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    • There are essentially three steps that can be taken to minimize land tax. You will need to evaluate your own circumstances and assets to decide if any of these steps would be of benefit to you. read more

    • Last year NSW Fair Trading received 2,476 consumer complaints about property construction including renovations and the CTTT received 3,039 applications about tenancy disputes. read more

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    • Many property investors get stuck on two or three properties and fail to progress up the property ladder. You know in your heart that you need to build up a portfolio of properties if you really want financial freedom. Buying just one or two investment properties is not going to cut it. read more

    • In light of my recent and first ever fire in one of my properties it has reminded me of what I preach to my clients on a daily basis about the importance of property and landlord insurance and to ensure that the quality of their cover and the amount of their insurance provides adequate cover. read more

    • Welcome to QS Corner…this month we look to reduce your Capital Gains Tax (CGT). I believe every year millions of dollars get paid in Capital Gains Tax that shouldn’t be, and here’s why: When people renovate a property they are living in – they rarely keep records of they cost incurred on the upgrades that they make. read more

    • New Investors Often Suffer From Analysis Paralysis. Analysis paralysis is when an investor has collected pages and pages of information, sometimes views hundreds of properties, but still cannot make themselves take the plunge and go to contract. read more