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If You Could Live the Second Half of Your Life Differently From The First, What Would You Do With It?
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If you are serious about building your own property investment business, one that one day will deliver you financial security… If you’re already a property investor and keen to take your property investment to the next level… If you are intent on getting involved in property development…. If you’re looking for a group of like…

Want to know what the election outcome could mean for our housing markets?
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How will the outcome of this weekend’s federal election affect the value of my home and our property markets? That’s the most common question I’m being asked lately. With taxes and property being significant federal election issues, this seems to have been one of the most polarising election campaigns I can remember and, in my…

Here’s why financial planners don’t like real estate…
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It’s the dirty little secret your financial planner is hoping you never discover. They’ll very rarely recommend property as an investment option – and there’s a really big reason why. It seems completely crazy, right? And despite all the fuss brought up in the Royal Commission into Banking and Finance exposing the bad and self serving advice given…

This is what Labor's $32 Billion additional in property taxes will do to our housing markets
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Research by the Property Council of Australia reveal Labor’s policy changes would mean an increase in property taxes of $32 billion over the next decade through changes to negative gearing and capital gains tax. And according to the research, the end result will be that fewer Australians will invest in property causing rents to rise,…