General Strategy - Investment Strategies

    • There is a breed of savvy investors spending up big on property. What’s their secret? Do they have a magic ball? The answer is no, they simply know how to read the property cycle better than most and aim to invest at the bottom of the cycle. read more

    • Ascertaining the true value of a property is one of the most crucial skills you can have as an investor.  Develop a professional valuer’s mindset and a keen aptitude for analysing real estate with these six tips. read more

    • The diamonds of the property market are mixed with duds, so you need to be careful when you’re looking to buy. Focusing on a few key details can put your property ahead of the pack. Jacqueline So reports read more

    • An affordable inner-city apartment may sound appealing, but it’s important to consider long-term capital growth. According to this industry expert, houses offer more growth potential because the best-performing properties boast plenty of land read more

    • A new property investing strategy is attracting attention. The High Income Real Estate System (HI RES) involves the conversion of an ordinary house into multiple “micro apartments”. read more

    • Many property investors share the same problem: a lack of time to do the research required to become better investors. But as time-poor professionals, you don’t have to be destined for inferior results. There is a way to invest – without even leaving your desk. Sarah Megginson reports read more

    • Even if you’ve just started investing in your 40s, you can still build an impressive portfolio in time for a financially free retirement. Here, one of Australia’s top property experts explains to Nicola Middlemiss how it’s possible read more

    • For a property investor, an investment doesn’t end with the purchase itself. Ongoing ownership costs can quickly add up, and you can be caught out financially if expenses arise and you’re not prepared. Jacqueline So reports read more

    • House and land packages often split opinion. Some investors claim they’re high-risk, low-return, while others insist they’re an ideal option. So which is it? Nicola Middlemiss asks investor Michael Beresford, who says it’s the latter, and explains how to minimise the risks read more