Brett Warren is the Senior Property Strategist at Metropole Properties in Brisbane and uses his 12 plus years property investment experience and economics education to advice clients how to build their portfolios.
He is a regular commentator for Michael Yardney's Property Update.
If you think that property investment expenses end once you buy a property, you're wrong!
Investing in property requires an ongoing input of cash – and sometimes it's when you least expect it.
Investing in any asset is a risk, and it can make even the steeliest of us feel uneasy.
In my mind, there are two types of properties that could put investors in a compromising position in the current market.
In today’s economic climate, many investors are sitting on their hands and waiting to see where the chips fall.
I can understand why.
It may sound like a trick question, but when do you first start “inspecting” the property you are going to buy?
Probably the most difficult part of property investing is understanding what the future holds.
If only we could predict the future and how suburbs are going to perform in advance, we would make a fortune!
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