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Episode 247 | How to Invest in Property When You’re Busy Raising a Family, Holding Down a Career, Have No Time or are an Investor Already

No time? But still wanting to invest in property? Keen to find out what strategic step you should take next?

Attention! Busy folks and experienced investors…

…. yes, that’s you lot down there at the back who are raising a family, holding down a career, investing in property already AND/OR simply have a lot on the go….

… this is YOUR episode!

 

‘Cos today is PART 2 of our tips and tailored Q&A session for each investor demographic… and today we’re tackling…

  1. Busy folks
  2. Experienced investors

So, if you’re a curious to learn how to invest in property WITHOUT sacrificing your life, lifestyle or livelihood… or you wanna hear how to review your current portfolio, or what to do when you’ve ALREADY got one or two investment properties under your belt…. then you’ve come to the right place!!!

Today we’re answering the common questions folks in either/both of these demographics ask us, so that you’ll be educated, efficient AND effective at building out your property portfolio.

 

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So… THE QUESTIONS — 

For Busy Couple and Families:

  • Q1: How do we afford to invest in property when we’re busy raising a family and still keep money for holidays, schooling, being home and other important lifestyle needs?
  • Q2: How much does it really cost and how long will it take to build a stress-free property portfolio that we can live off?
  • Q3: Is passive income through property a possibility or a pipe dream? Will we really have enough to retire comfortably?
  • Q4: Who can we trust to set us on the right path?
  • Q5: What’s happening with property now? Where are we in the property cycle and what locations should we invest in?
  • Q6: What type of properties should we be looking at if we are in this particular demographic?
  • Q7: What’s the best loan structure and strategy for my situation before I’m in this particular demographic?
  • Q8: When should we buy the next one? After the kids are in high school?
  • Q9: How can we find the best way to get started at this stage of our life?

 

Experienced Property Investors:

  • Q1: Is your current portfolio correctly structured for optimal growth and will new property strategies actually work for you?
  • Q2: How many do I actually need?
  • Q3: How do I review my portfolio?
  • Q4: How can you grow your portfolio quickly without risking all you’ve worked so hard to achieve?
  • Q5: How can you invest in property when you’re nearing retirement and concerned about conserving your current nest egg.
  • Q6: What’s the truth about self-managed super funds? Should you have one? Us it set up for ultimate performance and is your current structure in danger of noncompliance?
  • Q7: How do I diversify my portfolio?

 

Today’s Links…

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Episode 246 | Real Estate 101: Everything from Buying Your First Home to Beginner Investor Tips

Attention! First-time investors, first home buyers and property investors needing a refresher!

This episode is your official “How To Guide” — including everything you need to know about buying property… AND investing in it! We answer your questions, we tell you exactly what you need to know to avoid the mistakes from the get go, what investment makes for a good investment AND how to get onto the property ladder quicker and without the hassle!

This is Episode #1 of TWO EPISODES that cover the types of property investor demographics out there… our beginner folks all the way to our astute listeners who already have a property portfolio to their name. And guess what? Today is ALL about our “first time-ers”… first time investors… first home buyers…. and those who wish they’d had access to this info when they FIRST started!

We’re also throwing in Free Report for EACH of the profile including a transcript, commonly asked questions, links mentioned in each of the section and Additional Bonuses to help you in your journey. So between these two episodes, make sure you pick up the Demographic Booklet that’s designed for you!!

 

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So… Today’s Questions are…

For First Home Buyers:

 

For First Time Investors:

 

Today’s Links…

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Bonusisode – Market Wrap with Nerida Conisbee

Folks, this Bonusisode features Bryce’s Live chat with REA Group’s Chief Economist Nerida Conisbee on today’s Monthly Market Wrap… which they kicked off on Facebook Live!

So, what shape is the market in?

 

The Top Insights in this Bonusisode:

  • Nerida’s guess at tomorrow’s cash rate – will there be another drop?
  • Economic insights
  • Auction Clearance Rates
  • The locations with house price growth
  • Market Wrap around the States – Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart

 

Plus, The Top Performing Properties from the month:

  • The Most Viewed Rental Property
  • The Most Viewed Residential
  • The Most Expensive Property Sold
  • The Most Viewed Property Going To Auction This Weekend

Want to see these properties? Click here to View the Properties (all are in the Comments section)

P.S. Want more from Nerida?

Episode 232 | Are All Tenants the Same?

Have you ever thought about WHO will be living in your investment property?

Chances are, you have! Because folks… an investment property is pretty useless without a tenant/s in it!! After all, you need these guys to help pay off your mortgage!

So. Are they all the same??

What TYPES of tenants are out there and what can you expect from each one?

Well, here’s the deal… we think there are FOUR tiers of tenants.

Let’s meet them, shall we?

Oh and FYI: Ben’s “Did You Know” is off the charts… we don’t think we’ve ever seen him this prepared in our podcast history — so make sure you stick around for that!!!

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Here’s what you’re in for…

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Episode 231 | Q &A: How Will Changes to Negative Gearing Impact Investors?

Have you ever wanted to know how the changes to negative gearing will affect YOU???

Because folks, let’s face it… Labor’s policy to turn the lights out on negative gearing isn’t just going to affect the property market and potentially the ENTIRE Australian economy… the policy IS going to impact property investors, whether we like it or not.

So we want you to be prepared and know what’s coming our way! And that’s why earlier in the week, we asked our Facebook Tribe, “What’s your #1 Question on Negative Gearing?”

And, as you can imagine, today we’re going to be answering as many of these questions (there were LOTS) as humanly possible (well, without having this episode drag on for a day and a half!)

We’ll also be covering WHAT EXACTLY Labor is proposing to change, when these changes are officially kicking in, how it impacts the losses you can claim etc. etc. etc…

(See below for FULL LIST of Questions).

A bit of housekeeping…

*New* ENCORE WEBINAR ANNOUNCED: How to Master The Property Investment Formula That Works in Any Market

When: 2:00PM, Friday 10th May 2019

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.. And PICA is also throwing a webinar TONIGHT at 7:00PM Thursday 9th May including a Market Update from Tim Lawless, Director of Research at CoreLogic as well as a deep dive into Negative Gearing and Labor’s policy. To watch, you need to be a PICA Member (or become a member for $5) — If you want to watch, you can find out more about the PICA webinar HERE.

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  • To Get Ben’s Latest RBA Cash Rate Announcement CLICK HERE
  • We’ve announced the winner for our Denise Book Giveaway! Brook Lyn, if you’re reading this, please get in touch with us on Facebook or info@thepropertycouch.com.au. And for the rest of you who participated, thank you so much as well! We’d love to give you a copy of our newest best-seller, Make Money Simple Again. Just get in touch with us with your name and best postal address and we’ll send it to you!

THE EXACT QUESTIONS WE ANSWER:

Thank you for sending in your question to our post below as well! Let’s jump in now and of course, if we’ve answered your question, please do get in touch with us on Facebook or info@thepropertycouch.com.au and let us know which book would you like (Make Money Simple Again or The Armchair Guide to Property Investing), your name and best postal address!

Question from Scott
If negative gearing is scrapped and grandfathered what will be the effect on a property you withdraw equity from after the rule is put in place? Will the increased debt on the property keep it negatively geared when you have done the release after the potential rule is put in place?


Question from Pat
If you currently have a PPOR, will you be able to draw equity and use as a negatively geared investment loan AFTER Jan 2020 or whenever they propose the change happens?


Question from Nicholas
If you currently have a PPOR that you plan to change to an investment property in the future, is the grandfathering based on when the property is purchased or when it is switched to investment?


Question from Michelle
Looks like my question is along similar lines to above so no doubt this will be covered. We’ve just purchased PPOR but may look to turn into investment in future. Queries around the timelines for both living in now, then renting out, then selling (6 year rule?) and what impact new government legislation may have?

Question from Jake


Question from Jake
Is it the property or the loan that is grandfathered? (Property I assume.) And what, if any, are the considerations when refinancing, assuming the new changes come in?


Question from Anne
If Negative Gearing is scrapped on established properties and only allowed on new constructions, but the construction industry is already slowly to a halt, and capital growth often in the red, how viable is Property Investment as a means of securing your retirement in the next 30 years?


Question from Martin
What is the experience with this type of tax scheme in other countries? Is there evidence of its impact on the real state bubble?


Question from Karen
Why are there policy attacks on LRBA property borrowing? Apparently based on the evils and risk of negative gearing… however, borrowing does not necessarily mean negative gearing, it just means gearing.

Question from Ray


Question from Ray
Many economists predict an increase in rental prices of negative gearing is abolished. Since only the initial part of the loan is negatively geared (as it is later positively geared and therefore taxable), will this have as much of a negative impact on the property market as predicted? Or is it the combination of the abolishment of negative gearing as well as the reduction in capital gains discount that will cause the knock on effect over time and make property investment less attractive?


Question from Simeon
Are there any other countries without negative gearing that we can compare with to predict the direction of Australia’s investment property market?


Question from Anastasia
I’d be interested to know your thoughts at a more macroeconomic level around what affect you think this might have on the property market over the medium term. One thing that comes to mind is potentially an increase in larger blocks being subdivided/developed into multiple townhouses for tax purposes.


Question from Jillian
Is negative gearing based on a whole portfolio or individual properties? One is positive and one is negative — do they cancel each other out in your tax return or are they assessed individually? And will this continue to be the case is Labor get in?


Question from Timothy
What would be your preferred solution to the problem? Negative gearing capped to % of income? Fixed maximum deduction? Or something else?


Question from Leo
When will the next election be after the upcoming election? For us investors to know how long we have to purchase some properties.


Question from Alex
Love the content guys! In your opinion does the removal of negative gearing make implementing The Four Pillars any more difficult, and would you recommend purchasing my first property before or after January 1st (when the grandfather rules will take place)? Would love to hear your thoughts as this is currently my big block to buying!


Question from Dale
It seems to be argued that negative gearing should not apply to the super wealthy who own 5, 6 or more properties. Should it be based on the $$ value on a property or portfolio rather than the number of houses owned?


Question from Liam
Unfortunately, it seems inevitable that it will happen; is there any positives at all we can take from it? Does it change any fundamental principles when it comes to property investment?


Question from Tom
One thing that has not been made clear in all the discussion is what happens to the investment losses if you were to buy an established property after negative gearing was removed? Are the taxable losses you incur simply lost or do you hold onto the losses and they can be used to offset future investment income once the property moves into a positive geared position down the track? I know this is the case for some countries that do not allow negative gearing and then it just makes it a timing issue as you access these benefits in the longer term.

Question from Matt


Question from Matt
With regards to the grandfathering that is proposed, is it the property that is grandfathered or the loan? How do they determine this? What happens if I refinance etc.


Question from Tania
I would like to understand better the reasons why Labor repealed the cancelled negative gearing in the 80s. Surely there are some lessons there that we can look to. So I guess the question is, What were the outcomes last time Labor cancelled negative gearing that caused them to re-introduce it?


Question from Mustafa
Most experienced property investors have stated that negative gearing is not a property investment strategy, but most property investors rely on it. If negative gearing is not a property investment strategy (not saying it is or isn’t), then why is it such a hot topic of discussion ever since Labor had intentions of removing it if won? Just curious.

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