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  • realestateedu.com.au replied to the topic Seminar – Mark Rolton in the forum Creative Investing 13 years, 8 months ago

    Hi shmikka,

    The 2 property options lawyers I personally use are:

    Peter Kumnick at k2Law in QLD & Mel Ciampa from homeandhoused in Sydney.

    Please mention my name.

    Both Peter & Mel have contributed 8 legal option contracts into my “Property Options 101” on line training system on my education web site http://www.realestateedu.com.au

    My students also…[Read more]

  • realestateedu.com.au replied to the topic Property bust not here yet … worse to come in the forum General Property 13 years, 9 months ago

    Dear WJH and DW,

    Good comments however!

    Old thinking IMHO

    1. If you sell where do you put your money?

    2. USA property slides further down and this will affect Australia.

    3. Start thinking passive income, not negative gearing and CFP.

    4. The old day thinking is “your home is an asset” this is incorrect if it is the only asset you own because…[Read more]

  • realestateedu.com.au replied to the topic Property bust not here yet … worse to come in the forum General Property 13 years, 9 months ago

    Great response 888 on the money!

  • realestateedu.com.au replied to the topic Jan Somers – Building Wealth in the forum General Property 13 years, 9 months ago

    Hello Intrigue,

    haha you are very funny and definitely not stupid at all.

    If property was all the same it would be an easy game like a level playing field.

    Jan was right for her time and was a pioneer to be respected.

    Steve who owns this site if he started today would possibly fail.

    I have a rich brother and one of his sayings is … making…[Read more]

  • realestateedu.com.au replied to the topic Property bust not here yet … worse to come in the forum General Property 13 years, 9 months ago

    Hello Simple,

    Did you watch the 4 corners program last night?

    This thread began in 2006 however this global financial problem started in 1971 when Nixon took away the gold standard.

    USA and EU are far from over.

    Banks in Australia are running out of money to lend, banks get their funds from overseas investors, so it makes sense that if there…[Read more]

  • realestateedu.com.au replied to the topic robert kiyosaki in the forum Opinionated! 13 years, 9 months ago

    Hello all,I took one step further and joined the rich dad coaching program for $13,997.00 USDI joined because his message is different.The "content" of his program is outstanding.I get a coaching call every Wednesday morning from Roberts right hand man Tony.I believe the future is in on-line education and not 7K seminars + $1K per month personal…[Read more]

  • realestateedu.com.au replied to the topic No Housing Bubble in Australia…is there? in the forum General Property 13 years, 9 months ago

    OK so lets get serious,

    I am willing to trade my Italian wife, my twin teenage girls aaahhhhhhhh and a mad chiwqawa half breed dog for a bottle of scotch … any takers ?????

    Did I mention the fact I was serious??

    Philip

  • realestateedu.com.au replied to the topic No Housing Bubble in Australia…is there? in the forum General Property 13 years, 9 months ago

    Opinions are like belly buttons … every one has one.

    DW I apologies for my response to you.

    I have been around for 150 years Haha … I have learnt one thing in this time … markets change very quickly … in 1990 I was playing golf with Greg Norman today I am not …

    Where will you be 10 years from now.

    The advise you are giving today if…[Read more]

  • hello Intrigue

    Haha yes you are blind or stupid haha just kidding … go to front page … at the bottom in the GREEN box FREE goals coaching courses.

    Enter yr email address and fill them in …

    Also look at the real estate riches course.

    DW,

    Take a pill … do you want to compare yr portfolio and experience with me … I understand your…[Read more]

  • realestateedu.com.au replied to the topic No Housing Bubble in Australia…is there? in the forum General Property 13 years, 9 months ago

    Hi Mike,Firstly thanks for looking at my site, this week we are loading up 8 new videos then a new webinar teaching corner that can be accessed 24/7 – Kiyosaki styleMike I believe most investors here are focused on general property, and I am bearish on this for many reasons. I can give you pages of information on real estate going back wards and…[Read more]

  • Hello elol

    Yes this becoming more common and typical of people who get caught in the wrong cycle, SEQ is over priced and the ROI is around 2%

    I love to read opinions and remember the saying – he who laughs first laughs last loudest.

    There are 250 rental units on the Coast for rent at $350.00 and tenants are only willing to pay $280.00

    50…[Read more]

  • realestateedu.com.au replied to the topic No Housing Bubble in Australia…is there? in the forum General Property 13 years, 9 months ago

    HI DW,The interesting thing is that at 18 all his INFORMation was in the middle of a GFC.There is also talk that we will get a second GFC … who really knows.The governments are spending our TAX dollars to keep this from happening, good or bad our younger generation will be paying for this for years ahead.When I started investing I had no mobile…[Read more]

  • realestateedu.com.au replied to the topic Wire rendered house in the forum Help Needed! 13 years, 9 months ago

    I am interested in the age of the property.About 10 years ago I inspected a 100 town house site in Queensland, it looked out of this world … and then … we tapped the walls only to find out the out side skin was made of polystyrene, rendered and painted … talk about a head spin.Isn't it funny that as we are conditioned to one thing the other…[Read more]

  • realestateedu.com.au replied to the topic No Housing Bubble in Australia…is there? in the forum General Property 13 years, 9 months ago

    Hi Mick,As a 20 year old I think you are on track.What areas of the market are you researching?DW lighten up the guy is a young person in a very interesting period of his life, times are changing and so is the market.3 years ago we were in boom today it is more gloomy, deals are out there and we are all passionate to become self made…[Read more]

  • realestateedu.com.au replied to the topic ELECTION ADVERTISING EXPENDITURE in the forum Opinionated! 13 years, 9 months ago

    Hi thecrest,Don't forget their money is our tax money.Labor spends and Liberals save, hence the name be liberal.Every promise Gillard makes will send us further into debt, when they took over we were in surplus now we are in debt.I believe we are in a "subsidized recession" spending not to go broke.Have you read the book "conspiracy of the…[Read more]

  • Hi Mike,When I bought my first investment unit I looked at 40 properties b4 I found the winner.I think it comes back to some time and hard work to locate the deals.Like finding a good wife and life partner mate, you will know when the right one comes along.Philip Sigglekow LREA author

  • realestateedu.com.au replied to the topic Seminar – Mark Rolton in the forum Creative Investing 13 years, 9 months ago

    Hi Tommy,Are you saving that after paying and doing the 6K course that the after sales or support has let you down.The sign of a good leader is to deliver more to you in value than what you pay.We have an options program … we have 2 manuals 731 pages that you can buy for $399.00 and then offer a years coaching program via the internet linked to…[Read more]

  • realestateedu.com.au replied to the topic No Housing Bubble in Australia…is there? in the forum General Property 13 years, 9 months ago

    Hi There,Maybe we are all wrong and Australia is not the best place to invest.One could assume that we are on a down hill slide, some good stories of buyers finding good deals, and lots of stories of people being caught.If we look at the esteemed leader here "Steve" he and his partner "Dave" bought 130 properties (about 20 each per year for 3,5…[Read more]

  • realestateedu.com.au replied to the topic Massive land release in Victoria in the forum General Property 13 years, 9 months ago

    Hi Michael I am so agreeing with your comment,

    We vote in these idiots who have never run a business who create as my lawyer says, tomorrows slums today.

    There is so much vacant land in every CBD built up area all around the country that could be better utilized.

    As “Kiyosaki” says it does not matter who you vote in power you just have to learn…[Read more]

  • realestateedu.com.au replied to the topic Massive land release in Victoria in the forum General Property 13 years, 9 months ago

    So AP are saying it is more intelligent to have higher density or urban sprawl.

    Should we be focusing in utilizing current spaces better where there are essential services already installed.

    Philip Sigglekow

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