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What is the Waikato Property Investors Association

The Waikato Property Investors Association, WPIA, is a non-profit organisation developed to provide an opportunity for property investors to network, learn and become more professional. The Waikato Association is one of 19 PIAs throughout New Zealand that are affiliated to the New Zealand Property Investors Federation Inc.

The regular monthly events are most informative. They have guest speakers relevant to their interests and advice is also given freely by property investors. They provide a network of local contacts, including My Mortgage, keeping members informed of property values, legal issues, tax and other important investment and land lording matters.

Want to come to a WPIA Event with My Mortgage?

If you'd like to come as a guest with My Mortgage to a WPIA monthly event, let us know below.  

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At My Mortgage, we like to align ourselves with people and organisations that share the same values we have and who do great work. The Waikato Property Investors Association is one of those organisations. The WPIA is a wealth of knowledge who work tirelessly to keep their members informed, educated and together on all things investment properties. 

We love helping clients get finance to buy investment properties and the Waikato Property Investors Association is a place for those investors to get together and learn from each other.  

How does the partnership work?

As a Gold Local sponsor of the WPIA, My Mortgage head along to the WPIA's monthly meetings to give updates and answer questions on all thing finance. We will be giving out advice as much as possible as well as keeping members up to date of trends and changes in the residential finance market. 

If you are a property investor anywhere in the Waikato, there is a lot of value to be had from being a member of the WPIA. If you are a member of WPIA already and are wanting advice and support for your residential property portfolio, give us a call and we'd love to chat. 

Let us help you get to where you want to go. 

Contact My Mortgage about joining the WPIA

Regardless of where you are in your investor journey, reach out to the My Mortgage team and we can make sure you've got all the information you need to buy your first, 5th or 20th residential property.

If you are a My Mortgage client and want to head along to a WPIA event, we can bring guests and would be happy to host you at the event. 

Adam, Greg, Claire and the My Mortgage team

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