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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is warning the public to watch out for investment scammers who promise great returns but “leave their victims with broken dreams and empty bank accounts.” In the first half of 2017, Australians reported losing over $13m to investment scams, according to the ACCC’s Scamwatch website. This makes investment…

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Renting out a property always comes with some trepidation. Landlords run the risk of signing bad tenants who don’t pay, or who damage the home and generally cause a nuisance. For every bad egg, however, there are plenty of investors who land a great renter – the kind you would want to stay for a long…

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Property investing can be extremely rewarding, but it can also be the cause of your financial downfall. To avoid being swallowed up in debt created by our portfolio, you must balance your finances and investments wisely. Property, like any investment, comes with risk. Some successful investors step into the market at just the right time,…

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Buying a property with friends and family may seem like the ideal solution in an unaffordable housing market. In reality, it’s riddled with risk and is just one of the big mistakes that investors routinely make. Today we share the five big rookie mistakes and how to avoid them. Buying a property with your best…

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There’s so much confusing and conflicting property forecasting information out here, I thought I would simplify matters with a simple equation. This equation uses the latest published Australian Bureau of Statistics data, and dramatically shows us that we are rapidly approaching a critical shortage of rental accommodation in the major eastern cities. Record population growth…

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Demographic changes over the next decade will drive a shift in demand as Gen Y — now aged around 20 to 35 years old — begin transitioning into ‘family phase’.  This could underpin the next boom in real estate, with a strong focus on small-dwelling design. Changes to the age profile of the population over the next…

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The New Year is deemed as an opportunity to start over, and for investors, the last thing they want to happen is to lose money in the property market. No one is exempted from making mistakes with their investments. Hence, proper guidance is essential in navigating the market. In an interview with Your Investment Property, Michael…

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Property managers can be the best thing to happen to investors, as they take away much of the stress of personally handling your investment property. If they’re not up to the task, however, they can also be your worst nightmare. Many investors get into real estate initially because they are excited about the potential to…