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THE IMPORTANCE OF HAVING THE RIGHT PROFESSIONALS IN YOUR PROPERTY INVESTMENT TEAM

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The importance of having the right professionals in your property investment team is critical to your success. With the abundance of information that you will find on the internet and the plethora of opportunities on the the market, it may be overwhelming for some to really understand what is the 'right investment'. Just 7.9% of Australians own one investment property…

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The great debate: Shares or property?

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For as long as both have been in existence, Australians have argued for and against shares or property holding the leading spot for the best investment. But the reality is, they’re both good – but for different things. So what really leads to financial freedom? Let us try and convince you…   Stability To have financial freedom, you need stability.…

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Understanding Stamp Duty

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We all know stamp duty exists, but exactly what it is or why it exists is often lost in translation. So we’re going to go back to the basics today and lay down everything you need to know about stamp duty.   What is stamp duty?  Stamp duty is a tax paid to a state or territory government by a…

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A new way to think about investment property value

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When it comes to buying an investment property, it’s safe to assume (we sure do hope!) that you all do your due diligence before deciding to purchase. You consider the median sale price of the area, comparable properties on the market, historical value trends, recent sale data and you might look into some professional or expert commentary. However there is…

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Understanding property valuations

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Property valuations are one of the trickier parts of investment. We know they exist and we know they’re important – but why? To the unexperienced, it seems as though they could be subjective and each person could perceive a property’s worth differently, but in Australia there are very strict regulations on not only how to value a property, but when…

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The multi-generational family: An investors greatest asset?

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It seems as though wherever we look there’s panic about the start of a multigenerational home era. It’s where middle aged people at the end of the baby boomer generation still have their 20-something children living at home and are facing being forced to care for their ageing parents at the same time. Three generations in one house – not…

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What the RBA’s cash rate announcement means for investors

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This week the RBA announced the cash rate would remain on hold for another month, now sitting at a record low 1.5% since August 2016. Some economists predicted a drop and some predicted a slight rise, however it remains stagnant and this has several effects on the real estate market and property investors. But to understand how it affects you directly, you…

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How to manage property investment risk

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We often meet people at our events (to learn about the next one – our last for the year – click here) who are thinking of property investment but are scared of the risk. When we ask what risks are they actually most concerned about, they tell us a myriad of reasons. The thing is, all of these risks can…

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Which investment strategy is best for you?

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Sophisticated investors are typically well educated when it comes to the different types of investment strategies, but they all started somewhere. Our mission is to empower more people to understand and use the wonderful resources around them to build wealth – so this article is going to cover four of the most common property investment strategies and what they really…

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Five suburbs that should be on every first home buyers radar

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One of the most interesting things about property is how value grows. As population increases, the ‘hub’ of a city expands. At first look South-east Queensland first home buyers can be discouraged, looking across the plentiful supply of unaffordable suburbs around the Brisbane and Gold Coast CBD’s. But with a bit of forward thinking, there are some very affordable properties…

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