HOW MUCH CAN I MAKE?


To answer that question, there are several important things to consider.
ONE: The price you purchase at
TWO: Time frame for investment
THREE: Past, proven, historical gains
FOUR: The downside                    

1. PRICES: “I think the price is not that cheap

The AVERAGE  Australian capital city new apartment price is 35% higher than in Brisbane, Melbourne is 45% higher, and Sydney is an incredible 127% more expensive! 



So it’s actually a great price per sq. metre.

Of course there will always be lesser quality developments at cheaper prices.

BUT DID YOU KNOW THAT OVER THE PAST 15 YEARS:

Sydney and Brisbane apartments have performed virtually identically. (Up to Jan 2018). Many people find that hard to believe having seen the Sydney market over the last 5 years..BUT, Sydney did not perform for the FIRST 5 of that 15 years, and Brisbane has not performed for the last 5, which brings us to the next point... 

2. TIME FRAME FOR INVESTMENT

With this location, with this quality, at these prices, then you’d have to think that over the next 5-7 years, you can see a potentially really strong return. There’s actually no reason to believe anything else. Brisbane is on the way up, and this price will not ever be available in the future.
These apartments are being offered at TODAY’S price, supported by numerous bank valuations, at the lowest sq. m RATES FOR NEW BUILD IN THE WORLD, IN ONE IF THE FASTEST GROWING CITIES.

The historical trend has always been up, in a nice and steady way.
There has never been, and in our view, will not be, a major downturn at all. We feel there is a lot of upside potential, over the long term. Short term “traders” may be disappointed, long term investors will be rewarded. 



3. HOW MUCH DO YOU THINK IT COULD GO UP?

If you decide to secure an apartment, and the next 15 years is the same as the last 15 years, you will get over 316% return on your investment, in just 15 years!*

We actually think the next 15 years will be significantly even better, due to the catch up coming. While no one can predict the future of course, the past is often a guide as to what is likely to happen in the future. 

*According to the official Residex Corelogic Brisbane apartment index Jan 2003 to Jan 2018 (15 years) the average Brisbane apartment is up 95%.

Therefore a $300,000 apartment secured on 30% deposit in 2003, is now worth say $585,000.

Return is                                    $585,000 

less 70% loan:                          $210,000

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 $375,000

on $90,000 initial investment.

Your ROI (Return on Investment) is therefore 316%. 

<$90,000 investment turns into $375,000>**

4. THE DOWNSIDE

After you do secure an apartment for some reason the market only performs half as well over the next 15 YEARS as it has done in the past 15 years, you’ll still make over 158% return on your own capital in 15 years! Still not too shabby!

Compared to perhaps 3% per year in cash deposits left in the bank.

The downside is well protected because you are buying in at the right time in the property cycle. In a great location, at a great price.

There is also strong upside potential, and in fact based on all indicators, it would seem likely the next 15 years should be at least as good if not better than the past 15 years.


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These secrets to property investing are really not secrets at all according to Michael Bentley, author of “The Foreign Investors guide to Australian Property” and Managing Director at Citylife International:

"First, always buy in a GREAT location, even if it costs a bit more. Second, be PATIENT! Buy for the long term, and reap all the benefits."


"Third, buy from trustworthy people and companies, who are with you all the way" he says.

*Think shares would be better? See our report, “Shares v Property” here

Still think cash is “safer?” See our report “CASH IS KING” here

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(*Simplified ROI, excluding calculating rental return, and purchase costs)