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Half a dozen years ago, Harry Singh was renting and licking his wounds after losing his savings in the GFC. But with the help of the First Home Owner Grant, he is now worth over a million dollars – and is on his way to retiring by his 40th birthday. Jacqueline So reports.
A job at a bowling alley led young investor Crystal Palmer into the world of real estate and renovating. After gaining some experience and learning under mentors, she struck out on her own and 14 years later has made more than 15 profitable investments
Anthony Do was feeling 'ripped off' after overpaying on a property by $10k, but he dusted himself off and learned to trust again.
Now he is reaping the rewards.
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The age-old struggle of partners with differing passions is a very real problem for some passionate property investors out there, and it might even be you! So how do you create the same vision for the future that you can see is available? Be it property or any other passion that you have big dreams for.
Cherie Barber answers a reader question about how to pick the right agent to sell your property, and what to look out for.
Using the equity in your home is a smart way of building your property portfolio without feeling the pinch. Here’s a run down of everything you need to know about equity to be a savvy investor.
We bought our company title duplex in June 2013 for $880,000, with the intention of it being our long-term place of residence. However, by the time the property settled a few months later, we were not in a position to move in, and therefore rented it out until June 2014. We then moved into the house and have lived there ever since.
David Bannerman and Ben Robertson explain how current laws work in the event of water damage to an apartment.