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Why every millennial should be a ‘rentvestor’

The benefits of rentvesting come down to two main elements: cash flow (the return generated on money spent) and compound growth. Source: The Real Estate Conversation By Cam McLellan When it comes to buying your first property, Australians have two main options. 1. Purchase as an owner-occupier. In this instance, first homebuyers save up to…

OPENCORP PIONEERS A NEW WAY TO INVEST IN PROPERTY

Source: Business News Australia OPENCORP lets property investors buy into blue chip suburbs without paying top dollar. On top of that, the Melbourne property developer and fund manager has delivered its investors an average annualised return of 24 per cent over the past nine years. That’s a significant lead on residential price growth in our…

Evolve brings luxury living to Brisbane’s northern suburbs

Source: Build Australia Evolve, the 10-storey premium development located in the rapidly-changing suburb of Chermside, is responding to demand from local owner-occupiers, particularly first home buyers and downsizers looking for a spacious, inner-city home. Developed by property developer and fund manager OpenCorp and designed by Tonic Architects, Evolve contains 72 ‘oversized’ apartments. The average one-bedroom…

OpenCorp Proposes New Development for Chermside

Source: Brisbane Development A new $34m apartment development has been proposed for Chermside in Brisbane’s northern suburbs. Evolve, the 10‑storey development located in the rapidly growing suburb of Chermside, is responding to demand from local owner occupiers, particularly first home buyers and downsizers looking for a spacious, inner-city home. Developed by property developer and fund…

My recent best deal with Cam McLellan

By Nila Sweeney What have been your best recent deals and why? One of my best recent purchases has been in the northern Brisbane suburb of Mango Hill. Mango Hill is perfectly positioned adjacent to the major growth hub of North Lakes, easily accessible to the CBD via the Bruce Highway, and has an abundance…

Investment decisions shouldn’t hinge on election campaign

Source: Your Investment Property Investors have been warned not to confuse political posturing with fact in the lead up to the Federal Election on 2 June. With the possibility that housing taxation arrangements such as negative gearing and the capital gains tax discount could be altered after polling day, there is likely to be heavy…