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In Person Keynote

It ain’t over till the fat lady sings: why naysayers should rethink their doomsday predictions

Date/Time: Date(s) - 11 October 2022, 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Location: Titoki Room (upstairs), Parnell Jubilee Building

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In-person keynote meeting

In-person admission (with APIA membership card or guest ticket) between 6.30 pm and 7 pm

Presentation Kelvin Davidson, CoreLogic New Zealand


Reports of the property market tanking are greatly exaggerated

As a student of the property market with access to CoreLogic’s most powerful in-house data, Kelvin Davidson is in a unique position to speak of the market with confidence and authority. His market commentaries tend to be packed with tidbits of valuable information investors can rely on to make good short- and long-term decisions. This one will be no different.

Kelvin returns to APIA to share his perspective of the New Zealand market in general and the Auckland market in particular. He will talk about the challenges and green shoots he is seeing, recent developments that should cast doubt over the doom-and-gloom predictions, lingering uncertainties and where the best buying opportunities are emerging.

This will be an information- and data-packed presentation. Kelvin’s slides will be made available to all attendees after the event.

About the speaker

Kelvin is the chief economist of CoreLogic New Zealand and regularly contributes to our blog.

In-person only. But recorded for APIA TV 📺

This in-person-only event will be filmed. The recording will be available on APIA TV two weeks after the meeting.

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