12 reasons why now is the best time in history to refinance!

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June 9, 2021

Property Investment – Stacking the Odds in Your Favour. Part 2

In the first part of this article, we looked at the causes of under performance of investment returns. (click here to read part 1). Now let’s continue with the flip side and take a look at the drivers for outperformance. Every individual property is different – Most media commentary suggests or assumes that the property […]

September 21, 2012

Property Investment – Stacking the Odds in Your Favour. Part 1

If you haven’t got a story about how your investment returns were lower than you expected, you probably have a friend or two who do. Understanding the causes of these less than desirable outcomes and better yet, ensuring they don’t happen at all will allow you to maximise the chances of your investment choice. Lack […]

August 24, 2012

Do Insurance Companies Actually Pay?

One of the most commonly held misconceptions is that insurance companies will not pay you when the push comes to shove. Most people have heard about a friend or someone who knows someone that tried to claim and found they couldn’t, where they thought they would be able to. While these stories no doubt have […]

August 10, 2012

Property – It’s All in the Timing

When it comes to getting a return on property, people can make some unforgiving errors. One such error is selecting an asset that underperforms relative to the market, remember there are hundreds of factors that can compromise the future investment potential of a property causing it to underperform. Another error is ‘poor timing’ of the […]

July 26, 2012

What Would It Take for Europe to Look Better?

What started out as sovereign debt concerns in the periphery of Europe two years ago has morphed into a focus of attention regarding the entire concept of the European Union. The fear is that a disorderly unwind of the problems in Greece will move across the rest of Europe, especially Spain and Italy. Investors lack […]

June 28, 2012