…it’s enough to put anyone off investing in Adelaide real estate so why are some calling it a ‘once-in-a-generation’ buying opportunity.
This diagram may hold a clue…
Consider this: The mining industry is helping Australia’s economy weather the GFC. Schemes like NRAS provide positive geared property. Interest rates are low and possibly going down further. Builders and Developers are prepared to do great deals to move stock. The economy seems to be starting to move in a positive direction. Even US (foreclosed) houses are at an all-time low with high rental yields.
But how do you take advantage of the situation? How do you capitalise on the ‘mining boom’ we keep hearing about? The US is cheap… but should anyone in their right mind consider investing in the US or should they stick to hometown Adelaide? And why is it that nearly 70% of property investor sell out in the first 3 or 4 years?
If you are interested in finding out the answers our friend Graeme Clark, from Investment Property Finders, is holding a free educational and informative seminar on Wednesday July 11th
We will look at these points and much more in this 2 hour information session – so make sure to bring your most important questions and a notepad.
And rest assured this is a free educational seminar, not a selling event in disguise!
This event is open to everyone so please feel free to invite family, friends or work colleagues…
WHEN: Wednesday 11th July 2012
REGISTER: 5:45pm – 6:00pm [Start Time: 6:15pm Sharp]
WHERE: IPF Boardroom, 309A Angas Street, Adelaide 5000
RSVP: C.O.B. Tuesday 10th July [seats are limited so RSVP is essential]
To your property success,
Sam @ Urbantech Group – Adelaide Mortgage Brokers +plus more…
P.S. Graeme Clark was a Financial Planner for almost 20 years and saw the need for developing financial planning type strategies for people wanting to invest in residential property rather than the share market. Matt and I have attended Graeme’s property seminars and feel confident that you’ll get a lot of value out of his presentation.