Author(s): Olly Newland
In New Zealand, as in many countries, the massive stockmarket crash of 1987 came on the back of an unprecedented share and property boom when it seemed that huge sums of money could be made for the asking. In this special commemorative edition to mark the 20th anniversary on 20 October 2007, Olly Newland reflects on how little and how much has changed since then. As well as giving a valuable insight into the events of the crash, he shows how itÃÂ¯ÃÂ¿ÃÂ½s still possible to make a respectable living from investing in property.
Olly Newland is the best-selling author of five previous books including The Rascal's Guide to Real Estate and The Day the Bubble Bursts. He presents lectures and seminars throughout NZ, hosts a toprating TV programme, and is a frequently sought-out commentator on radio and TV.