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Simple Solutions for 6 Types of Property Investment Risk

Risk is something that all property investors face, particularly in the Australian property market. But we don’t want to explain to you that high risk equals high return, because that’s very far from what we believe about risk. Instead, here are the six most common risks investors face, and how they can be easily avoided…

Our Absolute Top Property Investment Tip

It’s all too easy to get caught up in your emotional decisions, even unwittingly, when you’re shopping for new property investments. Even making a personal judgement on a prospective property’s aesthetics can lead to an emotional investment rather than a smart one. We’ve seen it time and again, yet we can’t emphasise enough our top…

Is Using Superannuation to Buy Investment Property a Smart Idea?

While there are a number of ways to approach property investment, many people look at using their superannuation to buy property and grow their portfolio. Back in 2007, changes to superannuation legislation provided trustees of self-managed super funds (SMSFs) the opportunity to borrow for the purpose of property investment. The Limited Recourse Borrowing Arrangement now…

How to Start Investing in Real Estate for Families

We’ve all watched Sydney’s house prices rise over the past few years. If you’re new to the real estate investment game, you might have been putting off your financial goals for fear of not having the capital to enter the market. But your real estate investment goals could still be in reach. Which begs the…

Smart Investors Know How to Access Equity

Accessing your home equity, or leveraging your debt, is one of the most successful investment strategies you can use to buy multiple properties and reach your financial goals faster. But it can also put your investment portfolio at risk if you don’t have the right knowledge for your circumstances. So how can you use untapped…

How to Use Equity to Buy an Investment Property

Many people believe they need to pay off their home and then save up for another deposit before they even start looking into investment properties. But that’s not how property investors should operate. The best way to finance your next investment property is by leveraging your available equity, rather than using cash. What Is Equity?…