If you’ve read any of my past blogs (like this one for first home buyers), you’ll know I don’t recommend investing in apartments. Not if you want to produce the best cashflow, and certainly not if you want to be able to achieve “manufactured growth”, i.e., make improvements that will increase value.6 reasons to say no to apartments if you’re buying an investment property.On the surface, an apartment can be very attractive. The price may
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Property investment strategies for savvy first home buyersEven with all the masses of real estate information out there in the world, I’m still seeing people make rookie mistakes on their first property. If we’re going to create a quantum shift in property investment strategies for beginners, it has to start with avoiding these 5 common traps.Trap number 1: believing your first home has to be your dream homeThe average length of time Australians hold onto
COVID-19 made 2020 the best of years for some, and the worst of years for others. Working remotely changed the way we think about and do business. There were opportunities seized and epic failures for others (like the Texan lawyer who famously couldn’t switch off the cat filter off his zoom court appearance).And there was also a lot of doom and gloom in the property press. But has COVID-19 been a nail in the coffin of