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What is equity? Property investment for beginners

What is equity? Property investment for beginners

What is equity? Let me break this into simple terms. Equity refers to the current market value of ...
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How to minimise risk when investing in property

How to minimise risk when investing in property

How to minimise risk when investing in property is often a client's biggest concern. There are lots of ...
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How much is enough for retirement?

How much is enough for retirement?

How much is enough for retirement? A commonly asked question and from people of all ages. Although simple ...
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What is a depreciation schedule and do I need one?

What is a depreciation schedule and do I need one?

I'm often asked by investors 'what is a depreciation schedule and why do I need one?' In short ...
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Your tax return why track your property investment expenses

Track your property investment expenses for a better tax return

Your residential property investment is a business - and like all good businesses, you need to track your ...
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Top 5 questions to ask your investment property financier

Top 5 questions for your investment property financier

Knowing the Top 5 questions for your investment property financier will help you when you need to borrow ...
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Top 7 residential property investment tips

Top 7 residential property investment tips

The first task on the table when I meet with new clients is to develop goals specific to their ...
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How to build your property investment team

How to build your property investment team

You may not think you need them for residential property investment, but after 30 years in the business ...
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TESTIMONIAL: I don't like debt yet I'm now set.....

You will have to excuse the rhyme but it's true. I don't like debt and paid my townhouse off as fast as I could. Then I had all this extra money in the bank which I was being taxed on. But the thought of buying an investment property and being in debt again was overwhelming. Until I met Christine. She walked me through the principles of good debt and bad debt and how I could not only stop paying tax on the % I was earning but grow my funds faster with an investment property. Three years on and I'm about to buy my second investment property with increased equity in my first. It's not hard but it took me a while to let go of my fear around debt to move forward. Things are looking 'set' now.

 Andrew G.