Filmed another video today for you guys. Excited to get it out because it’s a topic which I think you’ll find interesting and so relevant!
Also, love my makeup for today. I think not many people realise how much time it actually takes to prep before the filming. I mean, just washing my hair and drying it already takes ✨forever✨. 😂
See my IG stories for my impromptu house tour!
204 / 137-143 Noone Street, Clifton Hill⠀
2 Bed 2 Bath 1 Car Space at $550 PW / $2390 PCM.⠀
This stylish new near apartment comes with a balcony, reverse cycle heating/cooling, light filled living and dining areas and a host of other features making it everything you need! The lovely locale is another highlight - just 5 km from the CBD, and with parks, walking trails, restaurants and more in close proximity, there’s something for everyone here! ⠀
Call Jayden White on 0407 761 430 for more details. ⠀
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The possibility of an interest rates rise is something that should be factored into any investment. Rates will rise, rates will fall, and it’s important to make sure you’re not adding unnecessary risk to your property portfolio when these changes occur.
Here are 3 tips to keep you and your portfolio prepared:
- Calculate Your Cash-Flow -
When investing, work out your repayments at a higher interest rate than what is currently being charged. This will give you a clear idea of whether you can afford the repayments if they go up. Do this to whatever percentage you are comfortable with.
- Have A Buffer -
Make sure that you allow a big enough buffer to cover yourself if interest rates rise. A way to do this is by buying below market value and making sure you always leave some equity in the property. It is also important to have that rental cash-flow coming in to help service the loan. Investing in properties with neutral cash-flow that will turn positive as rents increase is a good place to start.
- Know Your Plan B Or Exit Strategy -
Take the time to put in place a Plan B (or more) and your intended exit strategy that you can fall back on without putting yourself at financial risk.
Regardless of what is currently bring predicted, we know banks will make changes on their own, so it is always better to be prepared in case the tables turn. This will give you greater peace of mind when making your next move and assist you to safely grow your portfolio.
The Princeton at 29-31 Prince Edward Avenue, McKinnon - Built & Completed!⠀
Just built by award winning builders Liberty, The Princeton delivers stunning open plan living and dining areas with European oak timber flooring, large outdoor entertaining areas, designer kitchens with granite benchtops plus secure basement car parking.⠀
This house looks soo amazing ! What do you think ? 👇👇👇