In this week’s article, I talk about the difference between Australian and USA property investing. In Australia, there’s only one way to transact from a real estate perspective, while the U.S. has multiple methods.
If I had to give you one piece of advice, it’s that as a property investor, you can’t do it all alone. How do you discern between a good and bad property investment advisor?
How Mixing Alternative & Traditional Investments Can Be Less Risky & Potentially Catapult Your Returns by 2.5X – 5X
Alternative investments don’t need to be more risky if you understand what you’re doing and where to look for opportunities
A lot of families avoid the topic of money and wealth in the household, which is all wrong. Instead, the opposite is true – start talking early.
What if I told you that you could get into property investing with a significantly smaller sum of money, with lower risk and higher returns?
If the banks have stopped lending you money, then it’s time to consider alternative investment opportunities. Let me show you why.
It’s vital first to understand that you shouldn’t jump into property investing because everyone is or because you think it’s a get rich quick investment. There is more to property investing than you see or hear.
How Tony & Maria Reduced Their Financial Freedom Timeline From 15 Years To 2 Years By Optimising Their Property Assets
When it comes to achieving financial freedom, sometimes having less is more. Here in Australia, we’ve always been sold the idea of ramping up and aggressively growing the size of our property portfolio to achieve financial freedom.
In Australia, we’re almost always sold the story that if you want to retire or be financially free, you need to ratchet up your net wealth.
Buy more property. Apply for more loans. Grow your portfolio.
Anyone who appears to be the perfect investor and doesn’t acknowledge mistakes that they’ve made in the past isn’t being completely upfront. As an avid property investor for the past 25 years, I’ve had my fair share of cuts and bruises along the way.
Not a lot of people know that I grew up in the U.K. before migrating with my family to Australia at the tender age of 9. We lived in the U.K. during the Thatcher years – a miserable time economically for the U.K.