Articles by Ken Raiss

Ken Raiss

Ken is director of Metropole Wealth Advisory and gives strategic expert advice to property investors, professionals and business owners. He is in a unique position to blend his skills of accounting, wealth advisory, property investing, financial planning and small business. View his articles


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Wealth creation has become a primary target for most people and many are finding property investment as an effective way to hit this target.  While there are just over 2 million property investors in Australia, less than a quarter of these have more than one property investment – in other words, they will never develop…

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No one ever sets up a business with the intention to fail. Rather, entrepreneurial types are motivated by a multitude of factors such as personal drive and ambition or a desire to work for themselves or to create a particular product or service. Sometimes it’s as simple as wanting to be in charge of our…

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Relationships are much more complicated these days, aren’t they? It’s common for couples to purchase a property before they have walked down the aisle or even lived together, which raises the question of who gets the house if they break-up? It’s surprising more couples don’t give this a second thought. They assume they’ll be together…

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Have you considered investing with family members? As they say… Blood is thicker than water, but sadly, bad business can break families apart overnight. Co-investing with family is no exception. It has the power to thrive, or the power to destroy – and the key is all in the foundation you start from. Common family…

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Australian Tax Office (ATO) data shows that only 9% per cent of investors own three or more properties. So, if property was such a good investment, why do many stop at one?  Unfortunately, most people simply buy the wrong property, buy emotively, sell quickly and never buy again, or stubbornly hold onto it hoping things…

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