You can buy its electronic version, called e-game 101. And play with yourself, or with other 2, 3 players, on a computer. The pace is much much quicker. To me it’s fun. I play it with ‘one-player option’, at least once a week. And still enjoy it.
If you are a member of RichDad.com ‘insider’, they say, you could also play with other parties, at…[Read more]
How about subleasing a property to uni students, sepecially of those from overseas.
e.g. you rent a 4 bedroom house near to your uni for $300-$400/week. And then you sub-lease it per room, say, for $150/week. so, you’ll earn gross $300 or $200 per week after your oen rental payment.
Practically, you don’t need any capital lay-out for the purpose.…[Read more]
Thanks for the interesting story about your encounter with Dave and your history with PI. I enjoyed reading it indeed.
And good luck too with your new venture.
With regard to the Split, yes I feel sorry about it. But can fully understand the situation as well. The important thing is they are still good friends. And it’s only each of…[Read more]
Just for my future reference. Are you from Sydney. If yes, which area do you live in? And would you cater for a residential reno or development job yourself?
I’m not sure i understand fully your case here.
Have you consulted with your solicitor yet?
You still have tomorrow to tell the Real estate agent and vendor about your sunset clause. What is OFI by the way? Is it a term used in queensland contract? don’t you have a cooling off period as well?
I’m quite agree with Simon’s opinion. The term should be made simple with the good bargain.
Remember, a win-win solution should always be provided in a deal. if you win on the price, you should be lenient in the term; or vice versa.
I think you have to contact personnel agency which specialises in the banking industry. Or talk to HSBC branches in China town (at George street) or Parramatta at Church st. Most of the staff at those two branches can speak both of the languages you mentioned.
Hope this helps
Yes, it’s a good story.
It’s a creative example of finding a problem and giving a solution! as Steve always preaches.
It also reminds me of ‘RichDad’s (R. Kiyosaki) saying, something like ‘with property investing the limit is your own creativity’.
Please keep us posted of the progress Dr.X.
Margaret Lomas is the guru of positve cashflow investing. Wendy is right in explaining Margeret’s concept, i.e. making a positive income thru paper deduction (depreciation).
I personlaly find Margaret is also very genuine and honest in helping people in property investing.
Different gurus have their own beliefs and approaches in investing. It’s…[Read more]
I inclined to agree with brad44’s.
Start small. Buy 1-2 properties around $200k at different areas. Borrow only 80%. As you have got more experince, and have gained more equity, go for more higher deals.
To me it’s better buy 2x$250k rather than 1x$500k. Apart from spreading the risk. It’s also easier to get tenant with cheaper property. Only my…[Read more]
I’m interested in the services you will be offering. Their details and service fees will be appreiated, when they are ready and available.
With regard to the business name,
can’t think of any at the moment,
sorry…. How about ‘Help2invest’??
Congratulations on making your right decision to ‘rejoint’ with your family.
Thanks for sharing the fantastic & touching story. And for all the invaluable advices by this forum members as well.
I believe every body is winning by learning a real experience!
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