Manufacturing Equity Fast With Commercial Tricks

The point of commercial property, regarding investing, is to generate cash flow. That’s the main one – but of course, if you are investing for the long term you’re also going to want to consider capital growth. When you own a commercial property, if you know what you are doing, you will have rental increases built directly into the lease. Usually, these rental increases are in line with CPI. Because the value of your commercial property is linked to your rental income, as rent increases …

How To Get 50% To 100% more Cashflow From Your Residential Investment Properties

It’s clear that most “investors” in Australia go for residential properties. That’s all well and good but what about the cash flow yield… Generally it’s shocking. Eventually the more adventurous find their way to commercial… But transitioning from residential to commercial doesn’t need to be such a huge leap or mean that you need to get rid of your existing portfolio in order to lock in some higher yielding commercial. In this podcast I talk about one of my favourite strategies… It’s a “pseudo-commercial” strategy …

double your cash flow with short term stays

Like any smart investor I have a diversified portfolio. I have both commercial and residential properties on the go. Not only that, I have some residential that is just that… rented out as a family home. I also have residential that I treat as commercial and let on a short term holiday basis. Why? Balance. It means there is a nice balance of capital growth and cash flow. In the long term, this kind of balance provides stability. It means that you become, in a …

An Apples To Apples Comparrison Of Investment Returns

As you probably know, if you’ve been reading my articles, or listening to my podcasts, I’m pretty gung-ho about commercial property. Mostly because of the cash flow. But I wanted to make some direct comparisons to really drive the point home. If you invest in residential property – or don’t invest yet but are thinking about it… consider this: An investor who owns residential property would consider themselves lucky if they could get a rental return of 4% pa on a house and 5% pa …