Friday, January 29, 2010

2010 Edition Property Reports

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SheldonThinks Publication 2010 Release

Japan Foreclosed Property 2010, 3rd Edition, Andrew Sheldon

New Zealand Property Report 2010, 2nd Edition, Andrew Sheldon

Philippines Property Report 2010, 2nd Edition, Andrew Sheldon

All reports have been duly updated reflecting the most comprehensive, practical economic analysis of the most recent data.

Determine if it's a good time to buy property in Japan, Philippines or New Zealand.

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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Mining Stock Tips - Comprehensive Guide

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Finally, the most comprehensive guide on mining stocks is now available!

For all serious mining stock investors, please visit


This is a 187-page book which covers all the facets about mining you need to know to really do justice to your investing goals. At just $39.95, which is cheap considering it encapsulates a lot of knowledge - both theory and practice. This book is a great resource for those who want to know the factors to consider when they buy & sell mining stocks.

A timely book as we enter the gold-phase of the resources boom.

The gold specs are on! The question is - What to buy?

This eBook is written by Andrew Sheldon.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

New Zealand Still A Good Buy for Australians

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Recently, the USD has weakened against currencies of commodity countries like Australia and New Zealand. However, Australians are in the best position, now more than ever, to purchase property in New Zealand.


1. Close economic ties between Australia and New Zealand make them function like 1 country.
2. Visa and residency eligibility are not even a problem. Australians are free to travel and reside in New Zealand under the 'resident' status.
3. Australian dollar is consistently strong against the New Zealand dollar.
4. Australians earn generally 30% more than New Zealand residents.
5. There is still no capital gains tax for sale of property in New Zealand.

For lifestyle reasons, Aussies might now be tired of the exhausting heat from the strong Australian sun and might even appreciate the lush gardens and rolling hills in the NZ countryside.

Learn how to invest strategically in New Zealand Property. Buy this ebook called "New Zealand Property Report", written by Andrew Sheldon, Australian author and NZ real estate investor.

Enjoy this timeless amalgamation of relevant information of the NZ real estate market.

For more information, please visit

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Cable Cars, Tokyo, Japan

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Japan is made up of approximately 7 thousand small islands. The four largest islands are Honshū, Hokkaidō, Kyūshū and Shikoku, together accounting for 97% of Japan's land area.* Source.

This photo is taken in Tokyo, where my brother lives.

The wonderful blend of old and new, tradition and technology, nature and progress, is the reason why many westerners consider Japan as one of their must-see countries.

A lot of westerners fall in love with the place after the first visit and are instantly encouraged by the low cost properties in Japan.

This e book in Foreclosed Japanese properties is written in English. This gives foreigners important local knowledge in real estate investing on top of other helpful investment strategies.

The ebook is written by Andrew Sheldon, Australian author and investor in Japan Real Estate properties.

For more information about this ebook on foreclosed Japan properties, please visit

Sunday, January 3, 2010

New Zealand Lake Hawea

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I am not really well-traveled. I have
been to a couple of states in the US, Victoria and NSW, Australia, a few countries in Southeast Asia.

So far, I can not find a place that will beat the beauty, the simplicity of life and the quality of food in New Zealand.

The weather is too cold I must admit. But I'd rather have cold than the burning heat in Melbourne or outback NSW. I'd rather have the wind than the humidity in Asia. Personally, I sleep better. I sleep more in NZ.

Anyway, for people who are interested in a lifestyle proposition. Visit New Zealand and see if it's a place for you to live.

The fresh, succulent fruits and vegetables are sold at very low prices compared to Sydney and USA. A three bedroom house in a 700 sqm lot can go as low as NZ$100k or US$70k. The cost of 2nd hand cars are low (buy from the auctions).

So if you're a frugal person who enjoys nature, activities and a quiet life. I'd recommend New Zealand.

Find out how to purchase a property in New Zealand from NZ Property Blog.

Amazing Japan

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Japan boasts a perfect blend of progress and tradition.
This photo is taken from Tokyo.

This is one of the most poignant reasons why foreigners choose to live and retire in Japan.

The convenience of high tech amenities, first class standard of living matched with wonderful outlooks and rich culture.

To find out how to buy a property in Japan, visit

Risk is managed - learn how to manage the risks in Japanese property investments.

Andrew Sheldon

'Buying NZ Property – Download the free sample readings!

The NZ property market is shaping up as one of the most attractive property investment markets for the next few years. High yielding property and the collapse of the NZD make NZ the perfect counter-cyclical investment if you buy right! In addition, there is no capital gains tax, transfer taxes, VAT/GST or wealth taxes in NZ, so rest assured that NZ property is tax-effective! Learn more now! New Zealand Property Report 2010 - Download the table of contents or buy this 180-page report at our online store for just $US19.95.