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Podcast: Lockdown finance update with Jenny Cheevers

Apr 9th, 2020 Podcast Andrew Duncan

Common property finance questions answered by mortgage adviser, Jenny Cheevers… In our latest bi-monthly property finance episode, we cover: – Mortgage holidays. Are they a good idea?  – Can you still get pre-approved to buy a home during lockdown? – Now that interest rates have dropped again, should you break your mortgage to re-fix? Plus other advice for first home…

Thought locker

Podcast: How to create the future you deserve

Apr 4th, 2020 Personal finance, Podcast Andrew Duncan

“When the world around you is changing and new and different opportunities present themselves, you want to be prepared to make the most of those opportunities.”  – Lucy Sanderson-Gammon What will the world of work look like after the lockdown is over? What changes will we see? No one knows the answer to those questions. But if you set yourself…

10 property truths

10 Property Truths

Dec 6th, 2019 Real Estate, Tips For Buyers, Tips for sellers Andrew Duncan

Here are 10 key property truths that I have learned throughout my career in real estate. These tips will help you make better decisions when buying and selling real estate. 1. Every property would sell tomorrow if price didn’t matter There is no such thing as an un-saleable property. Every single dwelling in NZ would sell tomorrow at some price….

Buy first? Or sell first?

Buying a home when you have one to sell

Nov 8th, 2019 Podcast, Tips For Buyers, Tips for sellers Andrew Duncan

Is having a house to sell holding you back from moving to your dream home? In this podcast episode, we sit down with mortgage adviser Jenny Cheevers to talk through the different options available when you are buying a home, but already have one you will need to sell. Our conversation includes: – Pros and cons of using bridging finance…

what does a financial adviser do?

What does a financial adviser actually do?

Oct 22nd, 2019 Personal finance, Podcast, Tips For Buyers Andrew Duncan

“That which is measured improves. That which is measured and reported improves exponentially.” – Karl Pearson Are your financial habits helping you get closer to your financial goals? Or moving you further away? Do you have financial goals to start with? Is your KiwiSaver optimised? Do you have the right level of insurance? In this podcast episode, Tim Ellis from Fox…

corn fritters

Tips for trying a plant-based diet

Oct 21st, 2019 Climate change, Plant Based Diet Andrew Duncan

Plant-based eating is becoming more and more popular every day as more people realise the health, environmental and ethical benefits of reducing their intake of animal products. Before we made the switch away from meat, I considered myself something of a meatatarian, so I have some empathy for the reluctance you might feel before taking this kind of leap. The…

For the world

50 ways you can help reverse global warming

Oct 15th, 2019 Climate change, Plant Based Diet Andrew Duncan

My closest friends know I am passionate about reversing global warming. But until now I haven’t written about this topic on the blog. Partly because I wanted to learn as much as possible about the subject before putting my thoughts out there and partly because it’s such a big issue, it’s hard to know where to start! Below is a…

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