Who is interested for a get together meeting to discuss investing in the US? I would love to meet up with like minded investors and bounce ideas of each other. Please no spruikers as I dont want to be sold to yet. I am based in Sydney. Thanks for your time.
EngeloubrowndogParticipant@ubrowndogJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 9
I’d be interested in catching up. I’ve just purchased a property in Atlanta and would like to know what others are doing to build their portfolio / methods implemented to secure properties.DHCPMember@dhcpJoin Date: 2010Post Count: 190
Sounds interesting to me…I'm based in Sydney. Where about you guys are located?
CheersAlex SCParticipant@alex-scJoin Date: 2011Post Count: 585
Yes I own a company and from the USA. Yet would like to be part of a group like this.I will be coming to Sydney in next few weeks. networking not spruiking is the key for any business.
AlexRobert WilsonParticipant@robwilsonJoin Date: 2005Post Count: 19
I'm about 3 hrs west of Sydney but would be keen to met up with like minded people in Sydney to hash over some pro's and con's of investing in the US and how to best manage them.
I keep an eye on this post.
Whether you think you can or think you can't ....... your right . - Henry FordkylermriceParticipant@kylermriceJoin Date: 2011Post Count: 314
Spuirking, lol!genotypeMember@genotypeJoin Date: 2012Post Count: 1
I'm a newby so am on a steep learning curve. Am based in Sydney and would be interested in joining.
CheersHouseweetItIsMember@houseweetitisJoin Date: 2010Post Count: 1Michael 888Participant@michael-888Join Date: 2005Post Count: 260HouseweetItIs wrote:also, what about people with US properties that are NOT performing, or who have a horror story? this seems to be a growing group from what I hear…email me at [email protected].
you raise a valid question. In the spirit of sharing and learning are you able to post some examples please? Maybe by starting a new thread that perhaps others can add to.
I would be keen to hear of the types problems that may present after the purchase and not whether the buyers agents or facilitators are ripping Aussies off. Clearly there are some that do and also some that provide a terrific honest service.
Keen to hear some examples and what remedies/solutions were taken to address the problems.Lets USMember@lets-usJoin Date: 2012Post Count: 3
Im also a newbie, am I the only one from Melbourne? anyone here in Victoria that wishes to do a group US property meeting?
All states welcome. I dont think I will be in sydney anytime soon though. But am keen to learn more about the American market.
Have heard some horror stories myself, though I know there are property pockets of potencial income, its just knowing where to look and what to avoid is really the knowledge I need, anyone that has experience in this would love to hear from them.
After some research, I realised that no matter how cheap Detroit seems, its rife of troubled neighbourhoods. Florida at this point seems ok, I think?
Anyways, nice to meet you all.electric_CuriosityMember@electric_curiosityJoin Date: 2012Post Count: 1
I'm from Sydney and would like to join this focus group as well, I'm a newbie by the wayJudenMeMember@judenmeJoin Date: 2012Post Count: 1
Hello everyone interested in this. I'm in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, and would be interested in getting together with other likeminded folk. I have already jumped into the US market with two properties and am looking now to expand further. Really keen to have a get together with others.luckyladyof8Member@luckyladyof8Join Date: 2012Post Count: 1
Hi to all !! Wow im also a newby to the real estate market in USA. Have learnt alot by reading the posts on here. LIke any investment or business venture, knowledge is your best asset. Learn everything u can in regards to purchasing. Look up the parcel numbers of the house in the local county government website and see how much taxes are owing first…. You are very right 888usaproperty its the same in australia u can buy cheap houses here but doesnt mean good return as the area devalues the house problems with tenants etc. My mother told me years ago best to own the worse house on the best street. then the best house on the worse street!!! Makes sense.
anyway would love to join a group or two to help in financing etc I live in melbourne but can email etc we are only as far away as the internet is…… Want to learn about the rules for buying for non american citizens as well…..
please love to hear from anyone
thankuP8BallwhiteyMember@p8ballwhiteyJoin Date: 2012Post Count: 1
I'd be interested in a meeting
I live in Wagga however I regularly travel to SydneykvellimalaiMember@kvellimalaiJoin Date: 2010Post Count: 1
I am also new to USA property market and happy to meet the like minded at Sydney ( I work North Sydney)
VellijnaumovskiParticipant@jnaumovskiJoin Date: 2012Post Count: 5
I am in Sydney and would love the chance to have a discussion about the USA property market – please let me know if anything becomes confirmed.Lets USMember@lets-usJoin Date: 2012Post Count: 3
Hello To the melburnians – Im happy to meet and chat about the US market and or chat via email to those in other states.
I maybe heading to Sydney next month. Im thinking of visiting Florida and maybe another few other states to check out these properties, great to get more knowledge on this, bonus if others are also travelling there this year too. No spruikers tho