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NZ presents some of the most alluring property in the Western World; particularly given the greater easy of residency, the low cost of property, and the liveability of the country. In addition, there is no capital gains tax, transfer taxes, VAT/GST or wealth taxes in NZ, so rest assured that NZ property is tax-effective! Learn more now!

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Friday, January 1, 2010

Finding a home in NZ

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New to NZ? Well we have found the perfect way to find a home in NZ. Quite simply the best opportunity is to buy a van and turn it into a campervan. You can buy a van for less than $5,000. Any conversion is likely to cost you no more than $2,000 if simply done. The good news is that you will be adding value to the vehicle. You don't need a customised fit-out because any such permanent construction only reduces the flexibility of the vehicle for the next buyer. The essentials are:
1. Space for a mattress and sleeping bag
2. Power with connection to alternator for a trickle charge.
3. Showers at local swimming pools (usually $3-4 for entry) - free at the beach

You might want refrigeration, though for the most part I think NZ is too cold to justify a refrigerator. You might consider the alternatives instead:
1. Buying fresh fruit & vegetables
2. Buying long life milk.
If you need a fridge, you might need to get a gas cylinder to ensure sufficient power supply, as you might not be driving sufficiently to charge the battery on a continuous basis.

More tips on campervanning in Australia and NZ at our website.

'Buying NZ Property – Download the free sample readings!

NZ presents some of the most alluring property in the Western World; particularly given the greater easy of residency, the low cost of property, and the liveability of the country. In addition, there is no capital gains tax, transfer taxes, VAT/GST or wealth taxes in NZ, so rest assured that NZ property is tax-effective! Learn more now!

New Zealand Property Report 2010 - Download the table of contents or buy this 180-page report at our online store for just $US19.95.


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