There's plenty of ways to be successful with property. Conversely, there's plenty of traps. The trick is knowing which is which. In this article we'll take a look at the NDIS property approach. The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is an...
If you’re busy dreaming about entering the property market but finding hard to save for a deposit, there’s good news for you and we’re not just talking about the interest rate pause. From 1 July, changes to the ‘first home...
Painting a house might sound like a simple task, but if you don’t have the right knowledge or skills under your belt, you’ll find out soon enough that it’s not as easy as it seems. Figuring out the best...
Having the option to own assets that produce income is a highly desirable financial strategy. If you own a house or apartment, you know there are taxes, interest, utilities, and a multitude of other expenses that come with it....
Trying to decide whether to buy a home to live in or an investment property can be tricky. Of course, the aim should be to own the property you live in at some point but it may be quicker...
The property market is bounding upwards at a rapid rate, introducing the perfect environment for spruikers, property weirdos and downright lies to fester and flourish.  Sellers and buyers become victims as this sinister element creeps through the industry and most...
It’s been a hectic few weeks at The Property Frontline with property markets at all budget levels quite challenging to navigate thanks to government meddling. Not surprisingly, as Federal and State Governments continue to play economic roulette with the property market, we’re...
For many, many years I have been totally anti-apartments.  All I did was take a look at the amazing opportunities in buying houses – often for a much lower price – and I wouldn’t even give apartments a moment...
Whether you’re a hands-on commercial property landlord or delegate the duty to a property manager, it’s always timely to refresh your understanding of responsibilities. This article focuses on non-retail commercial premises, and you can find out more about the distinction...
If you’re buying to invest in property, shouldn’t you be aiming to achieve good returns on that investment?  If this is true, why do so many people become trapped by the big con of property depreciation?  The big con  A major problem with the property...

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