Why Rentvesting Is More Affordable Than Buying A Home To Live In (And Why It’s Not For Everyone)

Rentvesting has been touted as an option for both first-home buyers and potential upgraders trying to climb the property ladder without sacrificing their lifestyle.

Although the concept of owning one or more investment properties while renting where you want to live has been around for a long time, as we become more sophisticated in our financial and property planning and decision making, rentvesting has entered the psyche for the average property buyer.

But as with any investment strategy, it has its advantages and drawbacks.

Rentvesting is not for everyone, but many people do not even consider it, often to the detriment of their finances or lifestyle.

Read David Johnston’s latest article for Domain.com

By |2018-10-08T10:00:40+11:00July 26th, 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.