The debate that is swirling around about self managed superannuation funds and residential property investment deeply concerns the SMSF Professionals’ Association of Australia (SPAA) on two fronts.
When it comes to putting together a business plan, short and sweet is what you are after. You should be looking at a one or two page rundown on everything you’re going to do for the next year.
I came across a broker the other week that completely believed - and told his clients in writing - that his job finished after the loan documents were signed…
Living and working in WA, with the geographical isolation that it presents, develops a different perspective and a sense of self-destiny amongst its residents that may be a little different to elsewhere in Australia. Maybe that's why the can-do, entrepreneurial spirit is so strong.
One of my real bug-bears is companies that try and push you to condense the time-frame for delivering a course. In my humble opinion, a Certificate IV in Finance/Mortgage Broking should take around three to four weeks to complete.
My business is kicking butt and I’m telling all of my clients and subscribers how well I’m doing. I’m even sending them video house tours where I get to chat about how exciting my day has been.
The Sydney market has been the “hottest” property market over the past 6 months, with dwelling values increasing by approximately 11 per cent since June and 13.2 per cent during the course of 2013.
The number of overseas migrants moving to Australia has jumped by 20 per cent over the last two years which is good news for the local property market.
Changes to the Privacy Act take effect in March 2014 and some people who would be approved for finance today, may struggle under the new legislation.
Isn’t it frustrating when you have a fantastic product, you give great service, your prices are competitive - and you still have to keep advertising to get new business?
It’s being bantered all over the press everywhere, the property market has out priced First Home Buyers and they have magically disappeared from the market place…They are gone and don’t look to return anytime soon…
Being short of ready funds is no reason your client has to miss out on a great investment opportunity. Even if the banks won't help, there are alternative ways to access funding.
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