Articles by The Professional Trustee Team
Most people understand that when a motor vehicle is sold, the owner of the car has to sign the sale papers. These days, the buyer also has to sign the sale papers. The same analogy applies to houses owned by a Trust. Vendors and Purchasers..Read Article
One of the largest value assets most people hold is their home. Trusts are no exception to this. Frequently, the biggest asset a Trust holds is the family home and bach the Beneficiaries live in.Trustees have lots of legal duties they must satisfy and one..Read Article
On October the 23rd we're holding a seminar called 'Property and Trust Event' at Ellerslie Event Centre. This is your chance to catch up on the latest development of the Auckland Unitary Plan, the Auckland property market as well as information on trusts. It's becoming..Read Article
I thought in an election year, political parties were meant to put forth policies that would aid and assist Kiwis, policies that would entice citizens to cast their vote in their direction. How mistaken could I be or is that Labour being mistaken? Yes the..Read Article
Renovating property part 2. Learning to renovate an investment property properly can be a bit tricky as it all depends on what you are trying to achieve. So I have put together a three part video series to give you some tips on renovating for..Read Article
Learning to renovate an investment property properly can be a bit tricky as it all depends on what you are trying to achieve. So I have put together a three part video series to give you some tips on renovating for the first time. Check..Read Article
2014 in the Chinese calendar is the Year of the Horse. It is said that those who grasp opportunities that come their way in this year will prosper, but those who don't will have a temperamental year. This is all well and good but how..Read Article
The third vital question you need to ask yourself is "What should I buy?" If you've followed the recipe and answered the first two questions above, this particular question pretty much answers itself. If you're looking for a family home, on the basis you've compiled your wish list..Read Article
The volume of detailed information we were given was awesome. More options than I ever imagined. I enjoyed every session - Colleen E - December 2017
If you're investing in residential property, seeking to maximise your ability to succeed and minimise risk, then this is a 'must read'.
Matthew Gilligan provides a fresh look at residential property investment from an experienced investor’s viewpoint. Written in easy to understand language and including many case studies, Matthew explains the ins and outs of successful property investment.