Did you know?

70% of Australian retirees rely on Government subsidies or are living below the poverty line.

I know I do not want to be part of this statistic, living on less than $300 per week (the Australian Aged Pension per couple).  

So… what is the solution?

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What is a positive cashflow investment property and is it worth seeking out?

Simply put, a positive cashflow investment property means that the income received from the investment from rent outweighs all expenses associated with the ongoing cost of the property. So the rent received from the property is more than all costs, such as agency fees, strata or body corporate, if it’s an apartment, council and utilities if it’s a house, mortgage repayments and repairs or maintenance of the property.

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New or Old? What is the better investment?

Many of our clients want to know whether it’s better to buy an old property – or second hand property or a new property.

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There were reports last night that the Sydney property market is starting to slow down as we finish another weekend that resulted in lower clearance rates with the average of around 70% instead of 80%.  There were also reports from auctioneers and real estate professionals that bidders seemed less bullish.

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A housing bubble is a period of rapid growth in property prices, followed by a drop in prices back to the original point. For example if the market started at $300 000 and inflated rapidly and unexpectedly to $600 000, then fell over time to the $300 000 mark or below, this cycle could be termed a ‘Housing Bubble’.

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