47 biggest mistakes made by property investors and how to by Helen Collier-Kogtevs

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Who lives in the street? What has been the capital growth of the area over the past twelve months, five and ten years? What is the predicted growth for the future? Has the property been tenanted before and for how long? Is that type of property sought after by tenants? What is the vacancy rate of the area? For example, one horror story I came across was of an investor who purchased a property not knowing what the neighbours were planning. Three months after his purchase, the neighbours sold up to a developer who started building a five-storey apartment block next door.

PART ONE — PLANNING steps’ I think of the pitter patter of tiny little feet. How does one take ‘baby steps’ into investing? You either take steps towards investing or you don’t. The comment of ‘baby steps’ generally stems from one’s uncertainty, which in my experience often leads to the same outcome – no action. Waiting for the market to change or taking baby steps may lead to missed opportunities. For example, when Ed and I started investing some years ago, the market was booming. We purchased several properties at market value in areas we’d researched.

3 per cent variable rate. 3 per cent. Lack of cash flow – people’s circumstances change all the time and a way to minimise change from impacting on your cash flow, and hence your ability to pay out-of-pocket mortgage payments and expenses, is to plan ahead. If you are employed on a PAYE basis and own investment properties, you can discuss with your accountant how you can obtain your projected annual tax refund at each pay period in the form of reduced tax taken from your pay packet. au 34 PART ONE — PLANNING means you can increase your cash flow each week instead of giving it to the Australian Tax Office (ATO) and waiting until the end of the financial year to get it back.

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