a passive income
to live the rest
of your life with
New Zealand’s foremost Property Strategist and millionaire property investor, Nikki Connors, also known as the Queen of Property, is now working directly with High Net Worth individuals* to achieve a greater return on their cash and equity using residential property investment in New Zealand as the vehicle.
“No other woman has
influenced the property market in New Zealand more than Nikki Connors”
She is recognised as the head of one of New Zealand’s most respected Property Investment Companies – Propellor Property Investments. To that end she is an in-demand commentator on property by all media outlets.
She started with $20,000 and has taken her company to the multimillion-dollar success story it is today and the flag bearer for her other successful and respected businesses.
Nikki says, “Through my 35 years in advertising, marketing and business development and 15 years in property investment I know how to recognise and implement strategies investors may require to achieve their goals, including utilising proportional ownership and full ownership of residential property around New Zealand.’
These goals are personal to every client; whether it’s to have the family home mortgage paid off in record time, having funds for holidays, boats or children’s schooling, or to have a passive income in the future.
For some, the motivation is simpler – to enjoy a better return than they currently receive from leaving their cash in the bank.
At today’s interest rates, not even $1 million can guarantee financial security. What many also forget is that cash is not inflation-proof – which means that your $1 million will certainly not go as far in the future.
“I am not a financial adviser nor do I offer property investment courses. You are too busy for that! Instead, think of me as your independent property investment business manager. That means I will work with you to build a stable portfolio of investment property that is structured correctly to maximise your returns without ongoing costly outlay.”
*A high-net-worth individual (HNWI) is generally someone with at least $1 million in cash or assets that can easily be converted into cash and an income of $250,000+ per annum.