The Future of Property Investing in Australia
By Sam Saggers
How can you successfully invest in property when, broadly speaking, supply now outweighs demand in Australia?
In ‘The Future of Property Investing in Australia’, property expert Sam Saggers explores the rapidly changing Australian property market and explains how property investors can capitalise on emerging trends.
Whether you are buying real estate for the first time or the fortieth time, and whether you are just starting out in life or nearing retirement, this book will change the way you look at real estate. With a sensible and easy-to-follow approach, Sam Saggers gives you a proven path for your property investment journey. This is your ultimate guide to cracking the code for what type of property makes a great investment and what properties you should avoid.
Review Copy – Shay Whitton
As Sam demonstrates, buying for maximum profits is a core approach to investment success, whether local or interstate, whether a pre-construction property or established, whether old or new.
Learn how to choose properties that:
- Increase Your Cash Flow so you have more money in your pocket to spend each week not less
- Create Equity Fast so you can reach financial freedom sooner with less waiting for the markets to move
- Save Thousands in Tax without going backwards in cash flow and limiting your future borrowing capacity
- Help You Get Out of Debt Fast but without lowering your lifestyle and asking you to live on even less each week
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