Most people don’t plan for retirement until it’s too late. But if you start early, investing in property can make all the difference.
With so much talk about property crashes, oversupply, affordability and rising household debt, what is really going on in the residential sector?
Paul has $300,000 in savings but his job has made him wary of debt. He asks Paul Clitheroe if it’s time to buy a home.
After 40-plus years of work, you’ve finally reached retirement and regained your freedom. But how do you decide where to spend your golden years?
From Philip Island to Margaret River, we’ve compiled the top locations to retire in Australia.
In a softening property market you would expect that any company exposed to property will suffer. But we don’t think this is true for REA Group.
Sally has $160,000 in the bank and can’t decide how to invest it. With the money going backwards in terms of buying power, Paul Clitheroe advises Sally how to take action.
A young property owner is keen to put his modest savings to good use despite still having a big mortgage.