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How To Pick The Right Investment Property: “Know Thy Quadrant…”

So, what makes for the RIGHT investment property… and how do you pick it?

Well, let’s be honest… most of us can’t tick all the boxes on our property wish-list. We’d like to, sure, but often this isn’t an accurate depiction of reality. We can’t all afford the best house in the best street in a blue-chip, capital-growth-centric location every time we invest in property! So, chances are you’ve had, or will have, a conversation about what you might have to compromise in the buying process.

… And this is where our “Buyer’s Decision Quadrant” comes in!

This is a framework that can help you with the asset selection process and help you make an informed decision so you are NOT compromising where it matters most. Because there is something that is absolutely non-negotiable.

So in today’s episode, we’re going to take a deep dive on the four areas — the “Quadrants”  — of our Buyer’s Decision Quadrant so you can sleep well knowing you’ve picked the right investment property with the money you have and the ambitions you seek!

Listen now to learn how to pick the right investment property by using our Buyer’s Decision Quadrant to weigh up the “wins” and “loses” of what you compromise on!

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…

  • What is “The Buyers Decision Quadrant” and how can you use it to purchase your next investment property?
  • What is The One Thing you should NEVER compromise on?
  • Should you buy “Smaller, Closer In” OR “Bigger, Further Out?”
  • What can you compromise on if you have a smaller budget?
  • How to recognise which investment property will work for your own circumstances…
  • Is a property that “ticks all boxes” – AKA the perfect property – really a myth?
  • Is “Uglier” always better?
  • Land size considerations…
  • What should you quickly overlook?

 

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…

 

 

The #1 Reason Why These Properties Soar In Value… While Others DON’T!

Not all properties are created equal. And there is a specific reason for this – what we like to call “The Psychology Behind The Price”. And this has EVERYTHING to do with human interest and human behaviour – something that can indeed be measured and, almost always, stays exactly the same… no matter who you are or where you live.

Here’s the deal… there are two “types” of properties – Investment Grade and Investment Stock. And most investors are often tricked into thinking – or falsely assume – that what they think is a good investment is going to turn out to be, well, a good investment. And this is NOT the case. In fact, it’s often the complete opposite.

This may come as a surprise to you… but the greatest investments – what we call “investment grade” properties – actually target the owner-occupier (that is, the home owner)… NOT the investor!

And in today’s episode we’re going to tell you exactly why this is and give you the science behind what makes for an Investment Grade property and how to recognise one using the golden rule that underpins the value of propertySupply and Demand!

Listen now to learn how to get a return on your investment property and keep it… simply by identifying high demand in the property market.

 

Remember…

Investment Grade = Great.

Investment Stock = No good.

 

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…

  • What types of properties almost always outperform others?
  • What do we mean by “Supply and Demand” and how can property investors use this to get a return on investment?
  • Investment Grade vs Investment Stock
  • What is “Owner-Occupier Appeal”?
  • How To Identify REAL High Demand in The Property Market!
  • Critical Supply Considerations and How to Identify “Scarcity” in the market
  • The Three Biggies: Human Behaviour, Human Interest and Economic Activity
  • What Property Indicators should property investors assess?
  • Why does the Demographic of a property market have such an impact on property prices?
  • What areas will grow most in value?
  • What is gentrification?
  • Tips for Investing in Apartments

 

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…

 

 

 

 

Episode 010 | Tax Depreciation (Case Study)

Here are the Case Studies mentioned in Episode 010 | Tax Depreciation of The Property Couch:

Tax Depreciation Case Study 1:

A $600,000 – $700,000 period home with a rental income of $22,880 per annum

An investor owns a period home purchased for between $600,000 and $700,000 with a rental income of $440 per week.
Expenses for their property such as interest, rates and management fees totaled to $40,950. A depreciation schedule from specialist Quantity Surveyors BMT Tax Depreciation found the investor would be entitled to claim $9,880 in depreciation in the first financial year. By claiming depreciation deductions, BMT was able to help the investor to turn their negative cash flow into a more positive one, reducing the costs involved in holding the property by $3,655.
The following scenario shows the investors cash flow with and without the depreciation claim:

Tax depreciation case study 1 - The Property Couch
This investor used property depreciation to reduce the costs of holding their property. Without depreciation, they were paying out $219 per week. By taking advantage of tax legislation and making a depreciation claim, the weekly cost of holding the property is reduced to $149.

 

 

Tax Depreciation Case Study 2:

A $400,000 – $500,000 older villa with a rental income of $21,060 per annum

An investor owns an older villa purchased for between $400,000 and $500,000 with a rental income of $405 per week.
Expenses for their property such as interest, rates and management fees totalled to $29,610. A depreciation schedule from specialist Quantity Surveyors BMT Tax Depreciation found the investor would be entitled to claim $7,930 in depreciation in the first financial year. By claiming depreciation deductions, BMT was able to help the investor turn their negative cash flow into a more positive one, reducing the costs involved in holding the property by $2,935.
The following scenario shows the investors cash flow with and without the depreciation claim:

Tax depreciation case study 2 - The Property Couch

This investor used property depreciation to reduce the costs of holding their property. Without depreciation, they were paying out $104 per week. By taking advantage of tax legislation and making a depreciation claim, the weekly cost of holding the property is reduced to $47.

 

Case studies provided by BMT Tax Depreciation.
Bradley Beer (B. Con. Mgt, AAIQS, MRICS) is the Chief Executive Officer of BMT Tax Depreciation.

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