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Positive Cash-flow vs Capital Growth, which is best?

Most property investors starting out on their journey will ask themselves, “What is my goal, positive cash-flow or capital growth?”. It’s an important consideration now more than ever, as COVID-19 has so many people spooked, and because we all have unique circumstances, there is no universal right or wrong answer to this question. Positive cash-flow is favoured by many property investors for a multitude of reasons: A positive cash-flow property allows you to, ‘get into the game’ and afford the property on a day-to-day basis. In an increasingly difficult lending environment, higher yielding properties can really help get finance over …

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10 Property Money Rules To Live By

If you’re finding it tough to manage your money, here are 10 easy money rules that might help you get back on the straight and narrow.   and actually the most obvious, NEGOTIATE A GOOD PURCHASE PRICE. Always be prepared to negotiate on the price of the property. We recommend a subtle approach, because selling agents are human beings after all, and have sold price evidence to support your argument to hand if you need it. Don’t ever rush into the process. If you’re nor confident about your negotiating skills, consider employing a buyer’s agent. If you’re bidding at auction, …

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Positive Cashflow isn’t the only upside of SMSF Property Investment

An important consideration when assessing the viability of an investment property is not only the capital growth potential, but the possibility of finding a positive cashflow. This could determine whether you can afford to hold the property (or not) on a day to day basis. As a starting point it’s important to get an understanding of the gross rental yields available in any given market that you are considering. In the example below, the chart indicates rental yields for investment houses in Sydney.  The low gross rental yields of around 3% are an indication of how difficult it would be …

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