Monthly Archives: August 2010

Investment News – could your interest rate go to 14% within 2 years?

14% in two years?It’s highly unlikely, despite the attention grabbing headline, that your interest rate will be 14% in 2 years. I’ll explain exactly why this isn’t going to happen but more importantly why you need to consider and provide for your future property investment cash flow. Why new build property will continue to flourish – […]

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Investment news: careful you aren’t talking yourself into a double-dip

Investment News – If you hear somthing enough . . .It’s official, house prices are dropping and as usual the media is having a field day. It’s rubbish and we’ll need to be careful that we don’t let this investment news talk us into a double dip. Demand is still subdued because banks are not lending […]

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How 70 years can help your property investment beat the recession

Recession beating One of the first principles I was taught in property investment was: the longer the time horizon, the more predictable the investment. I have a property mentor in Australia, Barry. He’s your normal type of Aussie guy, walks round in stubbies and thongs (that’s Australian for work shorts and flip-flops). Barry is worth […]

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