Beware of an Investment Sprinkled with a Little Lifestyle

David Johnston wrote this article for Domain on March 02, 2018.

Having your own little getaway is an idyllic proposition, evoking powerful imagery of sun-swept beaches, tree-lined rivers, bush walks through the mountains or simply sitting in a cafe and watching the world pass you by.

The end of summer is the peak season for holiday home purchases, often with one eye shut on the financial impact and return.

Unfortunately, the supposed holiday house often morphs into a quasi-investment property during the property selection process. This mutation can result in financial heartache.

What are the risks of making an investment property double as a holiday home?” was first published Domain on March 02, 2018.

By |2020-02-05T04:23:17+11:00March 7th, 2018|

About the Author:

David Johnston
David is the Founder and Managing Director of Property Planning Australia, author of ‘How to Succeed with Property to Create your Ideal Lifestyle’, co-author of ‘Property for Life – Using Property to Plan Your Financial Future’ and a widely-published media commentator. With more than 20 years of experience, David is passionate about educating others to make informed, and ultimately, more lucrative property investment decisions. David established Property Planning Australia in 2004 – with the vision to educate and empower Australians to make successful property, mortgage strategy and money management decisions.  Property Planning Australia’s operations have earned acclaim and national industry awards for its unique fusion of property planning, education, money management, mortgage strategy and risk management. All supported by multi award winning customer service.
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