Property Investing Blog Posts

It Is Never Too Late To Invest In Property

If you’ve grown up and matured with the property boom, you have been part of a lucky generation. You may well already have paid off your mortgage, or you may have the end in sight. It is entirely possible that you have some equity in your house. Ri...
by Pennysaver Blog on Nov 30, 2015

Simple Ways To Make Money Investing In Property

Whatever point in your life you are at, it is always good to start thinking about investment opportunities. High-street banks can, at best, only offer low interest rates with savings accounts. With that in mind, more people are choosing less traditio...
by Pennysaver Blog on Oct 16, 2015

Property Investment – Cashflow or Capital Growth?

Many Australians look to property investment in their wealth creation journey. Whether you are looking at purchasing your first investment property or adding to an established property portfolio, the debate over cashflow or rental yield and capital g...
by Ocean Home Loans on Nov 25, 2014

No punting on interest rates – RBA sits tight.

Historically, Melbourne Cup Day has been remarkably popular for the RBA to move interest rates. However, this year things are slightly different. Rates remain unchanged at 2.5% and are expected to remain the same for some time to come. Whilst economi...
by Ocean Home Loans on Nov 3, 2014

How to find investment property growth areas

With most observers seeing rapid capital growth of investment property across Australia’s capital cities over the past 2 years, many investors may feel the time has passed to secure property that could appreciate in a short space of time. Howev...
by Ocean Home Loans on Oct 23, 2014

Benefits of bulding a new home with a construction loan

Whether it is your first home, upgrade or for investment purposes, taking out a construction loan to build has a feeling unlike anything else in property ownership. Therefore it’s not hard to understand why buying a newly built home or investment p...
by Ocean Home Loans on Oct 12, 2014

The simple mistakes to avoid when starting out in property investment

Becoming successful in property investment doesn’t just happen overnight, it takes a great deal of research, and one of the best ways to avoid those early pitfalls is to learn from the mistakes others have made before. This a great way to kick-...
by Ocean Home Loans on Oct 9, 2014

Well come to all Real estate investor and property investor.

For real estate property sale in Indore, it is one of the most important things to make a better plan for projects on the basis of current scenarios as well as long term perspectives. We also provide eco-friendly homes that are good…Read more...
by Indore property &Real Estate on Mar 11, 2014

Tips For Investing In Property

There are many ways you can invest your money, and each investment comes with its own set of risks and potential rewards.  Stocks, for instance, can be extremely volatile.  While some think that investing in property is very risky, it doesn’t hav...
by Pennysaver Blog on May 1, 2013

DIY Property Investment- A Dangerous Approach to Investment

Property investment is one of the great forms of private investment, and can be one of the most lucrative. It can also be one of the most dangerous. There are plenty of traps and pitfalls. This not a simple investment market and it’s quite possible...
by Bell the Bull on Mar 26, 2012

8 Common Mistakes in Property Investing part 3

After you read 8 mistakes that are common for a novice in starting to invest in property part 1 and 2, the third part I will write here. Here are 8 Common Mistakes in Property Investing. There are no clear goals and a plan written. Not seek expert ad...

8 Common Mistakes in Property Investing part 2

After you read 8 mistakes that are common for a novice in starting to invest in property part 1, the second part I will write here. Here are 8 Common Mistakes in Property Investing. There are no clear goals and a plan written. Not seek expert advice...

8 Common Mistakes in Property Investing part 1

Planning a clear objective and it says on paper is the initial capital for success. Whatever the business or job you are doing.before you actually start, as it may be so enthusiastic, it’s worth reading this one and think well either. I summari...
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