First Home Buyers Information Evening - Auckland

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We’ve been working towards demystifying the buying process for First Home Buyers by holding information evenings that bring together experts from across the industry.

Last month we held an information evening at our Penrose office. If you weren't able to make it, you can watch the videos from each speaker below:


Brad Olsen, CE & Principal Economist - Infometrics

Brad Olsen is the Chief Executive and Principal Economist at Infometrics and is one of New Zealand’s leading economic commentators across TV, radio, and print media. With extensive networks across New Zealand’s business, media, community, and social sectors, Brad brings together a variety of influential views, data, and emerging trends to inform and advise key decision makers and the public across New Zealand so they can make better informed decisions.




Sandy Donaldson - Simpson & Grierson Lawyers

Sandy specialises in property law and property development (from small scale residential subdivisions to complex commercial developments).

Her expertise also extends to property and due diligence advice in residential and commercial developments and commercial leasing.




Martha Williams - Kāinga Ora

Martha has worked at Kāinga Ora for 20 years in various roles – including Tenancy Manager, Placement Manager and Solutions Coordinator. Martha is currently a Product Manager in the Home Ownership Products team, and is focused on helping to connect customers with what they need to begin their home ownership journey.




For more information on buying your first home - head over to our First Home Buyer resources page. There you'll find more helpful tips on how to get started, the buying process, testimonials and more.

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