Sam Saggers - March 29, 2013, 10:00 AM
Do you need an investment property paramedic to rescue you from your analysis paralysis?
Seriously though - if you find yourself in the same financial situation year after year, no closer to buying an investment property than when you first began your search, you’re likely stuck in an attitude of indecision often described as ‘analysis paralysis’.
Take a look at the 3 symptoms listed below of this dreaded “disease” and discover how you can cure it - moving forward in your wealth creation ... Continue Reading »
Sam Saggers - March 27, 2013, 1:00 PM
If you’ve read this blog for any length of time, or perhaps attended one of our Property Investor Night events, you’ll no doubt recall the hundreds, perhaps thousands of times we’ve admonished individuals to keep emotions out of a property investing deal. It just makes sense, and on a purely psychological basis, you’ve probably found yourself nodding your head in agreement.
Knowing WHAT TO DO and ACTUALLY DOING IT can seem as far apart as the East is from the West.
Perhaps ... Continue Reading »
Jason Whitton - March 21, 2013, 10:00 AM
Our very own Sam Saggers, CEO of Positive Real Estate, recently shared a tip with Smart Property Investment Magazine readers about how to spot when a market has peaked.
Take a look!
“Yield variation is a huge factor in the success of many areas,” said Sam. “If yields are high, growth usually follows. Look for areas that are 1 to 2 percent above their last five-year-yield average and it’s a sure sign growth is on the way. Yield variation is an instrument to gauge future growth of markets ... Continue Reading »
Sam Saggers - March 21, 2013, 10:00 AM
As property investors, one key goal is to grow your wealth and clever property investors use their everyday income strategically and make it work extra hard for them; making each and every dollar work harder and faster through investing in property, in the hope of achieving a better lifestyle for themselves and their families.
That said, they know it isn’t prudent to take on 100% of the risk when buying an investment property, therefore they leverage and purchase property using someone else’s ... Continue Reading »