to existing property investors and landlords anywhere in New Zealand, People who would like to build a property investment business and seasoned property investors. Meet the successful property investors in the Wellington area who are consistently finding and investing in Wellington properties below market value.

10 leading property experts will be speaking, Ted talk style, to share their insights on how to thrive in the growing Wellington property investment market.

Th property Talks will be an insightful and educating experience for attendee’s, as experts around the best Mortgages, New Healthy Homes Standards, Property Value, Property Management, and many more topics, will communicate how to use their knowledge in property business activities.

This seminar will be full of invaluable information that collectively will cover a wide spectrum of areas in the property investment market.

The purpose of this event is to help property investors in Wellington thrive in the growing Wellington property market and to transfer knowledge from leading experts in the investment property field.

The Comprende website has full details about the sessions at this year’s event. Interested parties can visit the website at:

You can learn more about this event in person by calling into Comprende 10 Wigan St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011 or Phone: 04-384 2141

Contact Info:
Name: Grant Foggo
Email: Send Email
Organization: Comprende
Address: 10 Wigan St Te Aro, Wellington, Wellington 6011, New Zealand
Phone: +64-4-384-2141

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88926821

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