Sam Saggers

Sam Saggers

Sam Saggers is CEO of Positive Real Estate and Head of the buyers agency which annually negotiates $250 million-plus in property. Sam's advice is sought-after by thousands of investors including many on BRW’s Rich 200 list. Additionally Sam is a published author and has completed over 2000 property deals in the past 15 years plus helped mentor over 2200 Australian investors to real estate success!

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  • Everyone wants to know when to invest in property but it’s equally important to know when not to invest in property. Take a close look at the property clock below. Note that capital growth only occurs from 6 to 12, and after that property values decline. read more

  • If you count yourself among those Australians who want to invest in property but you don’t believe that you can – or you think that it’s only for those who have loads of money (or a rich relative) then I’d like to invite you to challenge those ideas. If you’ve ever wanted to invest in property, here are 6 Top Tips to Get You Started... read more

  • Media headlines are rife with claims that the huge increase in property values we’re seeing is a “bubble”. In my opinion this claim is way off base. Not only are we NOT in a bubble as there are a number of substantial market drivers fuelling property value increases read more

  • As property investors, sometimes we can get so caught up in the idea of expanding our portfolio that we forget that occasionally its time to sell. Read through the following tips and strategies for boosting your home’s appeal to prospective buyers. read more

  • It’s no secret that the real estate market has come under the spotlight lately, with the stories about the Western Sydney property making it into mainstream media. What is creating this sudden interest in real estate and the surge of property prices? read more

  • You may be thinking that you can’t afford to buy an investment property, but I dare you to take a closer look at your finances. It is certainly possible to own an investment property for less than $50 per week - you simply need a plan and the determination to stick to it! read more

  • Some individuals seem to be born with a natural tendency towards organisation but there are many that are not. Fortunately for the latter, it is very possible to learn how to be organised if you combine the power of habit with your organisation efforts. Let's take a look at the following 9 habits of an organised property investor. read more