Should you buy for cash flow or capital growth?

Let’s have a closer look at what each of these strategies involves:   Buying purely for cash flow This strategy is based on purchasing properties that have very high yields. The rent or income received from these properties not only …more

As an investor, should I purchase a House or an Apartment?

‘Should I buy a house or an apartment?” Is a question we are asked frequently by investors and potential investors.  Adding confusion to the hunt for answers and clarification is the endless commentary suggesting that there is only one way …more

Baby Boomer Basics

The ”Baby Boomers” are the generation of our population born between 1946 and 1964 and they have been hot topic in the real estate industry for the last few years because between 2011 and 2030 they will turn 65 and …more

Property Types to Avoid

There are so many different types of properties that selecting one can be very confusing, and mixed messages from arm chair experts can make it all the more difficult. There are however some specific property types I suggest you avoid …more

What is a Buyer’s Agent?

A Buyers levitra 20mg review Agent is a licensed professional who specialises in searching, evaluating and negotiating the purchase of property on a buyer’s behalf. A standard Buyer Agent will source a property for you based on your specific request …more

Client Case Study June 2016

There is a common misconception amongst Aussies that property investment is just for “the rich”. Just recently, 1700 landlords were surveyed in Australia in LJ Hooker’s 2015 Investor/Tenant Survey. 37% of those surveyed had an annual household income of under …more

Buying property through a Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF)

Self-managed Super Funds (SMSF’s) have become the single largest asset class in Australia. 2013 statistics show that the number of self-managed super funds registered each week in Australia is now over 1,000 – that’s around 52,000 new  SMSF’s being set …more

A First Home Buyer’s Guide to the Melbourne Market

Our Director Renee Kiley was recently asked to share her advice for First Home Buyers in Melbourne. Here is the article written for MyDomaine:   Much like Sydney, the Melbourne property market has skyrocketed in recent years, making it difficult for first-time buyers …more

Should I Buy To Live In? Or Buy To Invest?

An increasing number of Aussies are buying an investment property as their first ever property and it is expected that this trend will continue. Some recent stats released by Mortgage Choice revealed that 22% of first home buyers purchased an …more

Client Case Study February 2016

With property growth tipped to slow in the coming years, the importance of buying well and ensuring nothing is missed in your research and due diligence is more important now than ever. Dr Andrew Wilson, the chief economist of Domain …more

Investing in Regional areas – Does it stack up?

If someone gave me a dollar for every time I’ve been asked this question over the last 10 years or so I wouldn’t be writing this blog , I’d be retired and sipping on Pina Coladas on a beach somewhere! …more

Renee in the Media: My Domaine

Our Director Renee was recently asked to share her advice for a successful 2016 as part of a panel of 5 financial experts on the My Domaine website. Renee’s advice is as follows: CONSIDER INVESTMENTS “If you have been contemplating …more