INVESTMENT STRUCTURE

From: Simon and Julie M


Hi all
This story may interest some.
Julie and I love being Property investors.
Back in April I posted a question "Where to from here?"
We are relatively new to this game and found that the biggest barrier we faced when trying to accumulate property was serviceability ,or, in the banks view, being rent reliant.
Thanks to some ideas put forward by members of the forum we investigated a way to overcome this problem.
We attended an investors education evening with Steve Navra in Canberra.
At that meeting we were introduced to the concept of Structured investing.
The education we received that night,and then on an on going basis, has enabled us to put in place a solid structure for duplication of assets and wealth creation.
If there is anyone out there who is standing looking at a "brick wall",let me tell you, there are people out there who can help.
Ps. It did not cost me $12K either. Just good old fashion DUE DILIGENCE
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Any comments?
regards
Simon
 
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From: Duncan M



>I'm still learning to spell.
>"DUE DILIGENTS"

You mean Due Diligence right? :) Or.. The process of investigation, performed by investors, into the details of a potential investment, such as an examination of operations and management and the verification of material facts.

:)

Dunc
 
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From: Simon and Julie M


Just as well you don't need to be a good spella to be a property investor!
Julie
 
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From: Simon and Julie M


Whateveryareckon! Dunc
Due Diligence
Hard work
Study
Take action
Make mistakes
Learn from them
Have a lot of fun!
Simon
 
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From: Glenn S


So What is the recomended structure for this?

Glenn
 
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From: Simon and Julie M


Glen
You can look up the archives for some of Steve Navra's postings.They may help explain the balance.Property,shares and cash.
Regards
Simon
 
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