Many of you have asked, when investing as a couple, is it best to put one or both of your names on the property? We take a look at your options in today’s Property Wealth Workout of the Day.
By Al Lewison As property developers Cam and I have been very focused on keeping in touch with the driving force in the market at any given time. So, what groups are in the market and how do we need to sell to them, if they are going to buy from out developments? What motivates [...]
You keep hearing about the eighth wonder of the world – compound growth. What’s so good about it and how do you calculate a return on compound growth? Explained in today’s Property Wealth Workout of the Day.
You know you should leave your emotions out of your investment property purchases, but what is the reasoning behind this? We take a look at why investors need to leave their emotions at the door.
Source: The Urban Developer Melbourne-based property investment specialist and fund manager OpenCorp has acquired sites to develop an estimated $360 million in Queensland projects. Land has been purchased for two new projects located in Albion and West End. The Albion site was recently purchased for $11 million, inclusive of existing development approval for 154 apartments. [...]
Source: Property Observer Melbourne-based property investment company OpenCorp has acquired sites in Queensland to develop an estimated $360 million in projects at Albion and West End. The Albion site was bought for $11 million, inclusive of existing development approval for 154 apartments. Designed by Hayes Andersen Lynch Architects , the development will comprise one, two [...]
Source: Property Observer Melbourne-based OpenCorp, a startup founded by Allister Lewison, his brother Matthew and Cam McLellan, has become the sixth fastest-growing company on the 2015 BRW Fast 100 list. The company boasts an annual growth of more than 175% from 2012 to 2015. It all started in the late 90s when Allister Lewison and [...]
By Matthew Lewison There’s a saying in property circles: “We build them to sell, not to love”. After a year or two of blood, sweat and tears, it’s understandable that developers might walk into their just-built development and become sentimental about it. This was their baby – from the first day to the last. Unfortunately, [...]
You’d be forgiven for thinking a loan for your own home would be the same as a loan for an investment property, but there are a few key differences. In today’s property workout of the day, we take a look.
It’s one of the hurdles that property investors can face, but having your loan application rejected is certainly not a game-ender. Michael Beresford discusses this viewer question in our Property Wealth Workout of the Day.