Located on a quiet and safe street that comes directly off the Longdenville Main Road which is gracefully marked with similar houses and a very peaceful and family-oriented neighborhood.
Land - 5300 sq. ft.
House - 2400 sq. ft.
Mater Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom
Master Bedroom equipped with Shower and Tub
Fully Air Conditioned Unit
Large Kitchen with Island and Breakfast Nook
Teak Cupboards and Granite Countertops
Modern Fixtures and Fittings
Wooden Laminate and Porcelain Tiles
Large Closets in all bedrooms for extra storage
2 Car Garage
Water Tanks and Pump
Patio Area for outdoor entertainment
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Investing directly in Australian residential property seems to be frowned upon by most finance professionals. I’m here to tell you that it’s frowned upon because they either A. don’t understand how to invest in this asset class and B. they don’t get their funds under management (FUM) fee paid, therefore it’s in their best interest to sweep this asset class under the rug and focus on selling the other asset classes such as shares, fixed income assets and alternatives.
I’m of the opinion that property gets ignored because of both - most finance professionals don’t necessarily get paid from advising their clients to buy property therefore not as much research gets done on how to invest in property.
Acquiring residential real estate here in Australia provides something no other asset class can: leverage with no margin calls. Let me explain: this is the only asset class that allows you to control the whole asset for as little as 5 - 10% of the value of the property down without any repercussions providing you pay the banks the expected monthly mortgage repayment (this underpins the whole strategy). This means that your property can go down in value and the banks can’t sell it from underneath you (unlike commercial property or shares on margin) - at worst case scenario.
My take with investing in residential real estate is - it’s only worth investing in them with high Loan to Value Ratios (LVRs) and purely for capital growth returns (another point that underpins this strategy). Investing in residential property with yield in mind is a mug’s game as there are plenty of options in the fixed income space that will provide superior returns, liquidity and low transaction costs. The major hurdle with finding these other yield producing investments is the fact that you have to be in the know. Most people know property therefore are blinded from other options. By combining the pros associated with each asset class, one can achieve portfolio synergy. Not an easy thing to do if you’re a one trick pony investor.
To be continued in the comments section
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