Gearing vs Cashflow Ebook
Learn how you can own an investment property for just $20 per week.
(What you should have been taught at school but weren't.)
The purpose of this 12-page guide is to provide information on two fundamental investment property concepts - gearing and cashflow. We will show you how it is possible to own an investment property for just $20 per week.
Find out how you can get on top of your goals financially no matter what your situation. This e-Book will give you a pathway for achieving wealth without any 'Get Rich Quick Schemes' or "Guaranteed Developer returns" tricks.
By following simple gearing and cashflow principles, the average Australian can own five to six investment properties by the time they retire.
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What does this e-Book cover?
What is Gearing?
- What is Negative Gearing?
- What is Positive Gearing?
- What is Neutral Gearing?
- What is Cashflow
The Ideal Investment Property Scenario
- The Australian Taxation System and Property Investment
- Scenario: Negatively Gearing an Investment Property to achieve a Positive Cash Flow
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About the Author
Pete created Big Picture Property Investment to share his experiences with other potential and existing Property Investors; aiming to help them avoid common mistakes and misunderstandings. Pete has helped many first time property investors into the property investment market, and has helped existing property investor to grow their portfolio quickly and safely.
Pete prides himself on taking a down to earth approach to property investment and making sure that potential investors understand how to manage risk while their property portfolios are performing.