Calculating your potential capital growth – or in other words, the return on your investment property – is an essential step when looking to become a property investor. Like any other investment type, such as shares, you wouldn’t invest your money without knowing what the return will be. Property should be no different to any other type of investment; you should know what you’re are getting out of the deal.
OK, so you’ve found the property for you; the one that ticks every box. No matter if it’s your dream home or an investment property, negotiating is essential. This is because if it’s right for you, chances are it’s right for someone else too.
There is no way to totally eliminate the fears associated with property investment, this is because there is no way to totally eliminate the risks associated with property investment. There are, however, ways to minimise the risks and thus reduce your levels of fear in order to help you overcome them.
If you have never been to an auction before, not to worry! They aren’t as scary as you may think. Here is what you should expect when attending a property auction.
Are you interested in taking the leap and purchasing your first Australian property? Are you unsure where to start and how to go about making an offer? Here are our top three industry insider tips on how to get started and how to get the best deal.
No garden area or backyard? No problem, this selection of attractive plants will be happy sharing your indoor space with you. Placing some greenery in your apartment not only adds to the aesthetics, it has also been established that plants confer positive changes in the brain’s electrical activity, muscle tension and heart activity as well as many other health benefits like cleaner air.