Buying for property investment means you need to think about three things: location, rent, and tenants.
You need to check clearance rates, listings, and the price gap, among other factors
Buying a property is expensive. We all know that. And the expenses don’t stop once the property has been transferred in your name, either.
When you buy an investment property, it is most important to set up the right ownership structure for better asset protection and minimal tax liability. To this end, family trusts offer a great option and many Australians, even the ‘not so rich’, are beginning to explore the possibility of holding an investment property in a family trust.
Even if you’ve stumbled upon the home of your dreams, it pays to consider other factors that would affect the value and liveability of the property
Carolyn Parrella, Executive Manager, Terri Scheer Insurance, shares tips for first time investors.
First home buyers often feel lost in a market full of jargon and free-floating advice found in plenty.
Strong property price growth in the eastern capitals and a high standard of living are just some of the reasons why Asian investors continue to flock Down Under