20 Must Ask Questions for Every Property Investor

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 27, 2012 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
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Good property investment is not about applying a magic formula, tapping into so-called secrets to success or paying top dollar to be part of a too-good-to-be-true investment scheme. It is about understanding the everyday, bread-and-butter characteristics of the investment and asking the right questions about a property before you buy. It's about doing your homework. But how and where do you start your research?

In 20 Must Ask Questions, best-selling property author Margaret Lomas provides investors with the tools to find and acquire successful property investments for themselves. By equipping investors with comprehensive information about how to locate property that meets all the criteria of a sound investment, Margaret hopes that investors will stop chasing unrealistic returns or believing get-rich-quick promises.

20 Must Ask Questions is a must-read for any property investor ready to buy now. It provides in-depth information on how, when and where to ask the 20 Must Ask Questions to minimise your risk and maximise your chances of buying the right property. Margaret delivers yet another quality book full of practical advice and sound investing guidance.


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Telstra’s 2006 NSW Businesswoman of the Year, Margaret Lomas has a diploma in financial advising, a certificate in investment property advising and is a Senior Associate with FINSIA. Her company, Destiny Financial Solutions, has 14 branches across Australia, and assists people to acquire successful property portfolios through comprehensive education, support and mentoring. Margaret is a bestselling author and a regular commentator in the national media on real estate investing and financial planning.

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