How to get started in property investment

Sometimes the hardest part of becoming a successful property investor is getting started.
Everyone makes mistakes along the way, particularly when it comes to your first investment property.
That’s why it was so important for us to develop these articles to help guide you through the process and avoid the typical mistakes made by the beginners.

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8 mistakes property investors must avoid
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Property investing may be simple, but it’s not easy – And that’s not a play on words.  When you look at the statistics and see that most investors never get past their second property, you realise that most who get into real estate won’t achieve the financial freedom they were looking for. While it’s possible to…

4 Traits of a Smart Property Investor
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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…

Advice for rookie property investors
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Property investment is not something you should ever enter into lightly. But for some reason, that’s what a lot of people who have dreams of making millions with real estate do. They think, ‘I can go out, buy a house somewhere, stick some tenants in it to pay the mortgage and make a killing! How…

Invest like Warren Buffet
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Warren Buffet is arguably the greatest investor of all time. He has a great track record of creating and maintaining his wealth through share investments, but many of his principles also apply to property investors. So let’s look at some of Buffet’s investment principles and see how we can apply them to our property investing….

How investor psychology should make you wary of crowds
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Dr Shane Oliver, Chief Economist at AMP Capital Investors  wrote an insightful report last year on investor psychology and counter cyclical investing. He says: “Sometimes being at one with a crowd can be nice, eg at rock concerts it adds to the ambience and safety in numbers can provide comfort. However, when crowds turn they…

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