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October 31, 2016

Intuition and Property Investing

There is an array of property experts out there that you can work with to help you build your property investment portfolio. But how do you choose who is right for you. Intuition and property investing work together. Yes you want to have the facts an the bio's on the table, but you also what to tap into your intuition. What's your gut saying? Is this person someone you would like to work with on an ongoing basis? Can you trust them? Does it feel good? Or a bit wobbly?
November 4, 2016

Should Parents provide financial assistance to their child?

There are a lot of things to consider if you are parent when it comes to supporting or giving your children a kick-start to their financial future. It's a personal decision. Property prices are increasing, and therefore it is becoming more difficult to enter the property market, and will be a lot more difficult in 10 years time. This may be the time when your children might be able to afford a property, however, the property prices has increased again, and they are pushed out of the market. Here are tips of financing your children's future.
February 19, 2017

What’s best for You ? Property or other Investments?

Before jumping in to answer where you would go property or other investments, there are three key areas that you should be considering, which I discuss in this video: Leverage, what you are passionate about and liquidity. Based on your current situation and aspirations, looking at the benefits and risks for you, in respect to each area and then the total outlook.
July 12, 2017

The Highlights from the Federal Budget – Property Investors

The highlights from the federal budget for the property investors: Negative gearing tax break will remain untouched, Travel property expenses can no longer be incurred (this applies to all travel expenses), If plant and equipment was purchased by a previous owner, you as the current owner, cannot depreciate this expense, First homebuyers can use voluntarily superannuation contributions to build a home deposit fund, Capital gains tax reduction in affordable housing. Note specifics around time-frames.