Tips for building a new home

Super Investment

Mark Bryson - Friday, June 12, 2015

With a massive increase in SMSF (self-managed superannuation fund) property is turning out to be a more certain investment for many SMSF managers than shares and relying on interest rates for any growth of their funds. 
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First Home Buyer Advice

Mark Bryson - Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Many First Home Buyers are becoming more interested in purchasing an Investment Property. This can be a sound idea and able to set yourself up well for the future. With many First Home Buyers still living at home this gives a great opportunity for saving and investing. Berstan Homes have investor packages starting at around $290K and well worthy of investigation with rental from these properties around $320 per week makes them a sound investment. 
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Invest in property

Mark Bryson - Saturday, October 04, 2014

When looking for a new home as an investment property the key train of thought should on facilities. What is located close to the new home or what will be coming to the area in close proximity to that new home? 
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Interest rates

Mark Bryson - Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Interest rates are at all-time lows and now are the time to take advantage and lock in a good rate. Buying an investment property is a great way to grow personal wealth and save on your tax.  
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Has your home seen better days!

Mark Bryson - Wednesday, August 13, 2014

I drove passed this old treasure in Warrandyte over the weekend and I couldn’t resist taking a photo. If your home is a little passed its use by date why not consider a knock down rebuild same location just a brand new home. 
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Living and investing on the same piece of land

Mark Bryson - Tuesday, June 24, 2014
I currently have several clients we are building new homes for on their existing home sites. This is a great way of releasing the full potential in your land. The land cost in most cases is much higher than the new home build cost. Many clients sell one of the new homes off to cover the new build cost and the remaining homes are rented out creating a passive income more years to come.

Build an investment in your backyard

Mark Bryson - Thursday, June 19, 2014

With the pressure on the retirement age being lifted many people are looking into building a new home in their backyard. This is a great idea with no cost for land and a rental income coming in relieves the pressure when retirement is coming up.  
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