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ps: For those of you who have stumbled on to this post, please do check out Episode 59 where Bryce & Ben discuss about this investment strategy in detail.

 

 

 

 

Episode 042 | Investment Strategy, New Developments and Professional Advice – Chat with Steve Waters

Our next guest on The Property Couch is Steve Waters from Right Property Group! Steve comes from a Buyers Agent background and his company is part of the Property Investment Professionals of Australia (PIPA) association.

With a combined experience of more than 30 years in the property industry, this trio will be chatting about:

  • What triggered Steve to start his investment journey and the biggest mistake he had ever made in his own portfolio
  • The philosophies and strategies in property investment – Capital growth vs cash flow
  • Their thoughts on new developments – the good, the bad and the ugly
  • What do they look for in asset selection
  • Where do they see the most pain in a market correction
  • Why do you need professional advice when investing in property and where to look for them

 

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Case Demonstration: 4% Growth and 6% Yield vs. 6% Growth and 4% Yield

 

As promised in Episode 34, Ben will be demonstrating the impact a difference in strategy make to your portfolio. He’ll be using Empower Wealth’s Wealth Projection Modelling to highlight the difference in cash flow between a 4% Growth and 6% Yield vs. 6% Growth and 4% Yield. Watch the video to learn more.

Episode 033 | Q&A – Investing with Equity, First Home Buyers Tips, Buy-Reconstruct-Sell Strategy and Leasing to Relatives

It’s Q&A time! In this episode, Bryce Holdaway and Ben Kingsley will be addressing some topics on:

  • Finance related question from Kat : Would you please explain more about using equity? E.g. I heard from a broker that one needs to refinance the loan on the existing property (PPOR or investment) – does this mean the old property and the new one to be purchased are tied together? Some suggest using Line of Credit to get equity out. To assess the equity available, does one first need to pay for a valuation report on the existing property?
  • Leverage question from Naomi : I am considering selling my investment property in order to pay off the mortgage on my family home leaving me debt free and with the ability to then use all the money I currently pay on the family home mortgage for investment purposes with tax deductible debt. Is this a good strategy? Is there a better alternative you would recommend?
  • Episode 033 | Q&A - Investing with Equity, First Home Buyers Tips, Buy-Reconstruct-Sell Strategy and Leasing to RelativesInvesting strategy questions from Andy : Investing for demolition and reconstruction vs capital gain. Is it worth buying an older property close to the coast however a little further out from the city to sit on with the view to demolish with a larger land size or to invest in a more expensive smaller property which could be a little closer to the city.
  • Buying a Home question from Tom : I’d love to hear a podcast on your advice to first home buyers – whether that be best ways to save for the deposit, traps to avoid, or some type of plan for young home buyers – for example I’ve just start work as a property valuer in Melbourne for the last 5 months, and my girlfriend of a few years finishes studies later this year and we have the hopes of buying our first home together in 18 months or so.
  • Investing question from Andrew : Guys, just wondering what your thoughts are on buying an investment property that is potentially going to be tenanted by a relative? A relative has their lease ending in a few months, and i see this as an opportunity to buy an investment with a secured tenant (all through the proper rental channels i.e REIQ rental agreement). I think the opportunity definitely outweighs the risks. What’s your thoughts?

 

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What is Rentvesting and Is it for You?

 

In Episode 22 of this podcast, Bryce and Ben answers some of our listeners’ questions. One of the question is on Rentvesting and if it is a good option for property investors.  There are a lot of investors out there who would like to continue renting in an area because they couldn’t afford the properties in that area. But at the same time, that shouldn’t stop their desire to invest their surplus money. How will it work?

 

 

Ben Kingsley - Quote of the Day - The property couch Ben Kingsley – CEO & Founder; Property Investment Analyst and Advisor and current Chair of PIPA

Ben Kingsley is the Founding Director of Empower Wealth and Chair of Property Investment Professionals of Australia (PIPA). A qualified Property Investment Advisor (QPIA), Ben holds a Real Estate Agency License (QLD), a Diploma of Finance and Mortgage Broking Management, a Diploma of Business and has become one of Australia’s leading experts in property investing for wealth creation.

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