JUNO’s new Spring issue is out now, our annual Property Issue.

We talk to the experts and analyse all aspects of property investment.

Is now the right time to buy? Bindi Norwell, CEO of the Real Estate Institute of NZ, and property writer Amy Hamilton Chadwick analyse the market conditions and the raft of changes landlords face to see if the numbers still stack up. And PwC’s Mark Russell warns you have to look at tax differently now, too.

If you own your own home, is it worth paying down your mortgage, with rates so low? Martin Hawes weighs up whether to invest or direct spare money to your home loan. 

We talk to the Kiwi who loved buying buildings so much, he’s ended up with a $2 billion property portfolio. Sir Bob Jones says he’ll never have enough buildings. 

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IN THIS ISSUE

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THE BANK OF MUM AND DAD

PROPERTY

As more and more young people look to their parents to front up with the money to get them into their first home, Claire Connell discovers there are pros and cons.

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Is now a good time to buy?

PERSONAL FINANCE

Interest rates are low, house prices are flat and there’s no point putting money in the bank. Bindi Norwell of the REINZ looks at whether it’s time to buy a property.

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How to BE A CARBON TRADER

PERSONAL FINANCE

Carbon credits are becoming an asset class of their own, says Nigel Brunel, of OMF, in the third of our Financial Markets series. You may not have heard much about them lately, but they’re still going strong.