Buying Property Strategies - Investment Strategies

    • If you want to be successful as a property investor, it’s important to do things in the right order. Michael Yardney, our Reader’s Choice Property Investment Advisor of the Year 2016, offers this advice to help you move forward with your property-buying journey in 2017. read more

    • ​​​​​​​In 2013, Todd Hunter started to build a property portfolio for himself in the United States of America. An intoxicating combination of both extremely low purchase prices and sky-high yields attracted him to the US – and now four years later, he can’t get enough! read more

    • What problems could possibly cause buyers to turn tail and run on inspection day? A panel of Australia’s property experts have revealed the top property sale faux pas – and how to make sure they don’t happen to you. read more

    • The word ‘research’ is thrown around a lot in the property investment field. But what do true researchers look for when they investigate whether a suburb or region is primed for growth? Todd Hunter from wHeregroup shares his strategies for researching the next big boom town before anyone else read more

    • For years, there has been an ongoing debate on whether investing in new construction or an established house is best. There are, however, many benefits and reasons which cannot be overlooked when considering a new build. read more

    • ‘Sydney price boom over’, the headlines declare, followed by fearful warnings of a ‘looming property oversupply’. In other words: the property boom has run its course, the markets have peaked, and the dream is over. It’s enough to make a would-be landlord reconsider whether to invest in real estate at all… read more

    • Last issue, Jeremy Sheppard warned property investors about the risks of chasing bargain properties. This month, buyer’s agent Todd Hunter makes a case for bargain hunting in the extreme, a strategy he believes is “the only way to invest” read more

    • Staying ahead of changes in the property market can be hard work, and knowing when and where to make a move and buy is probably the most significant decision you can make. While there’s no doubt it can be exhilarating to invest in property, it can also be fraught with times of stress, doubt and regret. There is, however, another strategy for property investors that takes out some of the stress, worry and burden of research. read more

    • Every investor wants a bargain. They want to buy under market value to obtain instant equity. But Jeremy Sheppard warns bargain hunters of the risks and the potential for being snared by their own traps read more