Distressed properties can provide an excellent source of instant equity, through the purchase of a property at a price below the deemed market value.
Subdividing a property is an efficient way of boosting your rental income and creating equity. This strategy also provides owners with options such as selling, holding or a combination of the two. To help you find a property with the opportunity to be subdivided, we have compiled a list of Australia's suburbs with the highest amount of subdivision properties. This infographic shows the percentage of properties with subdivision potential on the market by dwelling type and number of bedrooms.
Properties which have a positive cash flow are a great benefit to investors as they can assist in creating an extra source of income (pre-tax). These properties cover the costs of holding and maintenance, and allow the extra rent paid to become additional income for you to enjoy.
If you have a property owner, and have been for a number of years, there's a good chance that your property has appreciated in value throughout that time, which means you can access that newly created equity.
The location of your investment property is often the deciding factor of whether your investment performs well or not. Because of this, there is often a lot of pressure when it comes to deciding where to purchase. For new and even established property investors, choosing the right location to buy an investment property can be the toughest part of the process.
Property in Australia has proven itself to be one of the most effective ways to build wealth over many generations. However, not everyone is ready to take the plunge and start investing in real estate.
Both commercial and residential property have the potential to add significant value to a property investor’s portfolio.
Over the last few years, AirBnB has become an increasingly popular way for property owners to rent out their homes. Running your home or investment property as a short-term rental through Airbnb is a great way to make extra money, but it does come with some downsides that most newcomers often overlook.
Investing in property is a great way to build wealth. However, there can be some drawbacks when getting started as both money and the ability to borrow are needed.
House prices across the country have continued to boom in May, with the latest data showing values increased by 2.2% and 10.6% annually.
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The discount property investment strategy involves purchasing investment property below valuation, not below the vendor’s asking price.
Property has long been considered a popular path of wealth creation for Australians. Buying their own home is often the first significant investment most people make, and purchasing another property may well be the second, even before shares and other assets. This article gives you an introduction to property investment and some of the key points to consider before buying your first property.
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: Some goals you can aim to achieve if you are looking to find and purchase positive cashflow property. A process to follow to help you find, analyse and research positive cashflow opportunities How-to videos which demonstrate how we can help you find high yielding property.