How to Get Started in House & Land

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Riezel Kinsella Realty Group provides workshops on how to start investing

The great Australian dream of home ownership has changed in recent years from the quarter acre block in the suburbs to more efficient homes closer into where your place of employment is. There is a greater focus on the feel of the suburb, proximity to schooling, shopping and transport. More families are choosing to live in town homes or newer house and land suburbs because of their access to the station and that easy commute to work. Clients are happy to give up some of that land space for the home of their dreams and the convenience they so crave.

On top of this, there is a large number of young investors. It’s no secret that house and land packages present investors with one of the best strategies to maximise their rental yield, minimise ongoing costs and provide an opportunity for capital growth—though many investors are unsure of where to start and are in need of a sound strategy and a simplified process.

While house and land packages are becoming the preferred strategy for many investors, choosing the right property can be challenging due to the myriad of options and varying qualities available.

For new investors, taking the first step is often the hardest and according to the ATO, less than 5 per cent of all Australians own two or more investment properties.

Earlier this year, Riezel Kinsella Realty Group  released their Freedom through Property E Book, and are now taking it a step further and will be starting in office workshops of “How to Get Started’, a step-by-step guide to increasing wealth by investing in property based on proven strategies.


For those wanting to join a workshop, contact admin@rkrealtygroup.com.au or call anytime 1300 599 146

 

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