Is there trouble on the horizon or are clearer skies ahead for investors? We're joined by Simon Pressley of Propertyology as he shares his predictions and analysis for the real estate market.
The holiday season is just around the corner, which means there will be great demand among vacationers seeking short-term rentals. In this timely episode, our editor sits down with Abigail Howells, Inbound Sales Manager with MadeComfy. to discuss hot areas for rental properties and trends you should keep an eye on for great returns on your short-term rental investment
Picking up where they left off in episode 6, our editor Sarah Megginson and Scott O'Neill, Director, Rethink Investing, dive deeper into commercial property investing. From the location in which you invest, to how you draft a lease and choose tenants, this episode sheds light on important--and simple--steps you can take to make a smart commercial investment.
When it comes to property investment, timing can make or break an investment--but what if you predict a market boom before it occurs? In this episode we're joined by renowned property analyst, author and media commentator John Lindeman as he shares data-driven methods for assessing a market before a boom occurs for maximum returns
Many property investors tend to think of property investment only in terms of how to get the best out of residential property. However, there is so much more you can do.
Join Sarah Megginson and Scott O'Neill, as they discuss how commercial investment can yield incredible results in terms of cash flow.
Broadly speaking, every investor falls into one of four categories: cynic, dreamer, gambler or achiever – so where do you sit within this framework? Your Investment Property magazine editor Sarah Megginson talks to Jane Slack-Smith, director of Investors Choice Mortgages and Your Property Success, about how investors can move forward with clarity and purpose to achieve your investing goals
In this episode, we speak with Calum Walters, Gold Coast & Brisbane City Manager of MadeComfy, who shares important short-term letting strategies to yield maximum profit.
Become a property investor with as little as $500? In this third episode of YIP Talk, our editor sits down with Paul Wilson, Director of Income2Wealth, to discuss innovative methods to invest in and maximise a property with little cost up front
Join us for a conversation with Ed Chan, Director of Chan & Naylor, about the ins and outs of positive gearing – and how investors can use this strategy to get ahead financially
APRA stunned most of us in May when it suddenly announced plans to review home loan assessment rates for residential borrowers. In this first episode of YIP Talk, we chat with Michael Beresford, Director – Investment Services at OpenCorp about APRA’s plans for loan reviews, the impact of loosening accessibility rates and his timely advice for refinancers and investors
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