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Money not invested into right assets, loses its value over time due to inflation.

Property Investment is a great tool if properly used to maximise your returns on investment.

Becoming A Property Investor

Australia is a land of opportunities when it comes to housing . Being a large continent , the population is concentrated in specific areas. Not all states have the same demographics and same level of demand & supply of housing. If you are looking to become a property investor or you simply want to add properties to your existing portfolio, we can help.

There are many ways you can become a property investor. Not every type of property can suit everyone's individual scenario. Having a budget in place and the right strategy is paramount when riding the investment property bandwagon.

Building a House

House & Land

A house & land package is a great way to get started in property investment if you want to maximise your tax deductions whilst minimising ongoing maintenance issues. You will pay stamp duty  on the land value only. You will need to wait for the property to be ready for tenancy after the construction is over.

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Existing Home

If you want to receive rental income from day one and don't mind spending money on renovating and maintaining the property, this can be a good option for you . You will pay full stamp duty on the purchase price of the property.

Sometimes it can take a lot of time to find the right property at the right price.

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Development Site

If you have bigger budgets and have some experience in developing land to create smaller lots or building multiple houses to sell for a profit, this is the way to go. This is a long term investment and can be time consuming before you see actual returns on investment .