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Upper Hutt Leader : July 13th 2011
38 UPPER HUTT LEADER, JULY 13, 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) TRENTHAM 79a Ararino Street FIRST PAST THE POST....... will snare this diamond of a property. Chic, sassy and very stylish, fully and tastefully redecorated throughout and comes complete with 3 bedrooms, portable sleepout, new kitchen and new bathroom. Outdoor entertaining is well catered for with landscaped grounds, patio and deck accessed via French doors from the North facing Dining Room and the marvelous Open Plan living faces Northwest to attract wonderful sun all day. Transport and amenities are all very handy and for all you Race day fans, well, the Race course is but a hop, skip and a jump away. Perfect for a professional couple, young couple starting out, retiree's looking to downsize but wanting the modern conveniences! SIMON VAN DER HOORN M 0274 395 395 3 1 1 View www.open2view.com ID#248652 UPPER HUTT 4 Cederholm Grove A home that welcomes you...... BEO $399,000 * 4 bedrooms * 2 living areas * 718sqm fully fenced section * Internal access double garage * Modern kitchen & bathroom * Large extended decking From the moment you enter the front door you will know, this is the one. A generous 230sqm home that offers a growing family space to relax and enjoy. Tucked away in a quiet cul de sac and fully fenced to keep even the most adventurous toddler or pet safe ANNETTE KIRK M 04 212 6699 PETER JOHNSTON M 04 528 3161 www.leade rs.co.nz/87151 4 1 2 View www.open2view.com ID#248236 OPEN HOME SUN 1-1.30PM BROWN OWL 25 Roband Crescent ANNETTE KIRK M 021 780 830 O 04 212 6699 PETER JOHNSTON M 027 450 2237 O 04 528 3161 Vendor transferring out of the area ........ ... and will meet the market on this substantial family home offering a large kitchen and open plan living and dining. Bring the outdoors in with a large decked entertaining area that leads into the living and dining areas, newly decorated with brand new carpet and immaculate presentation. An excellent location close to Harcourt Park, river walks, swimming holes and soccer field. Summer or winter a home that offers so much for a busy growing family. Be the lucky new owner on this well priced property today. Priced to sell at "Cash price $425,000 Conditional price $435,000" 4 3 2 View www.open2view.com ID#243785 OPEN HOME SUN 1.45-2.15PM BROWN OWL 17 Akatarawa Road www.leaders.co.nz ID#87158 BEO $295,000 RE/MAX Upper Hutt MREINZ HARCOURT COURTING Just a short walk to Harcourt Park this home offers the value that you won´t find in the central areas. Close to shops, bus just outside the door, this 110m2 family home with large section and off street parking offers extremely good value and summers in the park is just the icing on the cake. Call Tony today for a private viewing or visit our open home Sunday 2:15 to 2:45 TONY PITIROI M 021 562 564 O 2126582 3 1 1 OUTSTANDING VALUE, LUXURY THROUGHOUT 10 WH 3.3x3 .0 6.0 0x x5.7 4.7x4.7 4.7x4.5 4.0x4.5 6.0x x6.2 TO T UGHENED D OBSC LOCK 810 KE E LOCK DOUBLE E GARA AG GE W/R MASTER BEDRO OM BED. 3 LOUNGE Y N N FLOOR AREA: 300 sqM ROVER SALESPERSON ON SITE ON WEEKENDS FROM 1-3PM UNTIL THE SHOW HOME IS COMPLETE NEW GOLDEN HOMES ROVER PLAN SHOWHOME UNDER CONSTRUCTION Corner of SH2 and Norana Road 0800 506 507 11 14 4 423 23 23 Chance to be part of cup Young male and female rugby fans aged between 14 and 16 are invited apply for a place as Rugby World Cup flagbearers. Nearly 100 will be chosen nationally and by region to guarantee provincial representation. Applicants will need to write up to 50 words saying why they should be chosen. To enter go to emirates.com/nz/flagbearer Hot buy credit has cool-off period Sometimes you can get swept away in the excitement of buying a new big-ticket item that you just take whatever credit deal is on offer. But do not forget you have at least three working days to decide if you want to cancel the credit deal, advises the Ministry of Consumer Affairs. A WORD OF ADVICE And those three days start when you get all the paper- work. Working days are Mon- day to Friday, so if you get the paperwork on Friday you can cancel on Tuesday. That means you have a chance to look at all the details in your contract. (In the rush to get the deal signed you might not have read through the contract properly.) So take the time to find out what the interest rate is, what the fees are and what will hap- pen if you miss payments or you cannot pay the loan back. Then can check with a bank, a credit union or another finance company to see if they can give you a better deal. Take along your contract and see if they can offer you a lower interest rate, fewer fees, and less severe penalties for missing payments. For example you might have got a good price for a new car, but then you realise the inter- est rate is quite high, there are high fees for things you do not even understand, and the cre- ditor has the right to sell your house if you cannot pay the loan back. If you act quickly you could find a better deal somewhere else that will save money and hassles in the future. You may still be stuck with paying the application fee so do a quick calculation about how much you can save by changing. A long-term car loan will probably be worth changing but a short-term loan may cost more to change than it is worth. If you decide to cancel the credit contract you need to do so in writing. It needs to get to the creditor within three work- ing days if they gave you the paperwork by hand, five work- ing days if they emailed it to you, or seven working days if they posted it to you. So you have to act fast. These rules are under the Credit Contracts and Con- sumer Finance Act and only apply to the credit part of the deal and do not automatically mean you can cancel the pur- chase (for example if you de- cide you do not want the car any more). You may be able to cancel the purchase if you have not received the goods, or have not been told about your right to cancel. It is much better to check out your options before you buy, but it is good to know it is not all doom and gloom if you forget. To find out more about your rights with credit contracts visit consumeraffairs.govt.nz or your local Citizens Advice Bureau.
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