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How to Create $2,000 A Week – Six Real Life Case Studies from Six Very Different Investors

Want to hear how six very different people — that’s different ages, different incomes, different incomes and different demographics — ALL managed to build a multimillion-dollar property portfolio that creates $2,000 a week in passive income?

Yep. They each hit that magical figure of $2K per week in passive income!

So… how’d they do it?!

Psst.. for a FULL breakdown into all the numbers and property portfolio builds for each case study, please pick up your  FREE physical copy of The Armchair Guide to Property Investing here: http://www.thearmchairguide.com.au/

 

Here’s a bit of what we cover in today’s episode…

  • Six Real Life Case Studies!
  • How much do kids really cost?
  • What is Consequential Finance?
  • What are the Four Levers to Financial Peace?
  • What’s the biggest challenge for Millennials?
  • What’s the interest rate we use to model out our property portfolio builds?
  • The Money and Wealth Accumulation Model
  • The Variables and Assumptions we use 

 

Free Resources

  • Free Book – The Armchair Guide To Property Investing: How to Retire on $2,000 A Week (please just pay for postage – we’ll pay for the book and send it anywhere in Australia for you.)
  • The Property Couch PodcastThe Insider’s Guide to Property Finance and Money Management (This is Australia’s #1 Property Podcast with over 307+ episodes that features HEAPS of simple and actionable frameworks, countless interviews with the best minds in the Australian property and finance industry and a ridiculous number of free resources to help you at any stage of the property investment journey)

 

Episodes from The Property Couch to Further Support You…

 

 

18 Investment Strategies: Which One Are You Implementing?

We’ve NEVER spoken about these investment strategies publicly before… but right now going through ALL 18 of our tried and tested investment strategies!

And in case you’re wondering… YES!… we use these investment strategies every single day when work with our clients! Basically, each of them can be a powerful standalone strategy, but they can also be interlinked and intertwined depending on which pathway you choose.

Here’s the deal…

Our 18 strategies each fit into one of these four categories:

  • Area Strategy for Capital Growth
  • Property Selection Strategies for Capital Growth
  • Are Strategies for Yield/Income
  • Property Strategies for Yield/Income

So, in this episode we’re diving deep on each investment strategy, including…

  • Investors it’s suited to
  • Difficulty Level
  • Risk and time allocation level
  • Price point
  • Tax implications and when to buy

 

And here’s a sneak peak into The 18 Investment Strategies…

  1. The __ Performer
  2. __ Earth
  3. Million Dollar __
  4. __ Places, __ Faces
  5. The __ Fling
  6. The __ Rider
  7. Scarce __
  8. Ugly __
  9. The Shoulder __
  10. __ Mission
  11. __ And __
  12. __ Matters
  13. The __ Backer
  14. No __
  15. The __
  16. The Non-__
  17. The __ Up
  18. The __ And __

 

Listen now to get all 18 investment strategies and discover the best one for YOU! 

Pssst… Don’t forget, get further insights and “play along at home” by picking up a FREE physical copy of our book here: http://www.thearmchairguide.com.au/

 

Here’s a bit of what we cover in today’s episode…

  • 18 Proven Investment Strategies to Build a Multimillion Dollar Property Portfolio
  • What and Where to Buy…
  • What should you look to purchase if you have a tight budget?
  • What property is best if you don’t have a lot of time on your hands?
  • How to tell which investment strategy is right for you
  • What are the tax implications of each strategy?
  • What strategies can you adopt if you can’t afford to buy in blue-chip areas?
  • What’s the critical difference between “city” and “city fringe” locations?
  • What if you want a more hands-on approach?
  • Where will you get the highest rents?
  • The pros and cons of subdivisions
  • Is a Granny Flat a good investment strategy?
  • What strategies will get you the highest capital growth?

 

Free Resources

  • Free Book – The Armchair Guide To Property Investing: How to Retire on $2,000 A Week (please just pay for postage – we’ll pay for the book and send it anywhere in Australia for you.)
  • The Property Couch PodcastThe Insider’s Guide to Property Finance and Money Management (This is Australia’s #1 Property Podcast with over 307+ episodes that features HEAPS of simple and actionable frameworks, countless interviews with the best minds in the Australian property and finance industry and a ridiculous number of free resources to help you at any stage of the property investment journey)

 

Episodes from The Property Couch to Further Support You…

 

 

 

Welcome To Your Lifestyle Design: Your Passive Income Starts Here!

Have you ever thought about how you can create a passive income through property investing?

Further to that… have you ever thought about the lifestyle you could design for yourself if you had $2,000 per week coming in… WITHOUT having to go to work for it?!

If that was the case, you could literally spend your time doing whatever it is you want – maybe it’s travel, maybe it’s philanthropy, maybe it’s each and everything in between!

Well, welcome to The Armchair Guide to Property Investing podcast…!

This show is for aspiring and existing property investors who want to learn how to build a multimillion-dollar property portfolio that creates $2,000 a week in passive income! Learn from Bryce Holdaway and Ben Kingsley, two of Australia’s leading property investment experts, the co-authors of the #1 bestselling book, The Armchair Guide to Property Investing and co-hosts of Australia’s #1 Property Podcast, The Property Couch – The Insider’s Guide to Property Finance and Money Management.

This show’s come together in a rather unique way (which Bryce is quickly going to tell you about now)… and, yep, it features the content, the “behind the scenes” summary and all of the best bits of our bestselling book – The Armchair Guide to Property investing: How to Retire on $2,000 a week. And, no, we don’t read it out word for word as that’s not as fun! 😉

If you want a FREE Physical Copy of The Armchair Guide, head to www.thearmchairguide.com.au for more details!

Enjoy the show… and, more importantly, enjoy your Lifestyle By Design!!

 

 

 

Episode 199 | Q & A – Future Proofing your Portfolio in a Changing Market

Folks, with State Election around the corner and the Federal Election less than a year away, it’s time to future-proof your portfolio.

The market has changed and will continue to change. We’ve also got some challenges in the Macro landscape as well — lending regulations, potential changes to negative gearing and interest rate rises, just to name a few.

So you might be asking yourself, “How is it still possible to build a property portfolio and earn $2K per week in passive income with all of this other stuff happening?”

And you’ve got a good point. There IS a reason to be concerned, but this does NOT mean you have to abandon ship altogether. Far from it.

So in today’s episode — before our Surprise Superstar Guest joins us next week for our 200TH EPISODE!! — we’re going to answer some of your questions about how to do exactly this.

 

This is just a few of the things we’re discussing:

 

Before we get to the questions, Ben is coming to all of you who are based in Perth! As the Chair of PICA of course. Details below:

When: 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm AWST, Tuesday, 4 December 2018
Where: Queens Building, Lecture Room, Level 1, 97 William Street, Perth, WA
Cost: FREE!

Link to secure your ticket: Reserve your Seat here

 

And if you’re after the video that Bryce mentions in today’s show to Know Your Number… Watch it below or click here to watch it now.


 

Finally, the questions we’re answering today…

Question from Mirella:

When talking about earning $2,000 per week in passive income is this measured before or after outgoings; eg. rates, land tax, etc.?

 

Question from James:

Trying to build a portfolio whilst the future of interest rates and a change in government and a change to negative gearing could potentially impact the market. How should one approach 2019?

 

Question about market sentiment/right time to buy from Kirthika:

Thanks for this session guys! Quick Q… there’s a lot of media activity discussing the impending drop in property prices over the next few years. As a result, my husband and I are worried about investing now? in the event we could buy for cheaper in a year! What are your thoughts?

 

Question about increasing cash flow and paying off debt from Nipper:

I feel confident with how to select investment grade properties. But I’m not so sure on how to hold them then get to the cashflow stage. Do you propose changing loans to P&I or selling down some properties to then pay off the debt of others, or something else?

 

Question about having no equity from Dan:

You mention using equity. If you don’t yet have access to equity… do you have any tips to get started?

 

Question about realising equity for cash flow purposes from Kosta

Do you ever recommend using some equity release to pay the monthly repayments to improve cash-flow?

 

 

 

Episode 196 | Q & A – Negative Gearing Changes – Should I Still Invest in Property?

“Labor risks $12bn housing hit over ending negative gearing” — if you’re like us folks… this headline has us all concerned!!

And the concern didn’t stop at the headline.

As we read on, the full news article, published by The Australian on the weekend, highlighted that the $32 billion plan to end negative gearing would — quote — lead to a fall in new housing construction of up to 42,000 dwellings over five years and 32,000 fewer jobs across the country, according to independent modelling — end quote.

Yep… that’s a drop in a whole lot of new housing construction (ie. supply) AND just a-bit-more-than-a-few losses (up to 32,000) in jobs!!

Folks… this is crazy stuff.

And those stats aren’t the only ones coming out of recent independent research digging into the numbers of what’s likely to happen if negative gearing’s ditched.

So, today we’re looking at a few of the worst-case scenarios from two different reports (the links to both of these are further down in the show notes) and unpacking — with both a short term and long term view — how this change to negative gearing might affect the property market and those investing in it.

But negative gearing changes — and the possible consequences on housing prices and for first home buyers — isn’t the only question we’re answering today! We’ve got plenty of gold on how to time your exist strategy, retiring debt and the right asset to invest in!

 

Oh, and if you’d like the Geospatial Heat Notes — the heat map that shows the Compounding Annual Growth in Median Value for Houses from 1974 till the end of 2017 that is sourced from the Valuer General data —  you can get them here.

 

Back to today’s Q’s…

Question about Negative Gearing Changes from Shadi:
Hey Bryce and Ben. Thank you for all the information and for all the podcasts you provide. Apologies in advance if this question has been answered in previous episodes. I’ve been binging myself since episode 1 a few months ago, and am not quite up to date yet. I just have a question specifically about the abolishment of negative gearing and the impact it will have on first time investors. I’ve been looking to invest since listening to your podcast, and am interested to hear how this will affect my first purchase — whether or not it will just be a short term problem that effects cash flow or if it will have a long term effect, especially when entering the market.

 

Question about Your Exit Strategy from Anne-Marie:
Hi guys, this is Anne-Marie in Victoria. I’m 56 and my husband is 51. I started listening to you many years ago after we had our 7 properties. Our last property was 3 years ago. There all on fixed term interest only, which makes no offset available to them. And we’ve paid off our home, which is worth 1.1 million (1 of the 7 properties). It takes us $13,000 a year to hold all the properties, we just put our tax in, which is amazing. So property has done really well for us, and the mortgage we have on all of them is about 2.5 million, with domain value being low sitting at $3.9 mill, and high $5.2 with middle there all about 4.6 million. I want to start going into doing less hours at work — I’d like to retire on a passive income in maybe 4 years’ time. How do you transition to get the passive income we’ll need for retirement without too much of a tax liability? I paid about $10K in tax this year and I really don’t want to be paying a lot of tax while I’m getting to this point. Can you give me any pointers? And I can’t have an offset account as I said. I’d like some advice on this.

 

Question about the Right Asset for a First Home Buyer from Carrie:
I have a question about the best type of asset you should invest in. I’m looking to buy my first property, which I’ll live in initially. I have a budget of $750K. I’ve been looking at 70s and 80s free standing villa units in small blocks of 12 – 6 in Melbourne’s east. This puts me in middle ring suburbs around 20km from the city, with a land size of 350sqm. It’s a good balance between decent landmass without being out in the sticks. Alternatively, I could by a 2bdrm apt in an older, low density block — the type with only 2 or 3 stories closer to the CBD. Are either of these good investments? And which of the two is better? Or is there anything else I should look into. Love your work guys, keep bringing out those podcasts! Thank you

 

 

The Articles Ben mentions:

The Australian Article — Labor risks $12bn housing hit over ending negative gearing

Housing Industry Association (HIA) — Media Release

 

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