Why do some property investors seem to be able to continually add to their property portfolio, whereas most buy a few properties and then can’t go any further? One of the main things that separates the really successful investors from the average investors is the properties they choose to buy.
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At a networking event the other night I was asked by a group of the attendees where abouts in our local area was a good place to buy property to ‘flip’ or trade (buy to renovate and then sell for a profit).
Renovating your investment property – or any property for that matter – is an exciting and fun experience.
I just can’t help it – but I’m watching old episodes of How to be a Property Developer on Living TV. How sad is that?
This is a question I hear a lot when I discuss our property portfolio with friends but before we go into the details we must remember some very valuable advice that John Fitzgerald from Custodian Wealth Builders gives us.
By January 2003 I had listened to every one of JB’s tape sets and taking all of my various lunch mentor’s advice to heart I trudged off and met each of the advisors they suggested.
Hi there I am Robyn Grinter, the lovely Donna who hosts PropertyTalk.com has asked me to write an article for you on how I paved my way to financial freedom and beyond, starting with my unconscious unawareness of what I was doing to the present day.
Whittaker Hamilton has provided below some very important property investment tips. If you are entering the property investing world these tips are highly recommended.
I don’t traditionally initiate too many posts but with a little pushing from Marcus et al I am going to post the story of my real estate investing so far.
A leading property investor has questioned why people on above-average wages cannot afford to buy a home after a report predicted dramatically falling home-ownership rates.
The golden component of property investment is a concept called ‘passive income.’ For most people on wages or a salary, work is all there is. I.e. except for paid holidays, no work = no pay.