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Upper Hutt Leader : June 1st 2011
32 UPPER HUTT LEADER, JUNE 1, 2011 NEWS www.leaders.co.nz Nobody in the world sells more real estate than Each office independently owned and operated ® Leaders Licensed REA Act (2008) CARTERTON 4 Moore Crescent www.leaders.co.nz ID# 87121 NEIL WILSON M 021 223 6699 O 04 527 9700 KELLY MCISAAC M 021 949 488 O 06 379 6039 Bargain Buying BEO $175,000 Get in quick as this generous 170m2 property won't be on the market for long. Comprising of 4 bedrooms, open plan living, separate rumpus room with internal garaging and a great secure backyard for the kids and pets. Priced to sell at BEO $175,000 phone Neil Wilson or Kelly McIsaac now to arrange your chance to view. 4 1 1 VIEW BY APPOINTMENT MASTERTON Wairarapa Lifestyle Villas www.villaestate.co.nz Call us now for an Information Pack KELLY MCISAAC M 0800 475 537 JO WISLER M 0800 475 537 From $170,000 Brand New Do you want to downsize and put money in the bank? Villa Estate in Armstrong Avenue, Carterton is centrally located. 2 bedroom double glazed homes with internal access garage from $210,000, or if you don't need the garage then pay only $170,000. Maintenance is taken care of with a caretaker on site and everyone has a 24 hour emergency pager. Small pets are welcome and there's even allocated parking space for your boat or campervan. 5 floor plans are available - choose your own decor and fittings. Freehold Unit Title so capital gain is all yours! 2 1 1 View www.open2view.com ID#245375 FREEHOLD UNIT TITLE 2514457CP HOUSE OF THE WEEK SEMI RURAL LIFESTYLE 490E Main Road North, Upper Hutt Vendor has certainly met the market. Set on 3100m² of private, easy care garden, lawn and native bush. 250m² of spacious living, 2 very generous living rooms with country kitchen, 3 bedrooms + study/hobby room, 2 bathrooms (including ensuite) & internal access double garage. An architecturally designed one owner home. $610,000 ono. Come and view. McArthur Real Estate Ltd (Licensed REAA2008) Open Home: Sunday 2.00-2.45pm View at: www.realestate.co.nz ID#UH588a Call Mark McArthur AH 528 5836 - 0274 533 701 firstname.lastname@example.org Bill Lindsay a/h 972 7912 0274 456 992 Alan Webb a/h 568 5782 0274 460 613 Lindsay Webb Valuations LIMITED 569 2095 Valuers Living Locally: Valuing Locally 3039545AU Get photos If you want to order copies of photos taken by the Upper Hutt Leader you can now do so online. Copies of photos can be viewed and orders made at pix.ccn.co.nz. Think carefully GETTING SORTED New Zealanders should hold fire when it comes to making changes to their KiwiSaver, according to the Retirement Commission. In the Budget it was announced that the KiwiSaver member tax- credit rate would be halved from 1 per cent from July 2011. The minimum employee contribution would rise from 2 to 3 per cent, and compulsory employer con- tributions would also increase to 3 per cent from April 1, 2013. Retirement Commission execu- tive director David Kneebone says while changes to KiwiSaver can shake people's confidence in the scheme, it is important not to become disillusioned with it. The changes announced won't significantly affect the total amount that people could save via KiwiSaver. And, if you are currently con- tributing 2 per cent to your Kiwi- Saver you will have two years to prepare for the 1 per cent increase from 2 to 3 per cent.'' People need to take the time to consider their options carefully and think about their own indi- vidual circumstances, rather than be panicked by changes to the scheme, he says. The fundamentals of Kiwi- Saver are still positive, because of the government and employer contributions.'' Mr Kneebone says ideally Kiwi- Saver would be left untouched for a long period of time so that pub- lic confidence is not eroded. Stability is crucial for confi- dence in KiwiSaver. We want to encourage Kiwis to get into a habit of long-term saving for their retirement. And, to do that, they need to feel confident their savings are secure and the money they expect to receive will be there for them.'' KiwiSaver members can see how these changes affect them. Visit sorted.org.nz/calculators.
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