At its meeting today, the Board decided to leave the cash rate unchanged at 1.50 per cent.
Statement by Philip Lowe, Governor, follows.Read More
Real estate agents can be a great asset to you as a property investor and a valuable source of information.
The purpose of this infographic is to identify six key questions you should consider asking the real estate agent when purchasing your next investment property.
LVR is an acronym that stands for Loan to Value Ratio.
It is the proportion of money you borrow compared to the value of the property, and expressed as a percentage.
Lenders use this to help assess the risk factor of borrowers before deciding whether to approve a loan.Read More
Walk through the strategies and tips to help you capitalise fully on the benefits of depreciation - brought to you by Real Estate Investar and Washington Brown.
As a property investor you are legally entitled to claim the depreciation of your investment property against your taxable income, enhancing cash flow.Read More
Housing prices gained momentum in April after stalling in March, preliminary figures from CoreLogic RP Data show.
Learn how an easy to implement strategy of focusing on high income, commercial properties can ultimately help you replace your income and reap long-term rewards.
The first thing prospective investors need to know is what sort of property to buy and the right price to pay for it.
Learn about the "Seven Deadly Sins" that the majority of property investors make and how avoiding them can help improve your property investment results.
Presented by one of Australia's leading property tax experts, Ken Raiss from Chan & Naylor, you will learn what these seven mistakes are, how to dodge them and ways you could better your approach for improved results and greater success with investment property.Read More
You will learn the approach, principles and rules that the most successful property investors live by and apply to their investments, which the vast majority of us are unaware of.
Dennis Wong was joined on the webinar by Ken Raiss, director of Chan & Naylor, Australia’s leading property tax accounting and wealth advisory group.
They shared their expert knowledge of property investing, asset protection, business and tax planning matters in this content rich, educational webinar.
Australian technology company Real Estate Investar today announced it has won the Xero Emerging Add-on Partner of the Year Award at the annual Xerocon event in Melbourne, Australia.
Real Estate Investar’s add-on integration called Portfolio Tracker gives Real Estate Investar members and Xero partner customers the ability to synchronise their property investment portfolio data, valuation data and financial accounts.
The result, enjoy real time portfolio tracking and simpler, stress free accounting.
I’m going to extol the benefits of investing in property and why you should take it up. Just like I did.
Previously, I’ve written about the things that could go wrong when investing in property. To give you a balanced perspective, you should also hear about the merits of investing in property, even if I appear to contradict myself a little.Read More
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Renovating investment property, in particular renovating for profit, is becoming increasingly popular as investors look to manufacture their own growth, irrespective of market conditions.
With smart planning and a bit of elbow grease, Your Investment Property Magazine readers Sophie Knight and husband Chris Waite are on their way to making a big renovation profit.
Check out this article to find out how their property investment is doing.
This new, educational two part webinar covers exactly how to invest successfully in the New Zealand real estate market for Australian property investors, and also the pitfalls you need to be aware of.
Investing in the New Zealand property market for Australians is a great way to further enhance and exapand your property portfolio while watching your cash flow grow.
In this blog you will find:
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Ahead of the Reserve Bank's board meeting on Tuesday, economists have offered their views, often understandably equivocal, on the outlook for interest rates: