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Articles by Jeremy Sheppard

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Jeremy Sheppard is a keen property investor and a self-proclaimed property data “nutcase.” He is a guest columnist for Your Investment Property mag and creator of the DSR.


Are low deposit loans really that risky
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Are low deposit loans really that risky

All investing comes down to two considerations: risk and return. Ideally, you want to eliminate risk and maximise return. It doesn’t matter what type of investment you’re considering: buying property, buying shares, fixed interest deposits, small business, foreign exchange trading, you name it – these two key principles of risk and return govern how successful…

Buying under market value
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Buying under market value

One thing property investing has over share investing is the opportunity to buy under market value. There is no concept of buying under market value in the stock market since the only purchase you can make is at market value. That doesn’t mean you can’t buy shares at a bargain price. It just means the…

Property developers, Bad advice, Financial advice, Marketing, Investment myths

Worst advice ever I read a blog titled, “The 6 biggest property investment myths”.  You won’t believe the rubbish it was filled with. The introduction was ironic… “Misinformation can stop your property portfolio in its tracks. Make yourself aware of the most common investment myths to separate fact from fiction.” The blog then started off…

To sell or to hold? That is the question
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To sell or to hold? That is the question

Almost every property investor at some time or another has asked themselves whether or not they should sell an investment property they currently own. There are so many variables to the equation that making a decision can end up feeling like guesswork. I’ll outline a few key points in this article hopefully to make it…

To sell or to hold
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To sell or to hold

At some time almost every property investor or another has asked themselves whether or not they should sell an investment property they currently own. There are so many variables to the equation that making a decision can end up feeling like guesswork. I’ll outline a few key points in this article, hopefully to make it easier for you to get back to sleep next…