Jackie will share what she’s learned through boom and bust cycles in property as both a landlord and property manager. She will talk about the risks we face today and in the near future, and, more importantly, how you too can emerge from this with your portfolio, relationships, and sanity intact, positioning yourself to get the best from changing market conditions.
This will be a wide-ranging discussion from values, attitudes and goals through to the really practical aspects of what you can do today to make a positive contribution to your future. This event will be beneficial to both self-managing landlords and hands-off investors, and you will have reason to both think and laugh.
Registration is necessary and spaces are very limited due to the venue. Please register in advance if you would like to attend.
This meeting is free for Wellington PIA members and $30 for non-members.
However, if you sign up for membership at the event, you will receive a $30 discount off the fee for your first year.
Saturday, 11 March 2023
9:30am to 12:00pm
Level 1, 2 Jarden Mile, Ngauranga, Wellington 6035
Tea & Coffee and other light refreshments will be available.
As a sustainable association we encourage you to bring a keep cup or water bottle to meetings.
About Jackie Thomas-Teague
Jackie has been a landlord since 1999 and has developed a larger than average portfolio in Wellington, Porirua, Hutt Valley, and Horowhenua areas.
She’s worked in property management since 2005, ran Rental Results Property Management from 2008 – 2018, and is now owner of boutique property management company, Bloom Property Management.
Jackie is passionate about property, business success, and environmental issues and works to make sure these things are compatible. She has taught landlords and property managers how to be better at what they do, and continues to provide this education through Tawa Com Ed and consultancy. Jackie also runs a successful BnB business, EcoFarmstay.NZ, holds a PDC, and loves time with her family above all else.