investing Tag

This is a great question, as the Real Estate market goes crazy, now can be a perfect time to invest. Luckily, interest rates at an all-time low. Lenders are more likely to allow you to borrow the money you need. A big plus is rental yields are solid! This means putting...

Australians love investing in property, and it’s no wonder why. The property market offers a myriad of opportunities to potentially grow wealth, irrespective of one’s professional background or skillset. However, there are certain habits that successful property investors often have in common. Let’s take a look....

Australians love investing in property, and it’s no wonder why. The property market offers a myriad of opportunities to potentially grow wealth, irrespective of one’s professional background or skillset. However, there are certain habits that successful property investors often have in common. Let’s take a look....

Spring is generally the busiest time of year in the Australian property market, and this season could be a ripper. In recent months, we’ve seen ongoing signs of improving market conditions, driven by a Coalition federal election win, interest rate cuts and a softening of lending restrictions. And it’s clear that...

Rentvesting has become increasingly popular in recent times. Last year, research from the Property Investment Professionals of Australia (PIPA) found that one third of first-time buyers opted to become ‘rentvestors’, rather than homeowners. Here’s what you need to know before deciding whether rentvesting is right for you. But first, let’s look at an...

In Australia, it’s possible for just about anyone with a deposit to invest in property, whether you are a low-income earner on a tight budget, or a well-off executive with loads of disposable income....

Asking prices give buyers a guide as to what they can expect to pay for a property at auction. But if you’re a strong negotiator, and depending on the vendor, you could wipe a healthy sum off that number.   Negotiating isn’t that dissimilar from playing a game – it involves reading...

Melbourne’s market correction was not as grim as what market watchers thought it would be, according to a report by news.com.au. Some of the country’s data providers and banks forecast nearly 10% losses to house values in 2018. CoreLogic and National Australia Bank, for instance, predicted losses of about 9.1% to...