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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  • To defeat the fears that come with any new venture we need knowledge but knowledge alone doesn’t create wealth. We’ve got to put that knowledge into action. The following psychological factors keep many investors from success. Don’t let them stop your wealth creation efforts. read more

  • Investing across state lines might seem intimidating, but just like everything else in property investing, with the right knowledge you can take something that might seem scary and turn it into something that’s as easy as investing in your own backyard. read more

  • With record low interest rates into the foreseeable future and lending criteria slightly easing, it’s a safe bet that more and more Australians are going to be asking themselves which option they should choose - an investment property or a PPOR (principal place of residence). It may seem an easy enough question, however to answer it you’ve got to take a close look at where you’re at financially and what your goals are. Let’s have a look at the pros and cons for each strategy. We’ll also discuss what you can do if you’re already on the “property ladder” and want to move up! read more

  • What does working remotely (aka telecommuting or working from home) have to do with property investing? Interestingly enough, quite a lot... read more

  • Property investing can be really overwhelming when you’re just coming into the fold. Terms like “gross yield”, “depreciation” and “gentrification” get thrown around like nobody’s business, and trying to figure out what all those statistics are trying to tell you will give any self-starter a migraine. read more

  • This strategy is not just for advanced property investors. Beginning investors can also take advantage of the tax deductions and yields of a high quality property situated in a growth location. read more

  • 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