The positive cash flow property investment strategy involves seeking out properties where monthly income exceeds holding costs.
This will generate surplus cash flow for you pre-tax.Read More
Do you want to invest in a rental property that will give you premium yields?
The location of your rental property can help determine how much return you are likely to make and ultimately how successful the property is as an investment which generates positive cash flow for you. Yes, those four little numbers mean much more than helping the postman, they make a huge impact on your investment, so pay attention!
For a rental property to give you the best possible return you can consider starting your search by targeting a location which produces high gross rental yields.Read More
Are you interested in having multiple streams of income from a single property?Read More
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.Read More
The positive cash flow property investment strategy involves purchasing property that will create surplus cashflow pre-tax.
This blog is aimed at property investors of all levels of experience, and covers:
As a property investor you are legally entitled to claim the depreciation of your investment property against your taxable income, enhancing cash flow.
This recorded webinar, features one of Australia's foremost depreciation experts revealing some great tips to help you maximise your after-tax cash flow and ensure you claim your full legal entitlement through depreciation.
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
Granny flats have become more popular with investors in recent years as a way of increasing their capital gain and rental income. These dwellings are self-contained on the same block of land and are secondary to the main property.
A granny flat has its own entrance, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, laundry and so on.
Building a secondary allows you to receive dual rental return off your property for a smaller investment and can be very beneficial if done correctly.Read More
Learn how to use the latest technology to find discounted, renovation investment properties that can give you the best profits.
This article is aimed at prospective and first-time property investors.Read More
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
You can dramatically increase the property's desirability and increase the rental intake by spending some time and money on the presentation and maintenance of your property. This should provide a good return on investment in the long term.
When it comes to credit scores and files, there's a wealth of misinformation around what will and won't leave you with a black mark next to your name.
Here's a guide to help you separate fact from fiction and ensure you will keep the banks saying 'yes'!Read More
To keep a grounded view of the market and ensure you don’t lose quality tenants, consider following these simple steps.