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Bring in the experts - Economic Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Stephen Fitzjohn
20:22
I can hear you
Regan Thomas
20:34
Hi K. I WANTED TO BE 1ST TODAY.yEs I cAn HEAR YOU loud and clear
Brett Dymond
20:36
Yes
J-P Hale
20:39
Yup
Moosa Mohammed
20:41
yes
Sharon EVANS
20:43
yes perfectly
alastair gaudin
20:46
yes
Mike Wong
20:52
yes I can hear you
Kathy Wright-St Clair
20:53
yes
Financial Advice New Zealand
22:12
Good morning everyone. Welcome to our 60th Bring in the Expert Webinars. You have all been muted and your videos turned off but feel free to ask questions down the side bar in the chatroom and in questions and answers. Katrina Shanks will ask the questions on your behalfEnjoy the webinar!
J-P Hale
22:39
Getting a massive amount of echo feedback…
Katrina Shanks
23:02
All fine on my end....
J-P Hale
23:26
Weird feedback…
Katrina Shanks
23:39
I will wait to see if there is any more feedback - did that help muting Nick T?
J-P Hale
23:55
Seems to have helped, will monitor
Katrina Shanks
24:00
CHEERS jp
J-P Hale
24:52
Still a bit there, I think it’s Nick G’s system…
J-P Hale
26:52
Dropped out and reconnected, seems to have helped.
Shula Newland
32:50
Is bright line on all properties or only ones bought after date?
Shula Newland
35:14
That tax calc prob doesn't take into account rising interst rates
Katrina Shanks
45:17
Feel free to ask questions and we will answer them shortly.
Nick Goodall
46:41
Hi Shula, the new brightline of 10 years only applies to properties bought after 27 March.
Nick Goodall
47:19
And you're right, the tax calculation is based on today's interest rates, we agree that the market is now more vulnerable to increase in interest rates now
Moosa Mohammed
51:38
The banks have already started applying the 40% deposit for investors, before 1 May !!! Is that right with ASB?
Regan Thomas
58:01
any prediction/discussion on the impact of investor whack-a-mole on the commercial property sector?
Michael Cave
01:04:44
Nick T - do you think interest rates will increase in 2022? Most of the banks were expecting that interest rates would go sub 2% but they don't seem to be happening especially with the cheap funding programme by the Reserve bank
Leigh Hodgetts
01:05:45
Excellent overview guys… thanks so much!
Qihong Zhou
01:14:52
Thanks & have a nice day!
robyn edwards
01:14:54
excellent - thank you Nick and Nick!
Manasi Rataul
01:14:55
Thank you all. Great sesion
Michael Cave
01:14:56
thanks team!!