Right now, everyone wants a slice of the real estate pie, the problem is that many investors don’t know where to start. This is because 82 per cent of Australians and Kiwis don’t have a wealth plan. Only a measly one per cent actually end up wealthy, with a mere three per cent classed as financially secure.
In 2022 we all need to prepare ourselves to see the gap widen between valuations and our own ideas on what we think a property is worth – and expect to do so for at least six to twelve months.
Now, valuations can be a challenge but they aren’t the final word on what happens with real estate. As a property investor, it’s your job to determine if and how that property can grow in value.
Wellness entrepreneur Guy Lawrence has built his entire career around helping people create positive change so they can achieve one simple measure – happiness. The premise of his work is actually very simple, 3 basic pillars that when applied, lead to extraordinary living.
Let’s relate the concept of time back to real estate. There are still so many property investors out there struggling to create wealth purely because they have a false relationship with time. The good news is if that’s you, I’m here to shock you into action.
There’s nothing more dangerous to your investment strategy than a broke expert. What do I mean by that? In any industry, you’re likely to find
There is no one true measure of success when it comes to property investing. Yield, growth, cash return, more properties, more income, more satisfaction… The
There are two sides to debt. Bad debt is the most obvious and easy to accumulate. It’s tied up in your credit card, your car
It’s one of the biggest pieces of the real estate puzzle and simultaneously one of the hardest for property investors to manage – it’s the