Investment Property and Negative Gearing

Investment Property and Negative Gearing

Investing in Australian residential property

Did you know that different types of property usually have different returns and that not all type of property suit all types of investors?

The Australian love affair with property investment fuels a significant amount of today's investing and adds to the supply of rental accommodation for Australia's growing population. Regardless of your politics, we believe that investing in property should, like all good investments be by the numbers and equally deserving of careful planning and understanding.


We've has been researching, assessing and supplying quality investment properties to our client's for over 18 years. Our big picture expertise means that we can help you choose a type of propertyunderstand it's strengths and weaknesses and benefit from a location that works with your future plans and not a current fad driven only by emotion.

How do you know if available investment properties are actually good investments? Where do you find appropriate professional advice in this complex area?

Investing by the numbers not the emotion

Alarmingly, the answer is only a small proportion of investment properties are investor grade. Many properties are of poor quality and poorly located, built without any proper consideration of rental demographics, future government planning changes and the drivers of capital growth and 'rent-ability'. (Perhaps this is why some developers seek to offload them through unlicensed, unqualified and uncaring sales people to the unsuspecting public).

But with a little more reading and some insights about how to better understand the fundamentals of investment property, a significant opportunity should not be ignored. Below you'll find some useful articles to help start your thinking.

Contact us today here if you're ready to start your journey investing in direct property.

Why not all types of investment property suit all types of investors

Understanding the different types of property could save you from a disaster

There's no magic formula to investing in direct property because all investment involves different degrees of risk

And the higher the gearing the greater the risk

What is an investment property really worth - and why it's often hard to find out

How do you measure the real value of an investment property?

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