A Big Mistake

Perhaps the biggest mistake we often see in this part of the property cycle is investors shifting their focus to cash flow.

I have spoken previously about why I feel cash flow-positive property is a con.

In short, a property is neither cash flow positive nor negative, it all comes down to the way that it is financed.

By changing inputs like deposits, interest rates, and the way a loan is structured, you can change the outcome.

One thing you should not change or compromise on is the location and capital growth of a property.

Cash flow will keep you in the game, while capital growth can be life-changing.

A capital gain of 20% - 30% in some locations over the last year would have taken most people many, many years to save.

An additional $5,000 or $10,000 additional cash flow simply does not compare.

RealRenta has all the tools that a property manager has but for less than ¼ the cost of a property manager.

Join now and the cost is less than a cup of coffee a week to manage your rental property.

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Jason Gwerder
Thursday, 10 August 2023

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