No-one is lucky enough to have a crystal ball, but five experts give us their views on what’s ahead.
When you’re planning to give your home a makeover, it’s a good idea to think about where best to spend your hard earned cash.
If your aim is to build cash-flow to retire on, your investment strategy needs to be different to someone looking to build equity for capital growth. Having a clear goal in mind before you start will make reaching that goal much easier.
Kind of like mixing business with pleasure, it’s important to protect your friendship, and yourself, in case things don’t go according to plan. So just make sure you’re prepared to put your business hat on when making some decisions and think with your head, not with your heart.
SMSF has practically become a new buzz word in property, but there’s a whole lot more you need to know before jumping in. Short for Self Managed Super Funds, SMSF works differently to regular property investment.
Lending to investors has been growing at a much higher and faster rate than any of the other major categories of credit. Over the 12 months to March, investor lending grew at 20.9% for the year compared to owner occupied growth of 3.3%.
Each Sunday John Symond answers one of your questions – this Sunday we’ll discuss how you can get a good investment property even at sky high prices.
It’s time to celebrate our past mistakes of mullets and puffy peach bridesmaids dresses, have a laugh and maybe be rewarded with a prize too.
Here are some pros and cons to company title to help you work out if it’s for you.
With residential property prices rising across our capital cities, it’s no surprise that we’re also seeing a rise in construction loans as savvy home owners and buyers look for a cheaper alternative to buying and moving.