Brett Warren is a director of Metropole Properties in Brisbane and uses his 12 plus years property investment experience and economics education to advice clients how to build their portfolios.
He is a regular commentator for Michael Yardney's Property Update.
Experts and professionals have access to an incredible amount of data and can analyse and interpret this data every day, what hope does the average person in the street have of understanding what is going on?
There’s a new pull factor that draws people to certain suburbs in the Sunshine State.
No, it’s not proximity to the CBD, or great schools, or beachside luxury – it’s coffee!
What financial goals now take the place of the old adage that was drilled into older generations – to get a spouse and a house?
Why doesn't this appeal to the current generation?
One of the major changes in the property investment industry over the past two decades has been the rise and rise of publicly available statistics.
In reality, there are actually plenty of different mistakes, missteps and errors that can derail your investment – and if you’re not prepared, they could cost you a bomb to rectify. Here are nine of the most common mistakes investors make time and time again:
Selling your property at auction is altogether exciting and nerve-wracking at the same time – especially if it’s your investment property that’s up on the auction block.
Owning an investment property can be a great opportunity to build your wealth, but the reality is there can be stressful aspects to being a landlord.
The world of property investing can seem daunting to an inexperienced young hopeful, yearning to get his or her foot on to the ladder – but this needn’t be the case!
Heading to an auction with the intent to make a purchase can be a nerve-wracking experience, especially if you’re new to the property game.
Emotions run high, which can get in the way of good decision-making, and the prospects for making a costly mistake is heightened.
Moving interstate for work?
Need to upsize to fit the kiddies in or downsize now they’ve all left the nest?
Are you thinking of keeping your current home as an investment property when you move?
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