Ask Michael Anything [video] – House or apartment – what makes a better investment?

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Watch Michael discuss what makes a better investment  – a house or an apartment.

This weeks question:

I’m looking at buying my first investment I’ve heard the ongoing debate about houses vs apartments – and I’ve heard good arguments for both – I’m after capital growth and I’ve read houses grow in value more than apartments. I’d love your thoughts – Lisa, Beenleigh

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'Ask Michael Anything [video] – House or apartment – what makes a better investment?' have 2 comments


    August 10, 2016 Dean Coulter

    Hi, after you buy your first investment , do you buy your next investments with a line of credit or cash? ( is there another way?)


      Michael Yardney

      August 10, 2016 Michael Yardney

      Thanks for the question Dean – I’ll cover this in a future video, but in short…
      It’s too hard to save your next deposit and you can’t really get it with cash flow, so yu need equity growth (properties that grow strongly in value) and then borrow against this with an equity release loan


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