5 Things You Don’t Want In A Property Manager

Thursday, February 4, 2016 / Property Management

When it comes to managing your investment property, you don’t want to be placing it into the hands of either an amateur, or someone who has their priorities elsewhere. We thought we would have a quick look at some of the things that you just don’t want to happen at all, and give you some…

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When Should You Sell Your Investment Property?

Thursday, January 14, 2016 / Property Investment, Real Estate

There is the age old adage of many property investors that you should “always buy and never sell”, however this does not always make the most sense. Whilst it is true that consistently adding to your portfolio will help you generate better wealth in the future, the entire endeavour also requires that eventually some of these…

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New Years Resolutions

Thursday, January 7, 2016 / Miscellaneous

The end of any year can be quite a mad rush, with Christmas and New Years coming in like a whirlwind. As our day to day activities get disrupted amidst holiday plans, family time and a myriad of other activities; it can be easy to find yourself falling into some bad or unusual habits. That…

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Value Growth Isn’t a Linear Process

Thursday, December 17, 2015 / Property Investment

When people think about the value of their investment increasing, they have a line similar to this in mind: This is not however the natural way in which an investment will appreciate in value. Don’t get me wrong, when you balance out consistent growth over a few decades, it does become possible to draw a…

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Vacancy Rates, How they Influence Investment Strategies

Thursday, November 19, 2015 / Property Investment

So if you have decided to buy an investment property, you are almost guaranteed to be planning on renting that property out. This is a given. Even if you have found an absolutely amazing property that seems to check every single box in what you are looking for in an investment, you’ll blow your budget…

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