Which One Do You Go For: Rental Growth Or Capital Growth?

There are basically two types of property investors on the market today, those who purchase property to sell it, and those who purchase to lease. So, how hard can it be?

Rental properties in the right growth areas provide you with a steady cash flow, and the ability to pay off mortgage at the same time. […]

By |August 19th, 2015|Property Investment, Rental Properties, Uncategorized|0 Comments

The 6 Benefits Of Hiring A Property Manager

The 6 benefits of hiring a Property Manager
Finding tenants. Looking for tenants for your property is a tedious and stressful especially if you have little to no experience. On the other hand, Property Managers have the skill and expertise in advertising your property and finding the suitable tenants for you.
Compliance with the law. Attempting to […]

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The Investor’s Dilemma: Sell Or Rent

Selling and renting out properties are two of the most popular investment strategies today. Which one suits you?
Do you need cash badly? Do you need immediate or long term cash flow in this ever changing market? Selling is the way to go in case you need to cover a lot of ground. In cases you […]

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Interest Rate Stability: Until When?

The Reserve Bank has kept the cash rate at a record low 2.5% for the 12th consecutive meeting, the longest period of stability since 2006. The interest rate was most stable 18 years ago, when the RBA kept the interest rates at 7.5% for 17 consecutive meetings between February 1995 and July 1996. To match […]

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Superannuation Performance At Impressive Levels

The recently released July 2014 Roy Morgan Research Superannuation Satisfaction report shows impressive results from the Superannuation sector, recording the highest financial satisfaction level since the Global Financial Crisis.
The report was based on over 30,000 respondents who were asked about their satisfaction on Superannuation financial performance. Overall Superannuation performance was at a high of 55.7%, […]

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More Lenders, More Instability: RBA

The Reserve Bank has expressed concerns about the growing number of mortgage lenders in the market, calling it a risk to the financial system as it generates more credit into the housing sector.
80% of the home loan market is controlled by the big four banks: the National Australia Bank, the Commonwealth Bank, Westpac and the […]

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Ready… Set… Invest!

So you think you’re ready to invest? Here are 10 things you need to know before you decide to take the plunge in property investment.
You are ready financially. You have enough savings and you have set aside a certain amount for emergency purposes and your credit history is in order.
You have plans for the future. […]

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Don’t Be Misled by Median Prices

Median prices have often been used as a benchmark of property values. The truth is – median prices don’t tell the entire story, and the high number of new dwellings in a certain area can deceive you and skew the facts behind the median price.
Take this for example: if you were to purchase an older […]

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Australia’s Wealthiest Family Relies on Property

The wealth of the richest family in Australia sits at $2.767 billion and has been heavily invested in what has been the most in demand investment of late – property. Melbourne’s Smorgon family has topped the recent BRW Rich Families list for investments in property, cosmetics, horticulture and equities.
24% of the collective wealth of the […]

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Brokers Warned of Widespread False Advertising

The Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) has warned brokers of making false home loan advertisements that are invalidated by fine print, a practice that has become widespread in the industry.
The MFAA tribunal has expressed concern over the growing number of false advertisements and called upon brokers to be fair and accurate in disclosing […]

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