Folks, we’re on the back end of a great — but late — night!!!
And we come with some equally crazy news!!! Because after the success of last night’s Sold Out Live Webinar… we’ve decided to pick the sleep from of our eyes, and do a ONE-TIME only Encore Webinar 😉
So if you weren’t able to get in because the webinar was already filled, then you can get a second chance to come along! OR… if you came along when we were having “a moment” with the internet (yep, it’s the beauty of being Live folks!)… We’re going to do everything in our power to make sure everything’s clear, audible and freeze-free!
How to Build a Property Portfolio & Retire on 2K Per Week without renovating, re-develop and sacrifice your weekends!
TOMORROW Friday 12th October @ 12PM AEDT (yes, that’s lunch time here in Melbourne)!
TODAY we’ve got a few more surprises…
We’re answering questions that came last night about how to build a property portfolio and retire on $2,000 per month, which we think our tribe of listeners can benefit from!
PLUS, it’s also that time of the month where we get The Capital Growth King, Jeremy Sheppard — Property Analyst, Research Director and the other third of the LocationScore Lads — to tell us what’s been happening in the property market.
The best bit? Jeremy’s bringing with him some very special insights into what the data was saying 3 years ago… compared to what the market’s doing now. You might be shocked!
Want to see how the Top 50 Significant Urban Areas are performing?
Folks, this is normally available for LocationScore Members only, but for our tribe of TPC Listeners, we’re giving you this month’s report totally free! 🙂
Oh, and if you’re wondering where to access our money management platform — Get the Money SMARTS Platform HERE
Alright, TODAY’S Dot Points…
- How are the Top 50 Significant Urban Areas performing in Australia?
- What’s the average LocationScore? Is this good?
- What are we seeing with the latest data?
- Is the change in median a good story or a bad one?
- Why does it depend on how you interpret the data?
- What was the data saying about Brisbane 3 years ago? And now?
- Should you rely on a consistent market?
- How is Ballarat (Victoria) performing?
- Are there suburbs that are showing great potential now?
- Why is it not always a good idea to get a credit card?
- Should you sell your property after 10 years?
- What fees are involved in selling?
- What did Bryce’s mentor teach him that changed his investment strategy?
- Should you buy an investment property BEFORE your own home?
And TODAY’S Questions…
Question from Saab:
Hi Ben and Bryce, thank you so much for all the info you provide! Just a question on the Money SMARTS system. You talk about utilising the 55 day interest free period on credit cards for the recurring payments for bills etc. Do you think it would be more beneficial to utilise the promotional offers of some cards such as 12 months interest free on purchases? So rather than sweeping the balance of the credit card at the end of every statement period (monthly) you could potentially sweep every 6 months for instance, allowing your money in the offset account to remain there for longer. Thank you in advance for your thoughts!
Money Hack: If you’d like something to help you implement and track your money, get free access to our new Money SMARTS platform!
Question from Erin:
Hi guys, I currently have a brand new property which is my first investment.
I have heard from people that it’s best to only hold a property for 10 years due to the maintenance fees that start occurring after that length of time. Do you agree that after this time period it’s beneficial to sell and move on? Or keep it and pay for whatever upgrades are necessary?
Question from Mike:
Guys, do you think you should own investment properties before you own your family home?
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