So, you've found the perfect project - a property below fair market value, it is poorly presented, well below the suburb median price and you believe it has great potential as an investment property you can renovate for profit.
Before you start on your renovation however, here is a checklist of 10 renovation mistakes to avoid.Read More
Ahead of the Reserve Bank's board meeting on Tuesday, economists have offered their views, often understandably equivocal, on the outlook for interest rates:
If you are planning to buy your next investment property, it’s possible to use the equity in your home or other investment properties to help you do so.
You can gain equity by your property increasing in value, whether that is through capital growth or renovation, or paying off your home loan. Check out this beginners guide to using equity to learn more.
If you are considering managing your own investment property here are 7 useful tips you need to be aware of so you can maximise your rental return and ensure you get the best possible tenants.Read More
There is no way to guarantee that the property you buy will increase in value, but in order to increase your chances, you need to carry out detailed research on the property you are interested in and the suburb it resides in.
To keep a grounded view of the market and ensure you don’t lose quality tenants, consider following these simple steps.
There are several indicators of property investing supply and demand within a market that you can measure and track when it comes to property investment to help with your research.Read More
The positive cashflow property investment strategy involves seeking out those properties where monthly income exceeds holding costs.
This will then generate surplus cashflow for you pre-tax.Read More