Probably a good idea to research a little before commenting, foreign investment in Gladstone has increased to over $140 Billion. QLD has lifted the lid to pandoras box with the current and future demand for LNG. That's not just some ordinary mining town. Email me for the 'project status reports' showing these figures if you like.
Alpha boomed 2 years agohttp://www.cqnews.com.au/story/2008/11/12/apn-alpha-on-brink-of-huge-mining/Collinsville is worth a look if you are after a pre boom town.. I have some good research material on this and happy to send to you if you shoot me an email.
I read the Cash Flow Quadrant by Kiyosaki when it first came out and this book changed my life. I GOT the concept of leverage in a big way from that book and owe it to Robert K for where I am today. I might add I also identify with him to a degree as I dropped out of UNI early to get into business myself.. have made and lost money, nearly been…[Read more]
I have a report showing all the existing and proposed Mining / LNG projects in the entire Surat and Bowen Basin areas. This could be useful for you in terms of your own research and due diligence. If you would like a copy feel free to shoot me an email.
Pt Hedland and Karratha have experienced a lot of growth and ideally wouldn't you want to get in at lower end of a property wave? If its rental income you want then these areas are ok. You might want to also consider the Gladstone region due to the massive foreign investment going on in the area. Many people from Karatha and Pt Hedland are…[Read more]
Genworth location guide will tell you:http://genworth.com.au/lender-resource-centre/tools-and-resources/location-guide-australia/
Hi ,Just wondering on the topic of Gladstone – does anyone know of or know how to find out which suburbs are near the new LNG MInes ?Thanks
I have a report that shows every existing and proposed Mine and LNG project in the entire Central Qld area, happy to send it to you if you email me.
Hunter Valley and Central QLD especially seem to be the areas of choice right now. Gladstone in particular, alot of people don't realise how big this is and its only just started:http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/public-in-the-dark-over-scale-of-lng-development-and-export-potential-industry-leaders/story-e6frg8zx-1226035617067
Hi Mjc, I have a very comprehensive report showing every mining and LNG related project existing and proposed in the Bowen Basin area (and Central Qld for that matter) .. feel free to email me and I will send you a copy.
Hi I can give these guys below a 10 out of 10, we have used them for quite a few of our Gladstone buyers.. Cronin Shearer Lawyers Phone: 07 5532.2390 / Fax: 07 5531 1627 Level 1, Kay House, 35 – 39 Scarborough Street, Southport 4215 Mail to: PO Box 557, Southport, QLD 4215
Here's a couple of interesting reads regarding Gladstone Real Estate and the current rental market for anyone interested:http://www.gladstoneobserver.com.au/story/2011/02/11/lng-industry-igniting-accommodation-crisis/http://www.gladstoneobserver.com.au/story/2011/02/08/upmarket-homes-sought-rental-housing-gladstone/
My approach to Super has been quite negative, in fact I have not invested in super at all and have put all my money into property. Reason… simply because by borrowing 90% (leveraging) I can build the overall size of the asset greater than any other asset class and the size of the asset determines the return on the investment. We all have our…[Read more]
onthemoney replied to the topic More properties with less equity or less properties with more? in the forum If your servicing capacity 9 years, 8 months ago
If your servicing capacity supports … more property using what equity you have to increase the size of your asset is the way to go in my opinion. Its the size of the asset that your return on investment is dependent on, and the bigger the overall asset the high the return. My personal strategy has been to borrow as much as possible using as…[Read more]
Hi All, I guess this question goes to all the perth property gurus out there, if you had 400k where would you invest right now and why?Thank you
Why limit yourself to WA, perhaps consider investing anywhere in the country where you would expect a solid return.. I have been telling people about the Gladstone Real Estate market…[Read more]
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