Articles by Brett Warren

Brett Warren

Brett Warren is Director of Metropole Properties Brisbane and uses his 13 plus years property investment experience to advise clients how to grow, protect and pass on their build their wealth through property. Visit: www.brisbanebuyersagent.com.au


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Over the last few years more investors have been considering secondary cities such as Geelong, Newcastle and Launceston which were more affordable than our big capitals. Domain Economist Trent Wiltshire recently wrote: “Secondary cities  have been on a run,  proving more affordable options for buyers after prices shot up in the closest major capital city….

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We’ve all heard that APRA’s restriction has caused the banks to tighten the screws and make it harder for many investors to get a new loan or refinance their existing loans. But the availability finance is the lifeblood of every property investor, giving them the means to leverage into real estate with other people’s money…

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Here’s a $2 investment that will make you a fortune. Whether you’re looking at getting into the property market as a home buyer or investor for the first time or you’ve already got some properties and looking to  build a stronger asset base, this short video will be invaluable. Especially given the current economic, financial…

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We have all heard the saying that a fool and his money are soon parted. Think of your social circle and business associates, as an example.  I am sure there are a few people who continually throw money at bad investment schemes and are always going broke. Throughout my career, I have seen people lose…

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You’ve heard me say it before… not all properties make good investments, and not all investors will profit from their real estate pursuits. So what’s the difference between those who succeed at property investing and those who struggle to get ahead and fail to make any serious progress towards their wealth goals? More often than…

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In my mind it’s important for people to go into property investing with their eyes wide open – which is to say, you should hope for the best but prepare for the worst. Too often I see investors get disillusioned with real estate because they simply have unrealistic expectations about what they’re likely to achieve….