ASIC had something to say about this recently.
Check it out here.
Would be interested to hear your ideas and for you to share your experiences. Would be up to the mods though...
No doubt you've tried this already but what about using something like WinZip etc to compress the file?
From memory pdf's don't seem to compress too well...but perhaps worth a try?
ps. thanks everyone for your thoughts on this. Still pondering and researching.
pps. without wanting to...
May seem a bit strange to be posting this question on a property forum but... the Savvy IT quotient on this board is pretty high and property investors seem to have a heap of paper to manage...I know I do.
(I will search and ask elsewhere but very interested in the experiences and...
Second - for goodness sake don't tell anybody else about this - at least not yet. In particular, whilst it may make for some *fun* times in the short term ;) please don't tell the ladies about this... you may find your appeal strangely enhanced...but your...
After all these years you've surprised me! I always thought the criteria (and your criteria) was that the notional land value of the townhouse was 30% of the purchase price.
I.e. if you buy a townhouse for $300k, the unimproved land value (as per rates notice for example) was...
Well done Michael! You've certainly shown the value of persistence!
Also the selfless way you've shared the journey so far (warts and all) has benefited many people immensely (me included).
When you get to Brisbane drop us a line and we'll buy you a celebratory beverage or 3!
In addition to what others have said Hamilton & now Newstead are "blue chip".
In the west, Chelmer, Graceville, Tennyson.
You could probably add Indooroopilly and St Lucia.
I prefer south eastern suburbs so stay away from there! :D:D
Well done MTR. Without wanting to pry, would you be willing to provide some round numbers or at least percentages for how the deal worked out including holding costs, development contributions, consultants' fees etc?
Would be instructive for us all.
I think you've answered your own question. If rental yield is a big consideration 10 properties should, in theory, return more than 6 slightly better ones. If u can fund it and site permits it, I'd go the 10!
I have skimmed it on a plane and it's sitting on my "detailed read" list right now. From what I have read I think it's probably better than Ron Forlee's books and may well be the best Australian book on property development currently available.
Perhaps the "teacher arrives when the student is...
From a buyer's perspective I've only had good experiences with them.
They do seem to realistically price development sites. (Perhaps that's not a good thing from a sellers perspective!)
I don't think you can blame them for some proactive marketing.
Perhaps you could just tell them...