Jason D replied to the topic sydney-melbourne-house-prices-lead-the-race-downwards-in-2019 in the forum General Property 1 year, 3 months ago
Thanks for sharing such an informative article with us actually it is very helpful for those people who currently thinking to buy new houses in Sydney and Melbourne.
Residential real estate, particularly the rental sector, has been notably slow to experience the same radical disruption that many other industries have seen with the digital age (e.g. retail, finance, transportation). Companies like Zillow and Redfin have democratized MLS listings and the home search process, but the way we buy and rent homes are…[Read more]
The process of transporting your relocatable home can breed some hidden costs if you are doing so for the first time. On average, it typically costs between ten and fifteen thousand dollars to transport your home, with distance being the main factor.
A capital gain occurs when the sales price you received for an asset is greater than your basis in that asset. The “basis” of an asset may be the price you paid for it. However, if you’ve made improvements to the asset, the cost of the improvements increases your basis. If you’ve depreciated the asset, that decreases your basis.
The most important advantage of real estate investing is LEVERAGE! It is the use of borrowed capital to increase the potential return of an investment. In real estate transactions, leverage occurs when a mortgage is used to reduce the amount of investor capital required to purchase a property.
Jason D replied to the topic Labors Negative Gearing and Capital Gains Tax Policies in the forum General Property 1 year, 3 months ago
Thanks for sharing great information I think I would be very helpful for me and lots of peoples who are connected to the Australian property investment.
Manchester’s population is on the rise, translating into further housing, economic, infrastructure growth, and UK property investment. The city population is reaching 600,000, ranking as one of Europe’s fastest, according to the city council’s 2018 State of the City Report.
Manchester as UK Property Investment Option
With its young popul…[Read more]
The clock is ticking to the deadline for Britain’s forthcoming exit from the European Union on March 29 next year.
Prime Minister Theresa May has been able to negotiate with European leaders a draft agreement for Brexit. But, she now faces the challenge of getting it through Parliament. Not all of Britain is happy with the terms proposed, and s…[Read more]
If you already own a property in Australia and only have 60-70% remaining on the mortgage, you can actually use your equity for buying property overseas. Your Australian lender won’t accept a foreign property as security outright but you can do a cash out with the help of your mortgage broker.
The option of Remain seems off the cards, and despite the recent rejection of Theresa May’s deal by Parliament, we think that the risk of a no-deal is unlikely. Few MPs want such a drastic breakaway, and many will start to get antsy as the deadline fast approaches.
It is almost certain that some form of deal will be hammered out, at the very l…[Read more]
Jason D started the topic Why it is important to invest in Australia in 2019? in the forum Commercial Property 1 year, 4 months ago
Australian Government bonds. Australian Government bonds are highly secure investment products. Their returns set a benchmark for the market. With these types of bonds, you lend money to the government at an agreed interest rate for a certain amount of time.
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