Plan for the future

While they say the only certainties in life are death and taxes, it’s obviously important to teach your children to plan for their future.

All planning should be done holistically, so it’s not just about having a million dollars in the bank for the sake of it but having the means to achieve an end objective.

Whether it be an overseas vacation once a year, owning a flashy car, upgrading or extending their home, or investing in a further property, demonstrating the value of future planning is a lesson your children will thank you for later.

When it comes to buying their first home specifically, future planning should include not only their personal needs and desires, but also what the market they are buying into will look like in ten years' time when they might be thinking of moving on and selling, or using the equity in their home to purchase another property.

Does that particular property in that particular location represent a good long-term investment, as well as a cozy first home?

This will no doubt require some legwork and research into things like local school zones, future zoning council changes or planning policies from local and state governments that might change the aesthetics or value of the property.

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Jason Gwerder
Tuesday, 3 October 2023

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