Buying Property Strategies - Investment Strategies

    • So what if you want to purchase property but don’t want to become a property expert, want to avoid risks and don’t want the added burden of managing property? Some properties are more hands on than others and people should look for different types of properties based on their stage of life and financial goals. read more

    • A buyer’s agent can help you secure a better property, a better price, or both, provided you engage the right one. But before you do, we ask the experts which is the better investment: using a buyer’s agent, or getting a property education? Sarah Megginson reports read more

    • As property prices continue to increase in the city, regional areas are looking more and more attractive to astute investors. read more

    • Generally speaking, your 20s are about career development, with a focus on building assets and wealth. Your 30s, 40s and 50s are about finding ways to manage and protect your wealth; you might be interested in investments and saving for your retirement, or possibly for your children’s education. In your late 50s or 60s, if you’re lucky, you reach that all-important milestone “retirement” and you realise that you have extra time and money to spend on things like vacations or luxury vehicles. read more

    • Navigating property investment can be a challenge for even the savvy investor. Whether you’re looking for a long-term or a short-term investment, your goals involve securing a financial future for your family or reducing your taxable income, there are many options to consider. read more

    • Lots of investors talk about buying interstate, but not many do it. John Hilton speaks to a range of experts to find out the most successful strategies for looking outside your home state read more