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Investors remain optimistic despite big changes in the property space this year

Posted by Paul Wilson
Property Investment Professionals of Australia (PIPA) recently released their Annual Investor Sentiment Survey with some very encouraging results.
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How to get the maximum value out of your renovation

Posted by Paul Wilson
If you’re hoping to increase the value of your property or increase the potential rental returns, renovating is a good way to do this.
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Tenants a thorn in your side? Here’s how a property manager can help

Posted by Paul Wilson
In an increasingly competitive rental market, good tenants are hard to find.
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How to build a portfolio you can retire on

Posted by Paul Wilson
Isn’t that the dream – to be financially secure enough to retire when you want to.
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Finally a direct property solution that works

Posted by Paul Wilson
Outsourcing specific services allows businesses to free up capacity and deliver their services to more clients in a more valuable way.
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Interest rates are going up: now’s the time to lock in your equity

Posted by Paul Wilson
The big banks have recently raised interest rates for owner-occupiers, leaving many feeling nervous.
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How to win at life with property investing

Posted by Paul Wilson
'Winning at life’ – it’s a phrase that means something a little different to everyone.  
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Wait a minute…they’re crowdfunding property now?!

Posted by Paul Wilson
Crowdfunding has become a social phenomenon in recent years – just look at the success of sites such as Kickstarter – and it is currently creeping into the property space.
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Why every successful person has a mentor behind them

Posted by Paul Wilson
When you think of a mentor, who do you think of?
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How a property valuation could unlock unexpected cash

Posted by Paul Wilson
Let’s say you’ve owned your investment property for a number of years. You’re not planning on selling it any time soon and the property is happily ticking along with good tenants in place and no maintenance concerns.
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