Most people think the days of snapping up a great Aussie real estate deal are long gone.
Well, don’t fret!
Good news is, there’s still pockets of standout Aussie property deals out there.
But the rules for building your wealth through real estate have changed — big time.
Buying up any old property and waiting for capital gains to roll in is a strategy doomed to fail.
The new property ‘game’ means you’ve got to be a lot more selective in where you purchase real estate.
Now, unless you’ve lived under a rock for the last decade you’ll know Australia’s love affair with property is at an all-time high.
Prices are up — WAY up — from only a few years ago. And they’re not showing signs of slowing down anytime soon.
Today, you’ll pay close to $655,000 for the average Aussie 3 bedroom abode.
That’s up from $200,000 1999. A near four-fold increase in just 16 years!
As Aussie real estate prices continue to swell, should you put your property investing dreams on hold?
According to Money Morning editor Terence Duffy, the answer is a firm ‘no’.
You can still snap up good value, investment-grade real estate in Australia.
We’re talking about property that will continue to increase in value and deliver you superior capital gains over the long-run.
But, very few people understand the true dynamics of successful investing in today’s searing property market.
After today, you will.
In the brand new Money Morning report titled ‘Australian Real Estate Game Plan’, real estate expert, Terence reveals a step-by-step guide to hunting down the best property deals in Australia’s booming real estate market.
If you’re a property investor, or you’re looking to buy your first home, don’t talk to an agent or mortgage broker until you read this free report.
- The eight letter word that really drives property values: If you want to get a head start in the property game you need to understand what really drives property prices in Australia and around the world. Don’t worry, you don’t need to pay a property guru thousands to learn this property ‘secret’. We reveal all in the report. And when you understand this one eight letter word and how it applies to the property markets you’ll be ahead of 99% of property investors.
- Seven ‘money signs’ of a profitable Aussie property investment: There are a handful of ‘money signs’ that signal whether a property you’d like to buy is likely to be a top investment or a dud. You’ll find seven property ‘money signs’ detailed in the report.
- Property insider secret: How to create capital gains from ‘thin air’: Invest wisely and your property should grow in value over time. But that’s the slow path to real estate riches. As you’ll discover, there’s one thing you could do to ‘turbo charge’ your capital gains and seemingly create wealth from thin air.
Simply put your email address in the space below, and hit ‘Send My FREE Report’. You’ll get a free subscription to Australia’s biggest daily financial email, Money Morning, and we’ll immediately send your free report, ‘Australian Real Estate Game Plan’.
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