General Strategy - Investment Strategies

    • By now you’re clear on the difference between cash flow and capital growth investments, and some of the primary advantages and drawbacks of each strategy. Next you need to consider which types of investors are best suited to positive cash flow investments, and which investors will benefit more from capital growth properties. More importantly, where do you fit in this mix? read more

    • Is there such a thing as a perfect property investment strategy? Sarah Megginson digs deep to discover whether creating cash flow is the most effective way to grow your wealth, or generating capital growth – and which risks you need to avoid along the way read more

    • Provided women are armed with the right tools, building wealth can begin at any stage. read more

    • Which Australian suburbs boast properties that have quadrupled in value over the last 20 years – and which ones are projected to continue growing strongly for the foreseeable future? Sarah Megginson reports read more

    • The one statement that has consistently been associated with investor success, so much so that even a TV show was named after it, is “Location, Location, Location”. Most investors will know full well the importance of location and will aim to have a balanced portfolio that offers both cash flow security and capital growth. read more

    • Purchasing an investment property is a beneficial avenue to financial security. Australians have identified the prosperous nature of real estate and the long-term advantage property investment affords. However securing the highest possible return isn’t always straightforward. read more

    • After a marriage break-up some years ago, and having just recently finished paying financial support for his now adult children, David is looking at kick-starting a property portfolio to secure his retirement. To help him map out the best strategies, we enlisted the help of property advisor and coach Ben Kingsley of Empower Wealth Group read more

    • Almost 1.9 million Aussies declare rental income to the ATO each year1 so buying an investment property would seem to be as Australian as football, meat pies and kangaroos. However, with the increase in property prices and the number of investment properties available for lease, investors are encouraged to carefully consider all risks before spending their hard-earned savings. read more

    • In times gone past, locating a big block of land and developing it into a duplex or multi-unit building was considered a sure-fire path to property profits. But today? You need a lot more than a prime block of land to ensure a successful development. Sarah Megginson reports read more