I know that many property investors are a little intimidated by the thought of bidding at a property auction. I can understand why – auctions are an emotional and exciting event. Even after bidding at hundreds and hundreds of auctions I must admit I still get that surge of adrenaline every time I bid. Then
Just because you’ve taken the leap from homeowner to property investor, doesn’t mean your financial fortune is assured. In fact, it doesn’t even mean that you will start making a profit in the short term, or that you are on your way to owning a sizeable portfolio. The reality is around 20% of those who
I’ve found that for most property investors to change their level of wealth, they must change. Rather than disagree, please humour me for a moment and read on… Sometimes we love change and sometimes we hate it. In fact some of us love to change and others fear it. Why is change difficult for many of us?
After all these years in property I’m still surprised at how investors decide which property to buy, but it doesn’t surprise me why so many don’t get past their first or second property. You see… many buy for emotional reasons and while others think they’re investing in property, for some they’re really speculating. By definition,
Yes – they’re back again. Those who say we’re in a property bubble. Including economist Christopher Joye, director of Yellow Brick Road, who wrote in the Australian Financial Review that Australia’s housing bubble leaves others far behind. He found that since the end of 1995, Australian home values have experienced total capital gains of 283
Baby boomers are often touted as one of Australia’s most prosperous generations. They are living longer than previous generations, retiring later, and are commonly labelled as the beneficiaries of Australia’s growing property market. But according to the latest research, a third of Australian baby boomers won’t be able to afford their retirement.