Dollar cost averaging (DCA) is an investment technique of buying a fixed dollar amount of a particular investment on a regular schedule, regardless of the share price. Do you consider your home loan on ‘special’ when it is a low rate? (www.investopedia.com/terms/d/dollarcostaveraging.asp) Stock market investors use Dollar Cost Averaging as a way to buy a…Read More
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I get very agitated at the misinformation and bias in the property industry. Sure, most people start out in the property industry with good intentions. (Yes others do start out with the focus on making the most money possible, no matter what.) Few maintain that philosophy however. Or perhaps it is simply a fact that…Read More
Take a look around and inside our small lot subdivision that has recently been finished. This property has come up a treat after the renovation and the two blocks have been leveled and ready for sale. If you want to know more about our projects or would like to be involved in a project yourself,…Read More
In this video we inspect a brand new property as part of the handover inspection. If you think you have a new property and don’t need a handover inspection, then this video might change your mind. A good property handover inspection is an important part of the check process for your builder. If you don’t…Read More
Investors Need a Tax Depreciation Report It’s tax time and for property investors it means getting everything in order for the previous year. A big part of this documentation process is the collation of expenses related to your investment property. While it might be relatively easy to keep a record of the bills and receipts…Read More
Over the past 10 years investors have been looking at property in regional mining towns or through the National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS). What if you are not interested in Mining Towns or NRAS.. Have you thought about two incomes from one property to get the extra cash flow you need? Duplexes have long been…Read More
Yesterday Westpac lowered the amount of deposit needed for investors to purchase a property. While they are not the only bank to offer a 90% loan to investors, it is a noticeable move from a big player. It also flies in the face of last year’s APRA ruling on banks loaning to investors. (You can…Read More
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