When it comes to property investment – which is best, Cash Flow or Capital Growth?
Watch as I discuss the options you need to consider before making a decision.
This week’s question:
After reading numerous books (including free books published by authors of financial advisory companies) I repeatedly hear that an investor has to be in either of the two property investment camps: i.e. yield vs capital growth.
It is even strongly worded in one book that you have to choose a strategy and stick to the one strategy for your whole investment journey.
I understand the differences and pros/cons for each side.
However, I have also heard of pigeon pairing.
I can see how this tactic on a select few negatively geared properties may be advantageous to cash flow.
What are your thoughts on pigeon pairing please?
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