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The 6 Week Property Transformation series will provide you with tips, tricks and strategies for success.
We will show you what you should be doing over the next 24 months to secure your financial future. The best people in the business will point you in the right direction so you can get the most out of your property portfolio. In this episode, Sam Saggers speaks to Positive Real Estate’s national finance strategist Naomi Beaumont about how you can build a great finance strategy which will enable you to have a multi-property portfolio while still enjoying holidays, lifestyle luxuries and financial freedom.
In episode one, Jason Whitton gave viewers an insight into the importance of strategy and how to address financial inefficiencies.
In episode two, Tabitha Bright discussed serviceability and borrowing power, and how you can buy properties which suit your personal circumstances.
In episode 2.2, Sam Saggers speaks to the director of NextHotSpot.com.au Luke Berry about how investors can find the next property hotspot. They also discuss whether all hotspots are created equal and the 10 key drivers of property price growth.
You can find out more about Positive Real Estate's regular seminars around the country by clicking here: www.positiverealestate.com.au/spi-series
Disclaimer: The information, statements and opinions featured in this program are general in nature and are intended only as a guide as to some of the important considerations to be taken into account relating to property investment. Before making any investment decision you should make your independent inquiries to satisfy yourself as to the accuracy or completeness of the information we provide and whether the information is suitable for you.
Property refers to either a tangible or intangible item that an individual or business has legal rights or ownership of, such as houses, cars, stocks or bond certificates.