Property Finance Strategies - Investment Strategies

    • Turning your home into an investment property could be the easiest way to start your investment journey. However, there are traps you need to be aware of, especially if you decide to move back in again. Eddie Chung explains read more

    • The ten years leading in to retirement are the most important financial planning and tax planning years in most people’s lives. There are many things you can be doing during this time to improve your financial position during retirement. This article will discuss some of the key tax issues people face in the ten years leading in to retirement. However, this is general advice only and you should consult your accountant and financial planner if you are considering any of these strategies. read more

    • You may not be aware of it, but you could be committing these risky financial mistakes which might land you in hot water with the ATO. Eddie Chung explains read more

    • It can be difficult to get finance for property investments which are a little different to the standard house and land package. Miriam Bell explores how best to tackle finance approval for more unusual or complex deals read more

    • Investing in negatively geared properties require you to be more diligent in managing your cash flow to ensure you cover the shortfall. Jeremy Sheppard shows you how read more

    • Despite what some ‘experts’ tell you, investing in property carries some risks. The good news is, with some preparation you could easily surmount these threats. Helen Collier-Kogtevs explains read more

    • Confused about what loan features to have with your mortgage? Marissa Schulze explains the diff erent features on off er, to help you choose which one is right for you read more

    • If you own your own home and have been paying your mortgage diligently for some time now, you could be sitting on an untapped gold mine. Helen Collier-Kogtevs of Real Wealth Australia shows you how to access these hidden riches safely so you can get started on expanding your property portfolio. read more

    • Not having enough deposit might prompt you to consider low- or no-deposit loans. But make sure you’re aware of the traps and pitfalls of taking this option. Graham Turnbull explains read more