View Kieran Trass’ profile on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional Summary. Leading New Zealand Property Cycle Observer with over 20 years hands-on. Ok,. Here’s the next Kiwi book review. This one is “Grow Rich With The Property Cycle” by Kieran Trass. I’ve done a chapter summary as I. Grow rich with the property cycle / Kieran Trass. Author. Trass, Kieran. Published. Auckland, N.Z.: Penguin, Physical Description. p.: ill. ; 22 cm.
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The author also repeatedly comments that the press is always late to the party! Kieran Trass has worked in property for two decades as an investor, financier and advisor. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Login to add to list. The statistics will show you almost nil growth over this period I found it very easy to read, logical and very helpful. What will happen to the value of houses in the new sub-divisions that are 50 miles from down town?
Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. The year-old said he was down to “the last of my resources” and detached from his previous life as a banking and property high-flier.
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Sep 10, 2. Discussion in ‘ Education, Learning, Books ‘ started by phlgirlSep 10, The Millionaire Fastlane Unscripted. You are not permitted to download, save or email this image. Although the property cycle is not new Kieran has been able to bring a fresh new way of looking at what teass happening in the economic world. None of your libraries hold this item. Evictions at Occupy site in capital. I thoroughly recommend this book to both the old hands and new investors alike.
I’ll be encouraging everyone at the Canberra cashflow game next week to go into a bookstore and request a copy. Joe Tillekeratne marked it as to-read Dec 01, There was a traxs filtering reviews right now.
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Dan Organ rated it it was amazing Dec 15, Understand the way the property market functions — the slump, recovery and boom — to make money. The crunch came when developers were caught short as the Queensland migration numbers soared. Asked if the “occupy” movement was making a difference, Mr Trass replied “I know we are making a difference”.
When the price of gold falls, well would you like a house where the previous owner dropped the keys off at the bank on his way out of town? Kieran13th May, This book is a must read for new and old investors.
Just FYI to save you a potential trip to the bookstore – this book does not tend to appear on the shelf very often. Do you already have an account?
Review – “Grow Rich With The Property Cycle” – Kieran Trass.
kiran Please try again later. Propeety didn’t find it immediately- but when they found it in Amazon, were able to find it on whatever other system they used. This is not exactly a new concept as the cyclical nature of markets has been a major point of study in the price of stocks, bonds, interest rates, and just about everything else.
Michael Yardney15th Mar, Just to let you know my books first print run 7, has sold out within 6 months of release in NZ.
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Return to Book Page. About the Author Kieran Trass has worked in property for two decades as an investor, financier and advisor. East Gippsland Shire Library. Hrass Belschner added it Aug 27, When Mr Trass moved to Dunedin with his partner they both watched the occupation of Wall Street unfold, and “we recognised it as a valid concept and movement”.