Sam Saggers

Sam Saggers

With over 20 years in the real estate industry, 15 years of hands-on property investment experience and a personal portfolio valued at over $10 Million, Positive Real Estate CEO Sam Saggers is accurately described as one of Australia’s leading investment property minds.

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  • Wealth creation is a simple concept, yet it can be very hard to do. Any number of things can get in our way when we’re trying to get financially free, however many of them fall under the category of self-inflicted wounds. Following are 5 of those things that can hamper our wealth creation efforts. read more

  • The following 7 “signs” or behaviours are clear indicators of a potential problem on the horizon. The time to deal with these issues is at the time you notice them; the longer they continue unabated, the worse the outcome for your investment property portfolio. 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

  • Like anything worthwhile in life if you want to invest in property you’re going to have to be willing to learn. The following 5 property investing hacks are time proven ways to grow wealth...put them to work for you! read more

  • Saving for your first deposit can seem to take forever, but there are things you can do to make the process easier and perhaps even faster. read more

  • So-called “smart” homes are the latest trend among homeowners, but should investors use them to drive up rental yields? Following are some of the most common ways to automate the systems of a home, including some of the pros and cons of each. read more

  • Retirement requires a different mindset than the one you’ve got right now. Instead of simply building and saving you’ll be spending some of your nest egg. While that may be disconcerting, it’s been the plan all along, right? You save and invest for a time and then begin to live life on your terms...take back your time. Realise, however, that your personal money attitudes - those beliefs and habits which have shaped your life thus far - won’t change once you retire. read more

  • If you’ve ever made a resolution only to have it fall victim to lost interest or simply the busyness of life, this article is for you. The following 8 strategies can help you make those habits stick. For the best results, choose only those that strike a chord and leave the rest behind. read more

  • Looking at your property portfolio you’ve noticed some of them are performing below expectations. Should you automatically dump them? Maybe... or maybe not. read more