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  1. #1

    Default Auckland House Prices fall 4 percent

    http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/busine...fall-4-percent

    What does this mean?

    Does this kinda of thing usually happen after the new lending rules?

    Do you think this will spread to the regions?

    We are buying at the moment, but part of me wants to hold off and see what happens. I am always told what happens in Auckland spreads to the rest of the country. So how long does someone wait?

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    So what if it drops??
    Buy something that makes sense at the time you are buying!
    If you can get 7.5% - 8% + or create it, does it matter what the price does in the future?
    What is your purpose for buying, to buy and pray that prices won't go down?
    If this kind of thing puts you off, you haven't got a big enough 'why' you are doing it.

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    My crystalball's as foggy as yours. It could be a short dip just before a massive growth like 2012 or it could be the beginning of a crash like 2007. No one's going to know until after it's happened. each camp has its own evidence and fact based opinions.

    How long do you wait to see if the smoke is going to become an inferno or fizzle out? How long is a piece of string?

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    Cause I don't want to waste a lot of money if it goes tits up? I dont like paying alot when it might be at the cusp of dropping a chunk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SleepySlug View Post
    Cause I don't want to waste a lot of money if it goes tits up? I dont like paying alot when it might be at the cusp of dropping a chunk.
    sounds like you want a low/zero risk investment - there is an asset class for you. It's called bank interest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Learning View Post
    My crystalball's as foggy as yours. It could be a short dip just before a massive growth like 2012 or it could be the beginning of a crash like 2007. No one's going to know until after it's happened. each camp has its own evidence and fact based opinions.

    How long do you wait to see if the smoke is going to become an inferno or fizzle out? How long is a piece of string?
    I suggest you read Graeme Fowlers book buying 20 rental properties in one year. If you follow his investment strategy you wont lose sleep over whether prices rise or fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by big fella View Post
    I suggest you read Graeme Fowlers book buying 20 rental properties in one year. If you follow his investment strategy you wont lose sleep over whether prices rise or fall.
    Why buy the book? Save your money and look up all the posted articles from Orion. Virtually the same content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SleepySlug View Post
    Cause I don't want to waste a lot of money if it goes tits up? I dont like paying alot when it might be at the cusp of dropping a chunk.
    Best to put your money in the bank and get zero interest after tax and inflation I would think.

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    I promise houses will be worth more in 15-20 years than they are now.

    Surely you're investing for the long term, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthonyacat View Post
    I promise houses will be worth more in 15-20 years than they are now.

    Surely you're investing for the long term, right?

    Thanks,


    Yeh we are buying for long term.


 

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