The case for renovating

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To renovate or buy: that is often the question; especially in competitive property markets like Sydney. It’s not uncommon for people to buy real estate knowing all along that it’s a bit of a “fixer-upper.” When you purchase a place that’s in need of some repairs, it usually means you’re getting a bargain, and you can always go back and invest more money later … Read More

Hot property investment tip: Get out of town!

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Property investment in Sydney has been in a state of seemingly endless boom for a while now, but it’s finally time to look elsewhere. It makes sense that when property values increase at a significant rate (like we’ve seen in Sydney over the past few years), it’s a good idea to access your home equity and use it to build … Read More

A lesson on leverage from your property investment advisor. Make your money go further!

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Knowing a little about ‘leverage’ can help investors firm up a successful property investment strategy that grows your capital and creates lifestyle-fuelling wealth. Leverage essentially refers to the way you can make your money work harder than the sum of its parts. In property, leverage is particularly important because it usually involves a much higher asset base appreciating in value, … Read More

Introducing compound growth (and the rule of 72)

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So, you’ve decided to invest in property… good choice! As we discussed last month, many analysts agree property offers the best capital growth opportunity over the medium to long term. Now knowing that capital gains are the primary focus of a solid property investment strategy, it’s good to understand how to your returns can be boosted by compound growth and … Read More

It’s what we do…

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Some people are visual learners… and the web is a visual playground! So we made a short video explaining what we do at Full House Finances. Take a look to see how you can Buy, Invest, Grow and Protect your assets. Whether you’re a first home buyer or seasoned investor in the Australian property market, we can help you. Check … Read More

Investment options to avoid being the meat in your family sandwich

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Are you a member of one of the fastest growing demographic groups: the Sandwich Generation? Turns out you’re not alone. And the sandwich is growing! According to mcrindle.com, three main demographic groups are affected by this issue: Traditional Sandwich Usually 30s-40s  Caring for/helping ageing parents and raising their own children Club Sandwich Usually 50s-60s Those sandwiched between the needs of elderly … Read More

Tips on using specialist financial services

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Not all professions were created equal; in the eyes of many lenders, some professionals make better borrowers than others. Full House Finances can access special lending concessions for many professional clients. These benefits include highly competitive pricing as well as higher borrowing rates, without having to pay lender’s mortgage insurance (LMI, which is usually charged when borrowing more than 80 … Read More

Why it pays to be strategic in your investments

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In the rush of daily life it can be tough to see your way past the next set of bills, school fees, or grocery receipts but looking at the ‘big picture’ is just as important as dealing with your immediate financial situation. Especially your investments. Strategic financial management takes a long-term view of your investment portfolio and overall financial health. … Read More