Your Guide to Investing in Property

If you’re tossing up where to invest your money: property, stocks, bonds or have already made up your mind to invest in property, you may be interested in reading our latest publication Your Guide to Investing in Property.

Your Guide to Investing in Property booklet discusses the benefits of investing money in property along with the potential drawbacks so you’re fully aware of both pros and cons. Advantages of property investment include:

  • no special skills required
  • asset growth over time
  • rent money will assist with paying the mortgage
  • possible tax benefits.

We also take a look at if there’s a right time to buy, what the property cycle is and how it typically works, factors to consider when deciding where to buy and what costs will be involved.

Of course, once you’ve purchased your investment property you’ll need to know your responsibilities as a landlord and decide if you’ll manage the property yourself or retain a Property Manager.

Want to know more about investing in property? Download our free booklet Your Guide to Investing in Property.

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