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The utility (and limitations) of property data

Date/Time: Date(s) - 3 November 2021, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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60-minute web session streaming from 12 pm

Post-stream replay available

Webinar presentation by Kelvin Davidson, CoreLogic NZ


Despite best intentions, many of us suffer from information overload and data confusion leading us to squander precious opportunities to make the best decisions for our property portfolios.

We’ve invited Kelvin Davidson along to talk about the utility and limitations of property data for investors.

Session topics
  • A show-and-tell of Corelogic reports and publications including their intended functions and utility for readers;
  • To what extent can data (and its pattern) foretell the future and how can investors best use property data to make good decisions;
  • The relevance and importance of accompanying commentary and how they can best be used to stretch your understanding of the property market.
Speaker

Kelvin is the chief property economist at CoreLogic New Zealand*

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* CoreLogic New Zealand is a sponsor of the APIA.

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