If you are searching to acquire a new real estate to live in, it is a good idea to consider using your first home as an investment property. Although some people first purchase a home to live in and later on consider property investing, you can start sooner and reap the benefits of your investment. All you need is a buyers agent or a mortgage broker to guide you in the right direction.
New data this week from CoreLogic points to the end of the housing downturn, with 5 out of 8 cities posting improved results on last month’s report. But can we expect this trend to hold up, and where should we be looking to capitalise on any opportunity?
It’s that time of the year where we pull out our shoebox full of receipts and review our finances. Don’t leave your hard-earned money in the ATO’s pocket this year! Here’s the top 5 tax deductions a lot of clients are forgetting to claim and trust me, it can add up quickly.
Meet Suzie, a DDP client since October 2018. At only 28 years old, she had a solid vision to own 3 properties in 10 years. But the problem was that she was overwhelmed and confused by all the information online about property investing. Within two months we found the right property for Suzie which fit all our investment criteria, and within 30 days she owned her first property with DDP!
Homelessness is a devastating and complex problem in our community, which is why we must take a step back and try to understand the harsh realities that many face. It’s important for those of us who are more fortunate to take part in giving back.
Did you know when you invest in a dual living home, you are investing in the future of your family. Dual homes are 2 separate accommodations under the roof of your main house.