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Property investors invited to

Friday 15th September 2006

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The website has recently combined with the NZ Property Magazine to become the number one source of residential property investment news and information.

The magazine is already the largest monthly property investment magazine in New Zealand. Now it has combined with Landlords it provides investors with an even better range of information. enables property investors to:

Read all the up-to-date property news
Ask An Expert to answer questions about property investment
Join a forum where investors can discuss issues, ideas and strategies with other investors
Find An Expert relating to property, from agents to property renovators
Search all the latest mortgage rate news information and data
Purchase the hottest property books

The site is also running a competition over the next few weeks for people that register (which is free).

More details can be found at

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