Archive for April, 2017

Looking to invest? What can you afford?

It seems that as credit is becoming more widely used and social pressure is increasing, the definition of “afford” is shifting at an exponential and potentially dangerous rate. Using households as an example, Corelogic states that from September 2016, the percentage of family income required for a 20% deposit is 125.3%. This statistic alone would cause you to scratch your head, but the chances are that you or … Read more »

The power of compounding property

Starting early is an adage that is used for many different subjects and topics, and perhaps none are more suitable for the statement then compound growth.

No matter what stage of life you’re at, consider yourself early to start compounding property in comparison to if you start a decade from now. After reading this article, hopefully, you quit procrastination and get going to secure your financial future.

Just what is … Read more »

Retiring with investment property

What to consider when purchasing a house and land package

House and land packages tend to stir up emotions in buyers because of the colorful advertising that is usually posted up on the side of roads for the world to see.

Unfortunately, these feelings can cloud our judgment; the following are crucial considerations that you must make before purchasing a house and land package.


Ensure that before any major decision, you do your research and find out how … Read more »

First home buyer? Here’s what you need to know

The thought of buying your first house can be a daunting one, especially with all the complications involved. Despite this, some factors play a much more important role as opposed to others, and if you were to only focus on a few things, these would be it.

Rent or own?

Perhaps the first thing that comes to mind when purchasing your home is whether to rent or own.

For … Read more »