Kyron Gosse – NZ’s leading learner in wealth creation

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Photo courtesy of NZ Property Investor Magazine

Kyron Gosse is New Zealand’s leading learner in wealth creation. He is a property investor and social entrepreneur.

Kyron is the founder of Young Kiwis in Property (YKIP) a community of young property investors and first home buyers. The goal of the community is to educate and assist Young Kiwis who wish to get into property and help them to achieve financial freedom.

Kyron also mentors other investors on how to invest safely and strategically, allowing them to achieve their financial goals and escape from the rat race.

Kyron’s ability to source great property deals and negotiation strategy’s have assisted countless time poor investors as a property finder with iFindProperty.

Kyron and Maree Tassel (Founder of iFindProperty) at the award ceremony.

Kyron with iFindProperty founder Maree Tassel at the APIA idol award ceremony.

Kyron has shown tremendous success in a relatively short amount of time in his business ventures, and he puts it down to “having the right mentors in place, following my flow and never giving up”. Kyron is a regular feature in the media, having been on the cover of the New Zealand Property Investor Magazine, featured in Metro Magazine, NZ herald and has appeared on TVNZ’s Seven Sharp.

Kyron also works with Auckland Property Investors Association where he convenes the Young Investors group. Kyron was also awarded  the “APIA Property Idol’ trophy for being Auckland’s favourite investor in 2013.
Kyron’s love of helping other young people succeed has also seen him placed on the committee of the New Zealand chapter of YPIRE (Young Professionals in Real Estate), an organization with the goal of assisting young Real Estate Agents, Mortgage Brokers and Property Managers to further their careers and grow their businesses.

Kyron speaks regularly at different property and wealth creation related events around New Zealand and is well respected by many of the worlds top investors.

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