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    Jono

    Surveys are always a challenge. E.g. properties
    vs rentals/tenants. On one property, I have
    7 'tenancies,' with 4 presently occupied.

    From the same property, I have other income
    streams (2), so "number of properties" can
    be misleading, though not by design.

    What would be said of an investor who had one
    property with 20 storage units or maybe 7 flats?
    Last edited by Perry; 04-12-2008 at 10:38 PM. Reason: fixed typo
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    A good point.

    I do like to keep questions the same or similar when I do a survey.
    That way even if they are not completely accurate you can still monitor any trends.

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    Hi

    Thats a pretty good point Perry & Whitt. I hadn't thought of that. But from what I heard the survey results roughly reflect what is happening in the market?

    I guess I am assuming with the majority of the survey people being older with long-term buy and holds that over an extended period they have grown their wealth to a reasonable extent. If that is the case what are the drivers behind stopping? Why not keep re-investing and growing that passive income?

    Jono

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    That's a moot point I've covered with
    others, from time-to-time. Perhaps it
    could be called the moving-goalposts-
    syndrome?


    E.g. if a PI set a target of retiring on $NZ1k
    a week, adjusted for inflation and with the
    appropriate tax deductions, should they
    stick to that goal? Or should they - just
    when the original goal is achieved - move
    the goalposts and aim for $1.5k/week?

    What are the pros and cons of each option?
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    it was good to see the survey about property...


 

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