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WHAT WE DO
We provide integrated property investment services.
Because investing is easier when all of your experts are on the same team.
WHO WE ARE
Positive Real Estate is a wealth creation and professional services company offering guidance and strategies to enable our clients to build their wealth through property.
For the past fifteen years we have coached over six thousand Clients in two countries.
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Historically real estate has always been a good place to put your cash. It’s an asset you can feel and touch – unlike stocks or shares – which makes investors feel safe. And, in the right place and time, property can grow in value while you sleep, meaning as an investor you don’t have to do much to increase your personal wealth. But as investors, how can we better predict the next hot spots for real estate investment so we can get in at the right price? How do we know the best places to buy that are guaranteed to grow in capital value, return regular rent increases and ensure future personal wealth?
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 99 per cent of property investors in Australia fail. In this instance, the definition of failure is failing to buy three or more properties. Failure is easy. It takes very little effort to be bad at something. Success is something you have to work for, something that takes time and effort. But if you’re willing to put in the hard yards, we know you can succeed. We know because we’ve helped thousands of Australians buy property that’s yielded millions of dollars of income. To understand how to succeed, we need to know why so many fail. People fail because …
Part of being a successful property investor is being able to stay across a lot of moving parts. From analysing the value of different areas or types of property, to understanding inflation and different kinds of loan structures. It’s information overload and at times can feel overwhelming.
Information overload can lead to something we call “analysis paralysis” meaning, with so many decisions to make, you can’t make any.