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HOW TO BUY YOUR FIRST INVESTMENT PROPERTY!
We all have dreams: why not make this one count?
We’re usive, practical and down-to-earth seminar to help you find out how on 6 September, in conjunction with Canterbury Property Investors’ Association.
Numbers are strictly limited. Open to everyone, and it’s FREE! Click here to register!
There are lots of dreams in life – make this one count! First job, first car, first kiss, first house. Once, they all seemed impossible, but one by one, they’ve become lifetime memories. What about your first investment property?
Canterbury Property Investors’ Association, in conjunction with Tony Mounce Mortgages, want to help you turn your property investment dream into a reality. We’re bringing together Canterbury’s top property investment minds to demystify it in a practical, down-to-earth FREE workshop.
- Tony Mounce – Tony Mounce Mortgages & Insurance – Tony Mounce is household name when it comes to mortgages. He’ll talk about how to finance your first investment property and overcome obstacles.
- Claire Wilson – A1 Property Management – Claire Wilson is a successful and experienced property investor with a large portfolio who will talk about getting started on the property ladder.
This is an exclusive event with limited numbers. Registrations are essential, as numbers are limited to 40. CPIA will advise you if you are wait-listed.
The Reserve Bank’s consultation paper, Serviceability Restrictions as a Potential Macroprudential Tool in New Zealand, states that restricting the debt-to-income (DTI) ratio of some mortgage borrowers could prevent approx. 10,000 borrowers from buying a house, reduce house sales volumes by approx. 9%, reduce house prices and credit growth by 2-5%, and shave around $260 million off NZ’s GDP.
Banks already impose their own debt-to-income (DTI) restrictions when processing applications. The Reserve Bank would be unnecessarily adding further restrictions making it harder for borrowers, including both property investors and owner-occupiers. According to RBNZ, this DTI tool would be in the form of a limit on the total debt of the borrower against their gross income, effectively placing a ‘speed-limit’ similar to the LVR restrictions already imposed on mortgage lending.
The banks’ DTI restrictions should be sufficient – the Reserve Bank instead should be lifting LVR restrictions, particularly in Christchurch where the market is stable. These ‘speed-limits’ are not needed in the Christchurch market. If you’re confused at where these changes could leave you in the future, contact us today to review your position and discuss your financial goals.
Read the full article from interest.co.nz here