One of the factors underpinning the strength of our economy is Australia’s tourism industry. And I’m not only talking about international visitors. New research from Roy Morgan shows over 12 million Australians (59%) intend to visit a domestic holiday destination and stay at least one night on their next trip. Melbourne is again the leading
I’ve learned many lessons in my multi decade career as a professional wealth advisor. Today I’d like to share two property investment tips and two success tips I would have liked to learn earlier in life. Two property tips 1. Buy the type of property that will be in continual strong demand in the future.
Specific statistics aside it is clear that both Melbourne and Sydney are in a state of growth that will make two of Australia’s most popular destinations even more so. The main difference between the most significant development areas in the two cities is the proximity to the CBD. Melbourne is focusing its growth in the
Are agents really overpaid? What do they actually do to earn their commission? I can understand how in boom times when properties almost sold themselves, that vendors wondered why they need an estate agent to sell their home. During those heady days a good estate agent could help their clients achieve a premium price and
We put in place insurance for our homes, our furniture, our car, our holidays, and even our pets, but many of us ignore what funds these policies – which is our ability to work to generate income. So, how do you protect your ability to work should unforeseen circumstances like a major illness or injury
Everyone has a different idea of what success looks like. For many, it’s financial, while for others it’s success in personal relationships (although both feed into each other, but that’s a blog post for another time). You may even have an idea of what a successful person looks like, and from that you have put