MD Sam Stubbs was honoured to be invited to chat with Duncan Garner on his podcast "Duncan Garner: Editor in Chief" recently, to discuss New Zealand's approach to housing and investment.Read more
In his latest opinion piece for Stuff, MD of Simplicity Sam Stubbs discusses the four (sometimes controversial!) institutions that he believes make New Zealand a great place to live.
Simplicity Living has just completed their second build-to-rent project - the Oranga apartments in Onehunga. A dawn blessing was held on Thursday 20 July to celebrate.
June marked the official announcement that New Zealand has entered a "technical recession". But what does this mean, and what else happened as we entered the back half of 2023?
Thanks to the power of compound interest, Sam Stubbs recommends setting up a KiwiSaver or savings account for your child or grandchild from the day they're born, and trying to save at least $5 a day for each of them...
Hindsight’s a wonderful thing. Had I known at 18 what I know now (almost two decades on), I suspect I’d have a much higher current net wealth. For me, investing isn’t about ‘getting rich’ - it’s about developing the freedom...
Bonds are basically loans made by investors to bond issuers which are usually companies or governments. When investors buy bonds, they are essentially lending money to the bond issuer for a specified period of time in exchange for regular payments...
May was a busy month in terms of the financial markets. After a strong start for share markets around the world during the first quarter, May saw local markets in particular come under pressure - with the NZX 50 index...
For its wellbeing, Northland needs a four-lane state highway to Whangārei, as a matter of strategic national importance. Only a reliable major highway will generate the broad economic growth, across many industries, that Northland sorely needs. This has proven a...
Investing can be a powerful tool for growing your wealth and securing a better financial future. Yet, fear of the unknown often holds people back. Use of jargon and complex sounding concepts can act as a barrier for many Kiwis...