Dual income property is a great way to boost your cash flow and balance your portfolio
Are you interested in having multiple streams of income from a single property? Dual income properties can help you achieve this goal. They can provide two incomes to an investor, helping to boost your rental returns, balance your portfolio and increase your serviceability. This pre recorded webinar will show you how to find dual income properties, and the pros and cons of investing in this kind of property.
Examples of dual income properties include:
Duplexes: two adjoining properties on the same title.
Properties with granny flats: an additional dwelling, usually situated in the backyard of an existing property.
Dual-key properties: properties with flexible floor plans that allow for an area of the residence to be segregated for separate use.
Advantages of dual income properties include
Maximising the potential of one block of land
Improved cash flow and rental returns
Reduced maintenance costs
Increased portfolio size without the cost of buying two properties
In this on-demand webinar you will learn
Pros and cons of investing in dual income properties
How to find, research and analyse dual income opportunities using the latest available data
Ways to avoid the risk of overcapitalising - spending money on developing a dual-income investment that may not be reflected in its end value.
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