Get the right property for your investment.
Get the right property for your investment.
We source investment property across Australia for our Education Program Clients.
Lead by CEO Sam Saggers since 2001, our in-house property acquisitions team has been consistently securing the best properties to match our Clients’ property investment strategy.
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The majority of these properties are provided exclusively to our Clients and are not made available to the wider public through mainstream real estate channels.
Our acquisitions team ensure that strict due diligence is conducted on every property. This includes market research, building and pest inspections, legal and town planning enquires.
Years of experience has taught us what to look for and which properties to avoid.
On average for every 20 properties we review only one will meet all of our requirements.
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES
This is why we have an in-house legal contracts team to guide you through your property purchase and settlement.
Support doesn’t end at settlement, Positive Real Estate owns a franchise in Richardson & Wrench (R&W), Australia’s oldest real estate company.
This enables us to extend our support services from investment real estate into mainstream real estate services.
Now you can have access to property management, re-sale services, and market appraisals/updates as your portfolio grows.
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Saving for a house deposit to get onto the property investment ladder is tough. Especially with the cost of living drastically going up. After bills, rent/mortgage, groceries, petrol, insurance… there isn’t a whole lot left for saving. But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible! By adopting these 10 ways to save for a house deposit you’ll be ten steps closer to building out your portfolio and creating future wealth.
With a commitment to learn property investment and all its ins and outs you’ll be able to grow a booming property portfolio, enjoy passive income streams and eventually create financial security for retirement. Here’s a list of how you can get started…
Some may stumble across a business opportunity, or perhaps investing in shares, but our go-to vehicle is real estate. Real estate is a long game that has the potential to provide generational legacy wealth, if done correctly. To set yourself apart from the 99% of investors who fail, you need to ask these 5 questions before investing in a house.
Protecting your real estate assets is perhaps more important than building them. Obviously we always hope for the best, but there are many things that can go wrong and when they do, you and your assets are at risk. Incorporating prevention measures into your investment strategy could be the difference between you continuing to build out your wealth or losing everything you own.
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Ever thought you’d picked an absolute winner of a property only for the bank to come back with a list of valuation risk factors? It’s more common than you think, particularly in a rising market where values fluctuate so much that our ideas of what a property is worth actually start to disconnect from what a valuer sees.