Buying Property Strategies - Investment Strategies

    • 1. Look for an eager vendor. A vendor under distress is the most obvious component of a cheap purchase. There is no moral high ground here– often it’s a case that the seller needs a quick disposal and is willing to cut back on the price in order to move the bricks and mortar on. While it is not pleasant to see another party in a sticky situation, you may be doing them a favour by relieving them of the property, and in most circumstances, it is a business transaction where if you don’t, someone else will. read more

    • OnePath’s Graeme Colley sets out the five most important things that investors should bear in mind before investing in property via an SMSF read more

    • Afraid to dip your toe in the water of property investment? Catherine Lezer explains the most common excuses used to put off investing – and why they’re flawed. read more