Buying Property Strategies - Investment Strategies

    • A positively-geared portfolio keeps lenders happy and eventually is what you need to retire on. But positively-geared properties are hard to find. A 10% yield is about enough for a typical investor. read more

    • Your Investment Property asked Tyron Hyde to investigate why cheaper properties tend to have higher yields and often a higher depreciation ratio in relation to the purchase price. read more

    • Your Investment Property explores the pros and cons of buying and selling under the hammer in today's real estate market and shows you how to come out ahead read more

    • Whether it's just owning an apartment nearby a university or even investing in contracted student housing, investors can benefit from good yields and steady demand. But there are other factors to consider before you head into this market read more

    • High-yields produced by cash-flow positive properties maybe tempting right now, but it's important not to lose sight of the fact that only growth investments bring you the ultimate financial freedom in the long run. Nila Sweeney reveals 30 growth suburbs forecast to grow in value by as much as 50% over the next 3-5 years in part 1 of the two-part series read more

    • Buying a home in Australia has not been this easy in years, especially for first homebuyers, according to a recent industry report. read more