About AAAB

Will I pay too much for that Auckland city apartment property?  Will this financing deal put me in the poorhouse?  Am I the property management firm’s first priority—or are they more worried about their own profit?

The first step in buying a great investment property is to ask the right questions. The challenge is that investors have a tough time finding the independent and unbiased information needed to make smart, profitable decisions.

BAD ADVICE LEADS TO BAD INVESTMENT DECISIONS
Investors often need professionals (such as accountants, property valuers, and others) to carry out real estate transactions. Unfortunately, some of these companies and agencies are more interested in making money off of you rather than providing sound property investment advice. The result? You sink your money into property more likely to drain your bank account than add to your cash flow stream.

A ONE-STOP RESOURCE FOR INVESTORS IN THE  CITY APARTMENT MARKET
It’s your money—before you invest it, tap into unbiased and independent advice from an Auckland property specialist. AAAB, the Auckland Apartment Advice Bureau, is an investor’s educational guide to New Zealand properties, especially those in Auckland city. From finding the perfect property management partner to navigating property pitfalls, this site offers the information you need to make profit-building decisions.

LEARN MORE ABOUT AUCKLAND CITY APARTMENT INVESTMENT
Start building a strategy that generates maximum cash flow for the least amount of stress by leveraging AAAB’s online resources. For a customized investment property strategy, schedule a consultation with Auckland real estate specialist Ben Turner.

Talk to us now about arranging a one-on-one and in-depth consultation that is tailored to your needs and investment situation.  You will meet with Auckland City apartment expert Ben Turner and get to map out a growth and investment strategy for your future.

We highly recommend that you don’t buy property in Auckland CBD without first obtaining the right advice.  Catch up with Ben today.