People looking at buying their first investment property often tell me they are concerned it will limit their financial freedom. Nothing could be further from the truth: property investment is a ticket to freedom and one way to ensure you’re financially set up for a comfortable retirement. The current market presents ideal conditions for investors, and starting to steadily build up a portfolio gives you a dependable asset and a fantastic, flexible lifestyle; something we’re all searching for.

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Anyone can start building a property portfolio but it’s often hard knowing where to start. Once you get started, how do you know if you are on the right track? Building a property portfolio can be a lifetime’s work, so it is essential that you know it’s performing the best it possibly can as it grows. When I started, I had an initial $35,000 deposit and with some helpful advice, I have turned it into an extensive property portfolio that allows me to keep investing and enjoying the lifestyle benefits.

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People looking at buying that first investment property often tell me they are concerned it will limit their financial freedom. Nothing could be further from the truth; property investment is a ticket to freedom. The current market presents ideal conditions for investors, and starting to steadily build up a portfolio gives you a dependable asset and a fantastic, flexible lifestyle.

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Most high income earners think that renting is for those who are worse off financially and that owning your home is not only a marker of success it’s a better long-term financial decision. Everyone knows renting is dead money – right? But what if this long held Australian belief is actually wrong? How do the numbers actually compare when weighting up a lifetime of renting Vs buying? Who at the end of the day is likely to be better off?

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