I personally believe +ve is everywhere, but its not like it use to be in Australia, now instead of just finding the property one also needs to be creative like subdivisions for instance, find a block crunch the numbers divide it in 2 build 2 houses, flats, units or what ever, sell one and if you crunched the numbers properly u should have one +ve…[Read more]
Hav’nt met her yet, but if astrology chart is correct ill be meeting her this year ….LOL, Got one drawn for other issues and that come up
Is she on the list? hmmmmmmmmmmm left pondering…..LOL[dizzy]
Originally posted by Lizzy:
Transfering the mortgage from the current PPOR to secure over the 2nd PPOR (is that what you want to do?) should be OK if your loan offers “portability” there may be fees involved though. This essentially means your first home will become unencumbered (and you can have your title back) and they will stamp the mortgage…[Read more]
Originally posted by NEWGEN:
Originally posted by novohs:
There was nothing new in the seminar than what you can learn from his book Rich Dad Poor Dad.
I kinda knew that’d be the case.. I just wanted to go to get motivated I guess, which I’ve been told he’s good at. Ahh well maybe next time round. When’s the Melbourne seminar?
Tonite 3rd of…[Read more]
Originally posted by Marc1:
Steeve book is not as good as it is purported to be? Good news, books never are the ultimate response to life. Napoleon Hill wrote a book some 50 years ago, entitled Think and grow rich. It is an all time classic, it has answers to most questions people pose themselves today, yet generations have knocked it and…[Read more]
Originally posted by richmond:
I don’t think the government wants property prices to fall, I think they just don’t want them to rise as much as they have done… ie take the heat out of the market… it’s an economic management thing… I don’t think the government would be overjoyed to see masses of people with negative equity and struggling. The…[Read more]
Who can forget the great one in the media not long ago. A guy tries climbing into a pub and comes across the owner. Now i cant remember if the guy fell, or if the owner asked him to leave in a physical manner.
Either way the owner got sued for big bucks.
Originally posted by WallFlower:
What about when the uniform comes off…?
At least when I hang up my beige tweed twin set, put my braces in their cleaning fluid, place my horn rimmed, 6mm coke bottle glasses on the bedside table, dim the lights, throw sand in hubbys eyes…I don’t come up half bad [ohno2]
Heres a scenario for you, I have been riding Harleys for 20 years. I have been running a Harley Tour company for the last 10 years. In that time I have had insurance for 4 years on my bikes. Claimed $2500 after one of my riders dropped one of my bikes. I was the insurance companies best client with 20 Harleys insured with the company and would…[Read more]
1) I certainly am not upset with you. Infact im very grateful for your posts. I have had a very very tough week and you have given me a FANTASTIC laugh.[biggrin][lmao] I have to thank you for cheering me up and reminding me not to take things too seriously.
2) Thanks for reminding me about negativity and where it will get me.
If insurance is so great why then do all the big comapnies self-insuer?
Some say is it worth taking the risk not to have insurance? I say is it worth paying some one thousands of $ if they are just going to give u grief when it comes time to make a claim? worst of all Refuse your claim?
Self insurance gives you an apportunity to take more…[Read more]
Originally posted by Aceyducey:
I recommend that if you’ve played cashflow a few times you also take a look at Hybrid’s Real Estate game.
It’s more focused than Cashflow & more of a simulation than a game but it certainly can teach people quite a bit about investing.
There’s a thread with reviews of it here, including comments by the designer…[Read more]
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