Property Is a Girl's Best Friend
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|Format: ||Paperback, 346 pages|
|Other Information: ||Illustrations (black and white)|
|Published In: ||Australia, 24 August 2009|
Whether you're 18 or 80, whether you have $800 or $800 000, you can invest in property ? you just need the know-how. Property is a Girl's Best Friend is the essential property investing guide for Australian and New Zealand women who want financial freedom. With case studies and hot tips to inspire and guide you, let Propertywomen.com show you: *7 property investing strategies for capital gain and cash flow ? find out which suits your personality * the 25 steps to teach you property investing * techniques to uncover great deals that one property woman used to buy 26 properties in just 28 months *16 ways for you to eliminate costly habits that hold you back financially how one property woman made $1 million in just one year with a $1 option *11 top tips to reduce tax legally and increase cash flow. Move over diamonds, property is now a girl's best friend! Property is a Girl's Best Friend is the essential property investing guide for Australian and New Zealand women who want financial freedom.
Table of Contents
Foreword. About the authors. Acknowledgements. Introduction: Property: a girl?s best friend ?Rachel Barnes. 1 Mindsets: getting your mind over the matter ? Annie Stoker. 2 Budgets: creating a snapshot of your finances ? Lidia Sherwin. 3 Networking: it?s all about who you know ? Rachel Barnes. 4 Property-investment strategies: choosing the perfect fit ? Rachel Barnes. 5 Cash flow and gearing: making property pay its way ? Rachel Barnes. 6 Renovation: creating instant equity ? Judith Taylor. 7 Subdivision and development: high risk, high reward ? Jo Chivers. 8 Research: the way to capital growth and yield ? Jenny Storey. 9 Analysing a deal: how do the numbers stack up? ? Robyn Marsters. 10 Negotiation: how to get what you want ? Rachel Barnes. 11 A legal perspective: buying and selling property ? Rob Balanda. 12 Joint ventures: when time poor met cash poor ? Rob Balanda. 13 Finding finance: the key to property wealth ? Lidia Sherwin. 14 Taxation: make the most of your investment ? Pat Fleming. 15 Holding title: legal and tax ramifications of ownership structures ? Pat Fleming. 16 Options: buying time ? Melanie MacDonald. 17 Property management: looking after your asset ? Carolyn Wright. 18 Step-by-step property investing ? Rachel Barnes. Glossary. Further resources. Index.
About the Author
Propertywomen.com provides independent education, information, inspiration and association for women involved in property. Propertywomen.com has helped many women turn their lives around, take control of their future and have fun. Why not you?
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