Mike.Thanks for the reports. Very interesting to see the criteria Residex use for their valuations. I'm not sure their end figure is completely accurate but they give a good indication and some great sales evidence.Thanks.Gilad
thanks for the reply.
Obviously the easement was in place 15 or so years ago when they bought the property. My question is can they do anything now to get rid of it? or is it always going to be on the property?
i don’t think its fair to assume that all MLM’s are bad…
a lot of people advocate multiple streams of income… How do we do this?
(1) income from everyday job
(2) property/shares/interest repayments
(3) a multilevel marketing business is also an option…
I’ve personally been involved in one and i strongly believe in what it stands…[Read more]
there are a number of different ways to increase rental yields… i’ve found that dolf de roos has some good books on this.
I’ve worked for a builder/renovator over the past year or so, and i’ve seen how easy some of these things are – provided you are capable of doing a lot of them on your own. For example, repainting the house – or even one…[Read more]
sorry about the link… fixed it.
Well, they apparently have four different speakers for this seminar talking about hte various angles…
I guess it could be good for me, given that i’m 20years old and just haven’t really been able to get started. Probably because i just keep using the excuse… i don’t have any saving for a deposit. i can’t…[Read more]
nah, i’m pretty sure that you have to be over 18 to receive the fhog. It is risky business trying to get the fhog for a child. I remember reading some articles in the herald sun probably half a year ago, about families where children had received the fhog. If i remember correctly, the government was going to crack down on it.
But, i might be mistaken…
my simple method, though this might not be what you are after is as follows (it is interest only – and then add on if you want principal).
Mortgage * 0.07(approximate interest rate)
then divide that by 12 to get monthly repayments. if you want weekly, divide by another 4.
I figure if it is going to be principal and interest you just add…[Read more]
i’m 19. i read rich dad poor dad last year, adn even though i don’t remember most of it, it opened the door for me. I realised about property, shares and all.
i just purchased Peter Spanns book. got a sale on their site. You should check it out.
http://www.freemanfox.com.au/default.asp give them a call and talk.
I also read steves book,…[Read more]
i’ve got a similar dilemma. I’m trying to decide if i should invest with a friend, and try and create a partnership for the future, or whether i should go in it by myself.
THere are pros and cons both ways obviously. At the end of the day, you want to be investing with someone because you both bring two different things to the partnership. I…[Read more]
yeah, i guess. we just have to work out if it is in both our interests… at first, i thought i wouldn’t succeed by myself. I had looked at steve and dave as an example and they work together for their business partnership.
But, i’ve given it a bit of thought. i think that in the long run, i’d probably rather be in it by myself. My decisions. My…[Read more]
thanks mate, sent them an email.
As another technique, i’ve thought about buying/supplying something unique and selling it on ebay or other such online auction?
i’ve researched it, but again, a fair bit of risk involved…
my step-dad is doing our basic home renovations. I am learning about construction at uni, and plan to work on a construction site over summer.
i think that renovating will be a skill that i want to develop. I also believe it is important or additional asset when it comes to property investing.
i hope it is…
fair enough. would it not be feasible for me to hold the property and rent it out. Then, provided i have enough equity in that, use it to buy a second property and again and again…
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