If you’re happy to let others ‘look after’ your investments for you, and pay their fees, be prepared to get what you get when you come to ‘cash-in’ whatever’s left in the future.
Maybe if you’re not it’s time you might consider changing your attitude towards long-term investments.
For the others, who realise that the only way to invest for long-term growth is to get angry, take control over your own financial affairs and get-in-and-get-dirty yourself, this is a web site for you.
Common mistakes to avoid when investing.
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Investment exposure to quality residential properties in established Melbourne suburbs need not require people with limited financial resources to be burdened with debt of any kind.
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Angry Investor is NOT a business
Angry is NOT financially qualified in any way
Angry is NOT financially qualified in any way other than the school-of-hard-knocks and bitter experiences, mixed with good ones.
Angry investor is not selling anything.
Even investors with relatively limited financial resources will see how they can gain exposure to quality residential property investments in Melbourne’s established suburbs – without the need for substantial loans.
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Why Angry investor is motivated to pass on information
Angry investor is motivated to pass on information for no other reason than to educate and help potential savers/investors navigate around the gobbledegook and smoke-and-mirrors the financial industry quite successfully confuses people with.
As an example, the ASIC video below warns about property seminar ‘spruikers’ who, in reality, have an agenda to sell products or to encourage attendees to ‘sign up’ for something.
Avoid ongoing management costs
Residential property investment costs don’t end with just buying an investment property. Usually, there are significant ongoing costs for property maintenance, repairs and tenant management.
The forum can demonstrate how residential property investors can avoid all these ongoing costs.
Exposure to quality properties in established Melbourne suburbs
Don’t let limited financial resources force you to invest in lower quality/higher risk property in suburbs where secure growth in the capital value of properties is jeopardised by the opening of new development areas close by.
Instead, gain exposure to carefully selected residential property in prime locations in Melbourne’s established suburbs – where the land has the potential to increase in value more than a property that sits on it – and has a high potential for continued and secure capital growth over the long-term, (i.e. at least 5 years).
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