Some big changes have recently occurred to the information held on consumer credit files means so it’s now more important than ever for consumers to keep a clean record, especially as your credit history is one of the important factors taken into account by lenders when assessing your borrowing capacity.
Recently I was asked by Australian Property Investor Magazine to explain which research tools I use to make my property investment decisions. They probably thought I would quote the Australian Bureau of Statistics, SQM Research, RP Data and the like. While I use these great resources, that’s not the answer I gave. Here’s what I
Property auctions on the weekend have become almost a national pastime all around Australia. People go along to have a sticky beak, to get an idea of the market, to fantasize about their dream homes or just to watch the street theatre unfolding before them – it’s a bit like watching buskers, you see an
Socialnomics posted a great blog predicting 48 things technology will kill this decade. Make sure to watch this fun video with some interesting predictions… Blind dates, instruction manuals, desktop computers, offline voting, homework, car keys, resumes, wrist watches and more will be replaced this digital decade by advances in technology. What else do you think
A lot of Australians spend forty years or more preparing themselves for retirement, yet over 95 percent of them fail, remaining dependent on the government for their main source of income. However a small group of wealthy individuals reach financial freedom in a fraction of the time, many through strategic property investment. I’ve found these
I found these ten commandments from Chris Widener’s website. Whether you are a business owner, entrepreneur or investor, they are a great reminder of what we should do: People are illogical, unreasonable and self-centered (including me). Love them anyway. If you do good, people will accuse you of selfish, ulterior motives. Do good anyway. If
This weekend’s auction results show a slight weakening with clearance rates in Sydney of 80.1% and in Melbourne of 70.3% I’ve already read a few comments suggesting the markets are cooling, but I see it differently. Sure having over 1,000 properties up for auction week after week must have some impact on the market, but