A Pocket Guide to Investing in Positive Cash Flow Property

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 23, 2012 - Business & Economics - 970 pages
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For the first time ever, Margaret Lomas has combined all her positive cash flow property strategies into a step-by-step manual to guide new investors through the processes of establishing a property portfolio.

Inside you will learn:

  • Where to look for positive cash flow property
  • The contracts you need to understand
  • The process of applying for finance
  • How to choose a property manager
  • Methods to prepare for tax
  • How to manage a property sale.

Positive cash flow properties will put money in your pocket each week and can set you on the path to financial freedom. Margaret has included checklists and practical worksheets to guide you along the road one step at a time.


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1 Negative Gearing
2 Positive Gearing
3 Positive Cash Flow
Where to Start
What Will the Bank Let Me Do?
Where to Buy
What Next?
Some Quick Calculations
Should I Use a Lawyer?
The Conveyancing Process
Choose the Type of Management
Your Responsibilities as a Landlord
Quantity Surveyors Report
What Will I Be Able to Claim?
OnPaper Deductions
Calculating Asset Depreciation

Property Types and Risk Factors
Choosing the Right Type for You
What Will It Cost?
Asking the Right Questions
Buying Several the Same
Choosing the Property
Establishing a Fair Price
Signing the Contract
In Whose Name?
Paying the Deposit
Which Loan?
What Will Banks Accept as Security?
The Loan Procedure
The Process to Apply
Other Claims
Land Tax
Prepaying Interest and Expenses
Why Sell?
Capital Gains Tax
The Selling Process
What Will It Cost?
What Next?
My Own Home Would Make a Great Investment Property
Landlords Insurance
Rent or Buy?
Can I Make a Negatively Geared Property Positive?

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About the author (2012)

Margaret Lomas is a financial adviser and an affiliate member of the Securities Institute of Australia.With her company The Destiny Group, she helps people to turn their finances around and work towards financial freedom.

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