I specialise in Internet marketing for real estate agents and this is a very complex topic if you want to go hard on generating leads online.
I've wrote an article for Real Estate Business http://www.rebonline.com.au/blog/6718-jhai-mitchell-how-to-generate-leads-from-social-media-marketing-indirectly to help real estate agents understand this…[Read more]
I recommend you invest your time in calling and is looking up the costs. It is best to get as accurate as possible even in the do diligence phase rather than settling for a rule of thumb. When you're looking at something This size you have to be even more diligent with the numbers.
Costs will range from council the council and you will be…[Read more]
I am currently getting $290 per week for my granny flat you might as well not call it a granny flat it is pretty much a self-contained unit. This is more attractive the renting a unit because I've sectioned off the backyard to give the tenants their own privacy.
Also there is no stairs and the property is only been shared with one house and…[Read more]
we have done exactly what Jamie has suggested.
Now we are sitting on $100,000 worth of equity and about to buy our second property after one year. We should be able to buy a third property next year.
I see many people commenting on forums saying “Sydney as a whole is way overpriced for what is selling” and "Sydney house prices are depressing…"
Where we all want to live, well most of us!
I can sympathise that most people simply want the commute between work and home to be shorter, but these days we also want a great school for our…[Read more]
If you have a "10/20 years time" out look and you really want to make sure you lock in that capital gain.
you can do this 2 ways;
1) Ad a higher or better use to the property/land (renovation/build)
2) Do your due diligence and focus on local Infrastructure
I break it down how Infrastructure leads to property growth in my article about…[Read more]
This think the key to unlocking the code to getting in with us Real Estate Agents is to show us how we can keep our commission when putting together a sale with a problem property.
1) If you can do this and make it a simple to understand process
2) find a solicitor that will help move the whole thing along with out killing the sale
I think you…[Read more]
You will probably want to go on RP data and look at Days On Market and double check that they have sold if not dork knock them or direct mail them! that should get you on the right track.
I asked "What is the cheapest, high demand, positive cash flow real estate you have found?" (From james) "Hi , Im pretty much focused on commercial property , theres so many good deals out there . Just before xmas I helped a guy…[Read more]
Any restrictions in terms of finance or onselling it? Have you also seen the strata report?
They normally have lots of restrictions when it comes to on selling, please look at the fine print.
I'm just looking for some advise what to do as i would like to buy my own house and an investment property within in the next year.
just looking for some advise and possible strategies to archive my goal.
Before you sort out all of the loan issues (which sound like you will not have a problem) you need to decide what…[Read more]
This may help.
This will allow you to maximise your deductible debt while paying off your non deductible debt quicker, and allowing you to save money for your future PPOR.
On another note, if you are only gone 5 years as you suggest and sell your house when you get back to buy another one then you are eligible for CGT…[Read more]
I am finding it really difficult to find a positive cash flow property even in Western suburbs of Sydney.
I can't see how you are finding it hard to find positive cash flow property?
I admit it is hard to find one with a 10% yield already built into it.
I find with Western suburbs of Sydney (Toongabbie/Blacktown) you…[Read more]
the discipline of spending less than you earn, always paying yourself first and the art of delayed gratification.
To do this effectively you need to budget well, monitor your outgoings and of course, always pay yourself a minimum of 10% (more if able) of your gross earnings and put this aside for long term wealth creation. These…[Read more]
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