Monthly Archives: May 2023

A Ray of Home: RBNZ Relaxes LVR Restrictions

By |2023-06-20T00:59:13+00:00May 28th, 2023|Interest Rates, Investing, Mortgages, News, Tomorrow's U|

The New Zealand Housing Market Gets Some Good News as the RBNZ Lowers Loan-to-Value Ratio Limits The recent relaxation of loan-to-value ratio (LVR) regulations by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) has prompted cautious optimism about the future of the New Zealand real estate market. The RBNZ's move comes amid talk that interest rates

Unmasking a Government Sponsored Housing Crisis.

By |2023-05-29T00:09:11+00:00May 28th, 2023|Interest Rates, Investing, Investment Property, Kids, Mortgages, Myths busted!, Retirement, Tomorrow's U|

Whether you're an experienced political analyst, a curious onlooker, or a concerned citizen, keep an open mind regarding the so-called 'housing crisis' from a few years back. It was first home buyers, greedy property investors, and the overseas buyers we suspected, but never really spotted in the act. We we're led on a which hunt

Financial Revolution: Bridging Web3 and Traditional Finance

By |2023-05-21T10:07:52+00:00May 21st, 2023|Finance, Investing, News, Tomorrow's U|

When we alter the very currency of our lives, we reshape the contours of our world. Financial Revolution: Bridging Web3 and Traditional Finance In the world of finance, we find ourselves at an exciting precipice, teetering on the edge of an entirely new era. A transition from the old to the new is taking shape

Balancing Act: Navigating NZ’s Economic Landscape in an Election Year

By |2023-05-14T21:40:09+00:00May 13th, 2023|Interest Rates, Investing, Kids, Myths busted!, News, Retirement, Tomorrow's U|

As we find ourselves in the throes of an election year, we're confronted with a multitude of complex and pressing conversations. One such conversation that stands out concerns our economic systems and the governance that guides them. I stand for an economic model that champions competition, propels growth, and has consistently demonstrated its capacity to

The New Investment Frontier : Carbon Credits and ESG

By |2023-05-15T04:26:29+00:00May 9th, 2023|Finance, News, Tomorrow's U|

The importance of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) considerations in the business landscape continues to escalate. Carbon credits and emissions trading schemes (ETS) have come to the forefront as instrumental tools in mitigating climate change. In New Zealand, these mechanisms are not just opening up opportunities for carbon offsetting but are also paving the way

Securing Digital Wealth / Paul Salisbury

By |2023-05-09T08:20:07+00:00May 7th, 2023|Bitcoin, Finance, Investing, Myths busted!, News, Tomorrow's U|

The landscape of asset management is evolving rapidly, with traditional custodians facing new challenges and opportunities brought on by advancements in technology. Visionary technologist, advisor, and investor Paul Salisbury, founder of Everlasting, is at the forefront of this shift, providing innovative custodial solutions that leverage blockchain technology. As the world moves towards a digital future,

How Much is Too Much Mortgage?!

By |2023-05-04T05:32:14+00:00May 4th, 2023|Finance, Interest Rates, Investing, Mortgages, Retirement, Tomorrow's U|

How Much of a Mortgage Payment Is Too Much? How much of a mortgage is too much of a mortgage in today's world, is a very different discussion than it was just a couple of years ago, and it's certainly a different type of answer that perhaps your parents would have had. No longer is

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