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

 

  • Whenever I buy an investment property, I’m always thinking about my end goal. This is a method of planning that I encourage all of my clients to use, because it helps you to focus on building a property portfolio that suits you now and in the future. read more

  • Goals are vital to success in any endeavour in life and goals in property investing are no less important. When investing in property is new to a person, the investor often sets goals, often with the assistance of an experienced property investor. But sometimes after the initial excitement of reaching the first goal of simply purchasing a property or two, a property investor begins to relax on re-setting his or her goals. read more

  • I tend to be one of the mind of Warren Buffet who said, ““be greedy when others are wary and wary when others are greedy.” In saying this, Buffet was warning against following trends for the sake of simply doing what everyone else is doing. read more

  • The vexing question of whether to rent or buy has been around for decades and will continue to perplex would-be buyers of real estate. With interest rates now at historical lows, mortgage repayments may be lower than renting in many suburbs around Australia. RP Data has recently identified 388 suburbs where it is currently cheaper to buy than rent. read more

  • When buying or selling a property, the best way to get a good deal is to control the negotiations. Many property investors prefer to leave negotiations in the hands of their Seller’s or Buyer’s agent and that is fine. But if you would like to jump in and try your hand at negotiating, nothing can be more satisfying than knowing that you personally negotiated the deal of your dreams. Here, I am going to present seven tips which can help you better negotiate any property deal, whether you are the buyer or the seller. read more

  • When I ask investors why they want to be involved in property investing a popular answer is that they want to be financially independent in retirement, if not before. Therein lays the problem, because often people do not know how much income they will need to have to live a reasonable lifestyle in retirement. read more

  • Warren Buffet said, “To invest successfully over a lifetime does not require a stratospheric IQ, unusual business insights or inside information. What’s needed is a sound intellectual framework for making decisions and the ability to keep emotions from corroding that framework.” read more

  • There are essentially three steps that can be taken to minimize land tax. You will need to evaluate your own circumstances and assets to decide if any of these steps would be of benefit to you. read more

  • In light of my recent and first ever fire in one of my properties it has reminded me of what I preach to my clients on a daily basis about the importance of property and landlord insurance and to ensure that the quality of their cover and the amount of their insurance provides adequate cover. read more