General Strategy - Investment Strategies

    • Tabitha Bright survived divorce, death in the family, single parenthood and near bankruptcy to exit life’s rat race unscathed. She now lives a dream: her property investments mean she and partner Vin can live in comfort without ever needing to work again. Aidan Devine explains read more

    • Nathahn and Monika Walter have shown a knack for finding undervalued properties in their quest to buy 25 properties in seven years. We show you how they're doing it. read more

    • Financial planner Ken Ong was afraid he had a dog investment, but by making use of his backyard he's managed to increase the yield on his property to 18%. He tells Your Investment Property how he's doing it. read more

    • Where should investors put their money next? It’s a multi-million dollar question and one that will be answered at the upcoming Property Investors Forum, where leading property experts will share exclusive insights about where the Australian property market is going. read more

    • New data suggests that Perth’s rental market is staging something of a comeback, while claims are coming in that buying activity is slowly improving. read more

    • If you’ve been knocked back for a loan or are worried about how to get financing for your next property, don’t lose heart – Scott McCray of Smartline Personal Mortgage Advisers says there are ways to get a loan no matter what your situation. read more

    • It’s a technique usually reserved for livestock, but the owner of a house in Capalaba has taken the extremely unconventional move of putting his property up for auction with no reserve – running the risk of having to sell it for peanuts. read more

    • The quicker-than-expected recovery in Australia's property market caught many people by surprise, prompting even some of the most prominent 'bears' to concede that they have overestimated the magnitude and duration of the downturn. read more

    • Many seasoned investors tell you that "you make money when you buy". Or you'll read from books that you should "buy but never sell". The reason? Trading property costs a lot. read more