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By Investor Assist on Friday, 9 September 2016 - 2:30pm
The biggest danger to creating wealth is misinformation. The reality is that many Australians are still fearful of entering the market. Actually I don't blame them! They get advice from well-meaning family, friends and workmates. And they follow the latest sensationalist articles in newspapers and on TV. And, one of the biggest problems is that people are not getting advice from successful...
By Investor Assist on Monday, 5 September 2016 - 3:15pm
I’ve always said that you can never be too old or too young to start investing. And while that is still a valid point, an investor who starts building their property portfolio earlier generally achieves a far better end result than one who starts later. It all comes down to the fact that property is a long term investment. If you are willing to wait it out from a young age, then you have a...
By Investor Assist on Monday, 22 August 2016 - 3:15pm
As a successful property investor myself, let me share with you seven steps I have learnt over the years that will help you build your own property investment portfolio from the ground up. Building a property portfolio isn’t just for investment gurus or millionaires with money to burn. Anyone who is financially stable can successfully build their own property empire. If you have a steady job and...
By Investor Assist on Friday, 5 August 2016 - 4:45pm
With Western Australia’s population on the rise, it’s now up to the everyday property investor to help bridge the gap between the constantly evolving population and the never ending housing shortage. Back in 1999, Australia was projected to hit 24 million people by 2033. In reality, we have already hit this number, almost 17 years earlier than predicted. But it’s Western Australia in particular...
By Dillion Gledhill on Thursday, 21 July 2016 - 3:00pm
If you were going to attempt running a marathon for the first time, you wouldn’t just throw on a pair of sneakers and start running with the hope you are still alive at the end of the 42km race. If you had any wits about you, you would prepare, train and ensure you were in the best possible physical condition before you approached the start line. The same theory applies to buying an investment...
By Investor Assist on Tuesday, 5 July 2016 - 3:30pm
It is estimated more than 70% of Australians receive a tax return each year and the average return historically is in excess of $2,000 which is a decent chunk of money! If you are one of the lucky ones to receive a tax return this year, remember that it is part of your hard earned money and should be treated the same as the rest of your salary or income and allocated to something useful. Don’t...

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