Paul Wilson

Paul Wilson

Paul Wilson is an Independent Property Investing Expert and the founder of We Find Houses, Educating Property Investors & We Find Finance.

Paul has been educating and coaching investors since 2001.  

Paul provides valuable, independent guidance and support by teaching strategies on how you can invest successfully while protecting yourself from commission hungry sales agents and property spruikers.

Protect yourself with knowledge, contact Paul today for a complimentary consultation
on 1800 600 890 or email paul@wefindhouses.com.au

 

  • So, your first investment property failed. Now what? Any failure, especially a $250,000+ failure hurts… a lot. It’s not an ideal situation to be in, but the only way to get out of it is to take action. So, if you’re feeling a little lost or disheartened, follow the steps below and you’ll be back to investing with confidence in no time! read more

  • Not everyone’s superannuation will be able to provide the lifestyle they want in retirement and unfortunately some face that harsh reality towards the end of their working life – I know my super wouldn’t without the passive income from my property portfolio. So how do we, everyday Australians, break out of the rat race with the hopes of retiring by 50? read more

  • As investors, we often find ourselves in situations where we need to make a judgment call about a property’s value. Of course, there is no definitive way to determine exactly how much a piece of real estate is “worth”: it’s not like a car in the sense that a certain make, model and condition equals a certain value. read more

  • In a previous article I shared my advice on how to keep motivated when investing in property. I explained that the very first rule of property investing is to understand that it is a business and therefore all decisions should be made from a financial, not emotional, point of view. In order to make smart, rational and informed financial decisions you need to plan ahead and take all of the variables into consideration, now and for in the future. read more

  • New research conducted by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has confirmed the Australian dream of owning your own home is declining with figures showing house prices are becoming out of reach for many household incomes. The research shows Australia is just behind Belgium and Canada in terms of housing affordability in comparison to taxable income which poses the question – how can Australians get ahead when it comes to owning their own home? read more

  • Every lease agreement is different as every agent, landlord and owner has different preferences. Deciphering the lease and finding out what water charges apply to you can often be a tedious task. I’ve broken down the regulations and cut through the jargon to tell you what you need to know. read more

  • A satellite city, also referred to as a self-sufficient city, is located somewhat near, but mostly independent of, larger metropolitan areas and are usually built in the natural growth path of a nearby city to supplement the larger city’s expansion. So what’s all the fuss about? read more

  • In very broad terms, a buyer’s agent can use their connections to source an investment property on your behalf that fits your criteria, and then negotiate a good price for it. read more

  • Tax preparation can be a nightmare, especially if you have more than one property. But, you can fight the stress with a few simple organisational strategies for your files... read more

  • There is no black and white definition for the terms ‘rich’ and ‘wealthy’, but there is one key factor that differentiates the two: mindset. A rich person is motivated to be rich, while a wealthy person has become wealthy from motivation – two very different mindsets. You can become rich from inheritance, acquiring a high paying job or winning the lotto. A rich status can be lost just as quickly as it was gained, and put simply it is a current financial state. read more