Over-confidence means you are less likely to diversify, but you don’t want to be so under-confident that your money is going backwards. Here are the traps to avoid.
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With interest rates at historic lows, income investing has become a challenge. Here are four options for investors chasing income:
You can downsize the family home to access more funds but this will not suit everyone. Indeed, some people may be better off upgrading their home.
With interest rates at historic lows, investing for income has become a challenge. Here are four options for investors chasing income.
So your investment property is a poor performer, but how do you know when it’s time to bite the bullet and sell?
Self-directed investors who want to improve their knowledge and skills have many good sources of information to draw on, much of it free. Here are 10 places where you can go for help.
Even with a tight budget investors can take the plunge in multimillion-dollar property markets from as little as $100,000.
Many Aussies shy away from commercial property because they think it’s too expensive and too much work. But there are ways to get into the sector without buying your own office or shop.
Property investors can boost rental income by 40%. The key is in how long tenants stay.
Investors are better off putting more of their funds into commercial real estate rather than residential property.