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Book for property investors, as seen on TV

Wednesday 21st February 2007

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As seen on TV and in the Sunday Star-Times

The School of Home Truths

by Martin Hawes

The most helpful and startling property guide you’ll ever read.

‘If you are an average New Zealander selling a house, it is quite possible that you will sell that house for $10,000 less than its true worth.’

According to bestselling financial author Martin Hawes, New Zealanders could be losing nearly one billion dollars annually on the sale of their homes.

Martin Hawes has used his vast experience in property and his involvement in the popular television series, ‘The School of Home Truths’, to write this straightforward, but startling book about the game of real estate. In eight easy-to-follow lessons, Hawes offers an indispensable guide to anyone selling or buying their home.

Armed with this book, the average Kiwi could save $10,000 on the sale of their home – a sum it would take most of us several years to save. You will not only earn more money, you’ll also be able to approach the very stressful business of buying – and selling – your most valuable asset with confidence.

Be warned, ‘There are real estate agents out there who work for neither the buyer nor the seller – they work for themselves.’


The School of Home Truths, $29.95 + $4.75 p&p is available through the Good Returns Bookstore (www.goodreturns.co.nz/books or call 0800 345 675)

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