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  • 18 habits of successful property investors -Part two - Brad Teal Real Estate
    s problem you ll make money 11 EMBRACE CHANGE It s often said the only constant in life is change See change as an opportunity and take advantage of the prospects that change presents Property markets interest rates market sentiment and supply and demand all change but whenever change occurs it opens up fantastic possibilities If you re committed to moving forward you ll have to step out of your comfort zone 12 THEY INVEST AND DON T SPECULATE Speculation is based on hope Investment is based on facts Speculators look for the next hotspot or latest fad and hope things will work out Successful investors recognise that it s not very exciting to buy property and wait for it to increase in value but they don t look for excitement in their investments Rather than trying to pick their next hotspot investors follow strong longstanding trends 13 BUILD A COMPETENT TEAM Successful investors surround themselves with people they trust who know more than they do They don t expect to do everything themselves and they aren t afraid to pay for good advice It s often said that if you re the smartest person in your team you re in trouble 14 HAVE LEARNED TO USE DEBT WISELY Successful investors aren t scared of taking on debt While beginning investors use finance to buy properties sophisticated investors understand that once they have a property portfolio they can borrow against it and use finance to fund their lifestyle 15 BELONG TO A GROUP OF LIKE MINDED PEOPLE Successful investors have learned to hang out with winners not whingers Find a group of like minded people and meet with them regularly to help you in your investment endeavours Learn what makes winners and copy their habits 16 ACT WITH INTEGRITY I

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  • 18 habits of successful property investors -Part one - Brad Teal Real Estate
    2 TREAT THEIR INVESTMENTS LIKE A BUSINESS Successful investors realise it s not how much money they make that matters it s how hard their money works for them and how much they keep that counts For this reason they treat their investments like a business They re financially fluent and understand the system of finance tax and the law They get the right type of finance and set up financial buffers to buy themselves time through the ups and downs of the property cycle They establish the correct ownership and asset protection structures and know how to use legally use the taxation system to their advantage Devising a business plan allows investors to establish and achieve their short and long term goals identifying objectives and determining a viable course of action to attain them 3 CONTINUE TO EDUCATE THEMSELVES Most Australian s want to improve grow and lift their personal ceilings of achievement However many think they can do this through trial and error learning from their mistakes Sure you can learn this way but only so far and so fast In contrast seeking out and learning from mentors who have achieved what you want to achieve can help raise your level of success dramatically and in a relatively short period of time That s why sophisticated investors are prepared to invest in their education and never stop learning They keep reading attending seminars and learning from mentors and mastermind groups They make the effort to stay educated adapting to market and regulatory changes as well as economic trends recognising this as an investment in their future 4 THINK BIG While the average Australian is content on buying a home and slowly paying it off those who become financially free paint a much bigger picture for themselves They see themselves building a substantial property investment portfolio that will one day replace the income from their day job There s nothing new about this one of Donald Trump s favourite saying has always been think big 5 KNOW THEIR MARKETS Effective property investors gain an unfair advantage by acquiring an in depth knowledge in their selected markets The more they understand a particular market the more qualified they ll be to make sound business decisions Successful investors like to invest in an imperfect market This means they re more likely to buy an investment at a price below its true value Let me explain this in more detail The world of shares isn t a completely perfect market but it s about as perfect as it gets because it s a liquid market where investors are well informed You can buy stocks at the same price as anybody else and the overall marketplace has equal information Whereas real estate is an imperfect market allowing investors to by properties at 10 15 or even 20 per cent below real market value I can do this every time and so can you because information contact and expertise help you get an insiders

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  • Property Provides Solid Returns - Brad Teal Real Estate
    for Lease Sale Property Alerts Rental Property Alerts Commercial Appraisal Form Why have Brad Teal manage your commercial property Finance About Teal Financial Services Types Of Loans Teal Financial Services Staff Profiles Finance Calculators Contact Teal Financial Services About Company Profile Careers Staff Profiles Ascot Vale Avondale Heights Brunswick Caroline Springs Coburg Essendon Keilor Pascoe Vale Contact News Articles Community Events News Property Provides Solid Returns Published Monday 15 August 2011 Written by ENZO RAIMONDO chief executive REIV Recent sharemarket turmoil shows the benefits of property in your portfolio The recent falls in the sharemarket here and overseas are a timely reminder of the benefits of a diversified investment portfolio that includes property In the past 20 years investment in Melbourne property brought better returns than the sharemarket with a recent study by Ashton de Silva and Gavin Wood published by RMIT University showing that housing was a solid long term investment The study focused on 500 000 sales and the typical rates of appreciation in 108 property market segments between 1990 and last year This period included the 1991 recession the Asian financial crisis the 2001 recession and the global financial crisis The result was compared with gains from

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  • Think big, think bold - Brad Teal Real Estate
    designer Andrew Mitchell of Urban Pad The owner of this tiny two bedroom Abbotsford terrace extended the back about 10 years ago adding a bathroom and bedroom upstairs But he wasn t happy with the bland finishes and he wanted more storage and bench space in the kitchen This is a tiny space which has been made bigger by incorporating a stainless steel table into the kitchen bench putting drawers under the stairs which are topped off with a cutout metal screen Picture Craig Sillitoe The kitchen was a pale veneer says Mr Mitchell who replaced the old dining table with a combo dining table and work bench The dining end of the bench is topped with stainless steel with practical speckled Corian on the work area closest to the kitchen The big gain is a bank of drawers under the bench Eight stools tuck under the custom made table which has stainless steel legs It s not for everyone Mr Mitchell says It suits the owner because he doesn t entertain formally The old cupboards and drawers were replaced with a dark timber veneer and a pendant light went over the table A perforated aluminium screen made by Collingwood company Tait Enterprises was installed beside the stairs replacing the timber and stainless steel wire handrail The screen is a stylised forest design that also looks great at night as the light on the stairs glows through it says Mr Mitchell whose job was made easier by a receptive client open to new concepts For the space under the stairs Mr Mitchell designed six deep drawers like a Japanese step Tansu cabinet With simple grab holes instead of fancy handles they don t detract from the screen The pale timber floor was stained darker and textured paper added to a

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  • Decorating Ideas For Cold Houses - Brad Teal Real Estate
    not only keep warm but wind down due to the lack of accessible food resources Luckily as humans we are able to adapt to the harsh conditions Mother Nature throws us We can ramp up the temperature in the home and office layer ourselves with more clothes and heat our bodies from the inside with hot soups and drinks Even though we find it easy to keep warm we naturally gravitate to the inside of our homes to stay warm and cosy in the winter periods Most people associate colours like red orange and browns to keep you warm and nurtured but don t ignore the crisp whites and blues to keep you comfortable when you are decorating in winter Winter for some lucky people means time on the snowfields and being surrounded by blinding white snow against a perfect blue sky There is a certain crispness and sense of being alive that comes with the winter whites and blue Cold you say It certainly is but it is all in the application Cold surfaces like white stone kitchen bench tops can be balanced with a range of textural surfaces A splashback of tumbled handmade tiles with a non glossy finish and accessorised with either blonde timber bowls or fabric covered bench stools cut down the harshness of the clinical white and creating an area that has not just a sense of warmth but a more inviting mood Blues can still be part of your interior in winter but take the edge off the cool sharpness by using a slightly muddy grey palette and paint your walls and accessorise with textural whites neutrals and add some warm purple for a striking accent A white grey on your walls and on a floor tile might seem a good idea for a

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  • It’s cold outside! How do the winter months affect Melbourne’s property market?- - Brad Teal Real Estate
    Property Alerts Rental Property Alerts Commercial Appraisal Form Why have Brad Teal manage your commercial property Finance About Teal Financial Services Types Of Loans Teal Financial Services Staff Profiles Finance Calculators Contact Teal Financial Services About Company Profile Careers Staff Profiles Ascot Vale Avondale Heights Brunswick Caroline Springs Coburg Essendon Keilor Pascoe Vale Contact News Articles Community Events News It s cold outside How do the winter months affect Melbourne s property market Published Wednesday 13 July 2011 Melbourne s winter is known for being particularly chilly and this year is certainly no exception Right across Melbourne winter has traditionally seen the number of properties for sale on the market reduce a pattern which as expected has continued this year There are pros and cons of selling a property at any time of year Auctions often take advantage of the warmer weather a time when visiting open for inspections is a more inviting prospect In saying that house hunting continues all year round and with a lower number of properties on the market during winter those looking to sell have the benefit of less competition to attract their potential buyer Historically despite the drop in auction numbers over winter the clearance rate hasn t differed greatly The clearance rate refers to the percentage of properties that sell at auction The below research from REIV helps breakdown the Victorian figures from the last four years 2010 The clearance rate in winter was 68 compared to 63 in spring summer There were 647 auctions per week in winter and 778 in spring summer The winter months last year saw an unseasonably high volume of auctions 2009 The clearance rate in winter was 85 compared to 82 in spring summer From a volume perspective there were 419 auctions per week in winter and

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  • Property Investment - How To Drive Your Dollar Further - Brad Teal Real Estate
    Landlord Services Why have Brad Teal manage your property Rental Appraisal Request Form Transfer your property to Brad Teal Tenant Services Tenant Maintenance Request Form After Hours Tenant Vacate Form Tenancy Application Form Commercial Properties for Sale Properties for Lease Sale Property Alerts Rental Property Alerts Commercial Appraisal Form Why have Brad Teal manage your commercial property Finance About Teal Financial Services Types Of Loans Teal Financial Services Staff Profiles Finance Calculators Contact Teal Financial Services About Company Profile Careers Staff Profiles Ascot Vale Avondale Heights Brunswick Caroline Springs Coburg Essendon Keilor Pascoe Vale Contact News Articles Community Events News Property Investment How To Drive Your Dollar Further Published Thursday 16 June 2011 The creation of a property portfolio is a planned and calculated process it takes time and consideration The benefits of creating an investment portfolio are many With a well thought out planning process a portfolio can provide a successful income producing asset an income stream from rent afford tax deductions create long term wealth through capital growth and over time collateral security for further investment This planning stage is crucial to determine local property trends the organisation of finance and the development of a relationship with a property expert who s right for you The property search stage is equally as important and can be guided by your agent When considering where and what to buy an initial checklist includes Location high growth areas with significant capital growth potential Close to amenities such as schools and public transport Appealing to your rental demographic Aesthetically pleasing and sustainable landscaping Low maintenance By following this process and using your real estate agent as a source of advice and information you will create a quality property portfolio equating to longer term tenants potentially above average rental returns and capital growth

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  • Taking Real Estate To New Heights - Brad Teal Real Estate
    Services Tenant Maintenance Request Form After Hours Tenant Vacate Form Tenancy Application Form Commercial Properties for Sale Properties for Lease Sale Property Alerts Rental Property Alerts Commercial Appraisal Form Why have Brad Teal manage your commercial property Finance About Teal Financial Services Types Of Loans Teal Financial Services Staff Profiles Finance Calculators Contact Teal Financial Services About Company Profile Careers Staff Profiles Ascot Vale Avondale Heights Brunswick Caroline Springs Coburg Essendon Keilor Pascoe Vale Contact News Articles Community Events News Taking Real Estate To New Heights Published Monday 30 May 2011 We are excited to announce the opening of our brand new office in Avondale Heights The eighth office at 23 Military Road in the ever growing Brad Teal network has been refurbished and provides both sales and property management services It will focus on providing personalised service at a local level with the use of state of the art systems and procedures that give maximum exposure to properties on the market Director Brad Teal sees the location of the office as a natural progression to the current network Our office in Avondale Heights fills the gap between our Flemington Essendon and Keilor offices giving all sales and rental clients

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