Lindy Lear

Lindy Lear

Lindy Lear

Lindy Lear is a successful property investor who had a late start into investing, yet has grown her portfolio to eight properties in three years. She is a qualified property advisor and general manager of Rocket Property Group, and she won the Reader’s Choice Award in 2009, 2012 & 2013 for Property Investment Advisor of the Year. Lindy is passionate about helping others realise their goals through investing in property, and can be contacted on 1300 850 038 or visit www.rocketpropertygroup.com.au

  • This month I want to write about the growing demand for types of properties that give two incomes as an investment strategy. As with all property investing, the high rental yield should not be the only criteria, as capital growth is essential for your asset base and should be a major consideration as well. read more

  • What are the qualities that an investor needs to be successful? I have added my list of top 7 qualities that represent how investors have become successful. It’s not all about how many properties you have, but more about the mindset you have towards success. read more

  • Research, research, research! How much is too much? Is there a light at the end of the research tunnel? Many investors get bogged down in the detail of their research, end up more confused and cannot move forward and also do not know where to turn to get help. read more

  • As a property investor with a sizeable portfolio I am very mindful of reducing risk. Insuring all my properties is essential to give me peace of mind as an investor. read more

  • Budding investors tell me that they want to get started investing. They have goals, they have dreams, they want to buy property, but then life gets in the way. They are too busy to read any information, they are too busy to look at potential properties, they are too busy to make any decisions. They are stuck in their busy life today and this holds them back from creating their goals for tomorrow. Being “too busy” can manifest itself as procrastination. read more

  • Can the goal of affording to buy a home be achieved by following an investment property pathway first? If buying your own home is unaffordable where you want to live, then maybe buying an affordable investment property first should be considered. read more

  • Everyone wants to know where they will get good value and potential capital growth in the future. Having a crystal ball might seem like the only way, but in my experience you can predict where the next suburb and areas are by watching for the key indicators. What drivers for growth are present? read more