How to Thrive as a Property Investor in a Declining Market (and Pandemic)

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On this week’s episode, I want to share with you the 6 things you need to do to thrive in a declining property market. With COVID-19 ripping through economies across the world, investors who are solely banking on organic capital growth with negatively geared properties are suffering immensely. So what do you do?

Show Notes:

00:00 – Intro

01:17 – Trying to forecast the future of property

03:35 – Keeping a cash reserve

05:20 – Having something generating income

06:03 – Tracking the credit environment

07:21 – Offload investments that don’t serve a lot

11:20 – Not the time to be chasing/relying on capital growth

16:09 – Concluding thoughts

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