Louise and her husband owe a whopping $2.3 million on their four properties, and now they want to start a family.
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Matt has worked hard to save $200,000 and doesn’t want to lose it by investing in the wrong property. That’s where Paul Clitheroe comes in.
Dee has put aside money for her grandkids but says they are too young to be handed thousands of dollars. Paul Clitheroe advises where to invest in the meantime.
Nikki and her husband want to buy an investment property but haven’t saved up a deposit. They ask Paul Clitheroe if selling their shares is the right move.
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Kevin and his wife have about $450,000 in term deposits and they’re looking for a better investment plan. That’s where Paul Clitheroe comes in.
Paul owes $21,000 in personal loans. He plans to travel overseas then declare bankruptcy on his return. So what does Paul Clitheroe think of this plan?
Keith has saved money to invest in property. He asks Paul Clitheroe about buying two low-end places versus saving to buy a more valuable property.
Kim and her husband have separated but still maintain joint finances. This is not sustainable, says Paul Clitheroe.
We are about to relocate to Melbourne from Perth for five years. What should we do with our family home?