Property Investing Editorial

How to Double Your Property Value in 3 Years

How to Double Your Property Value in 3 Years

I want to give you a great little tip which will help you understand how the real estate market works. In previous blogs, I have explained some concepts about adding value to real estate through discounts, renovation, strata and even buying property off the plan. I...

Pay Your Home Off Fast – 3 Effective Tips

Pay Your Home Off Fast – 3 Effective Tips

Taking thirty years to pay off your home is the old fashioned way of doing it. Nobody needs to take that long and there’s a very simple way that anyone at any point can start to pay their home off faster. Let’s have a look at how much it actually costs to own a...

What are you prepared to do?

What are you prepared to do?

I am sure that you have all heard or read the saying ‘your current results in life are a direct reflection of the standards you are willing to accept or tolerate”. Depending on your current situation, you may not like reading this and even find yourself coming up some...

3 Things about Property that you might taking for granted!

3 Things about Property that you might taking for granted!

Property is by no means a get rich quick solution, property works exceptionally well when given time in the market to grow and create wealth. This is why we encourage our clients to adopt a long-term view, 7-10 years, sometimes even more, to reap the best returns. It...

10 Top Tips For Off-The-Plan Property Investments

10 Top Tips For Off-The-Plan Property Investments

New property investors are often intimidated by the process of buying an investment property “off-the-plan”, however knowledge is a powerful tool in that not only can it help you navigate the purchasing process, it will help alleviate the apprehension that often comes...

4 Clues A Market Is Boom Ready

4 Clues A Market Is Boom Ready

Property markets move in cycles; moving from the bottom, through the growth phases and back to the bottom over a seven to ten year time period. This is why, as a property investor, the most important factor you must grasp is the ability to forecast property market...

3 Top Tips For Property Investing Success

3 Top Tips For Property Investing Success

It can seem overwhelming when you’re first learning how to invest in property, as there are so many new terms and concepts to understand. To help ease the learning curve, I’d like to suggest three top tips you can use – right out of the gate – to really get your...

3 Things You Might Be Doing Wrong On Valuation Day

3 Things You Might Be Doing Wrong On Valuation Day

Despite the thoughts which some experienced investors might harbour in their hearts – valuers are people too! They’re not “out to get you” as an investor, they’re simply doing their jobs to the best of their abilities, often getting squeezed by various parties in the...

15 Simple and Easy Ways to Save Money

15 Simple and Easy Ways to Save Money

Save your salary with these 15 tips! You don’t need to earn massive loads of money to own a property portfolio worth millions. How is it done? You need to manage your money wisely, taking the long view on your financial future. Rather than focus on what you “want” in...

10 Things You Must Know Before Becoming Financially Free

10 Things You Must Know Before Becoming Financially Free

Building a multi-million dollar portfolio is not as hard as you might imagine. In fact, it can be achieved in as little as 10 to 15 years. All it takes is a bit of planning combined with knowledge and support from others who are where you want to be. Following are 10...

5 Quick Tips For a Stress Free Retirement Plan

5 Quick Tips For a Stress Free Retirement Plan

The superannuation balance of Kiwis is dismal. According to a Massey University study, the average kiwi over 65 years old spends $590.44 per week on living expenses, while the average superannuation is $200 short of that, at only $390.20 per week after-tax. Clearly,...

5 Property Investing Myths that Kill Investors’ Futures

5 Property Investing Myths that Kill Investors’ Futures

If you’ve been investing in houses, you’re probably listening to advice you’ve come across and believe to be true. But is it? Just because something is considered “common wisdom”, that doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s entirely true. It may be only partly true or it...

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