About us

The long term approach

Over 15 years ago, Positive Real Estate Founder Jason Whitton began teaching others to invest in property the way he did…  With the long view in mind, focused on success for a lifetime.

What was true then remains true today…

Short term thinking and the ‘fast money’ approach can derail, and not nurture success.

We believe property is a long term investment with many market highs and lows, and only a long-term strategic approach can provide a path to the financial success that we all want for ourselves and our families.

Never stop learning

As educators our passion for teaching is matched by our drive for knowledge. This is why we at Positive Real Estate never stop learning.

From finance regulations, market shifts, property hotspots to interest rate changes, property investment is an ever-changing landscape…

We invest significant resources for access to the best information, top industry experts and New Zealand’s best employees so that we ensure we’re always out in front for our Clients.

Fully certified

Positive Real Estate operates in regulated markets that require us to hold licences, registrations and other authorities and approvals to operate our business.

Positive Real Estate employs a senior level Head of Compliance to ensure we’re fully compliant and at the forefront of our industry at all times.

At Positive Real Estate we’ve assembled a team of individuals who not only possess industry and technical experience to help you achieve your goals but who passionately share our philosophy. We have been building trust with our clients for more than 15 years.

Passionate about education

Schools built

Total funds raised

Children with access to education

We’re education obsessed. We believe it’s the key to success in our industry, for Australians and Kiwis at large – and ultimately for world.

Positive Real Estate began supporting Room to Read in February of 2010, when we pledged $22,500 to build a preschool in Sri Lanka. Since this first school we have assisted in the construction of 11 schools with Room to Read, and we have an ongoing commitment to build more.

If every child received an education, 171 million people would be lifted from poverty.

In the developing world 42% of girls are not enrolled in school.

A child born to a literate mother is twice as likely to survive past age five.

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