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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  • 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

  • Finally - you can stop looking because you’ve found it - the “perfect” gift for your favourite property investor - even if it’s you! read more

  • If you have honestly taken stock of your situation, cut all extraneous expenses and perhaps even add a second job or income-producing hobby in order to boost your cash flow. Yet if you still fall short of a deposit and buying costs, then it’s time to think outside of the box! read more

  • It’s time to face reality – there is no magical way to save money. It takes a lot of self-control and determination and, yes, you’re going to have to make some changes otherwise you’re going to end up right where you are. If you want an investment property, and if you’re reading this I’m guessing yes, then here are four simple tips to save a deposit. read more

  • Property investing is a tried and true means of wealth creation, but how does it compare to investing in shares? read more

  • To weed through all of the media hype and hysteria, let’s take a look at what a property bubble is, including the signs that indicate one is either on the horizon or already in existence, and then finally compare the data on today’s markets to these criteria. read more

  • I have a lot of investors ask me whether they should rent or buy their own home. I’ve come up with a simple checklist so you can decide whether to keep renting, or jump into the market with your own home. read more

  • Businesses and the economy were the biggest winners in this election. The weakening Aussie dollar and record-breaking low interest rates were clearly the biggest concerns for Australian’s as they took to the voting booths on September 7th. But what does the new government mean for property investors? read more