Property Investment Queensland

Property Investors in Queensland

Buying a property for investment in Queensland can be exciting or scary, with many things to watch out for. When it comes to investing in property, there’s a lot of information out there about what to do to be successful. It’s just as important to know what mistakes to avoid so you don’t become a statistic. Many people want to make it big in real estate, but only a few will get beyond their first investment in Queensland and become truly wealthy. It’s important to be careful when choosing property for investment in Gold Coast and have a experienced buyer agent to help make the best investment decisions.

As Queensland buyers’ agents, we have trailor made strategies for you, additionally the local knowledge and experience to get the best outcome and work on your behalf to save you time and money. We are passionate about finding the right property for investment in Queensland area that match your needs and can handle the process from beginning to end, being there every step of the way.

Goal-Oriented Approach

As a successful buyer's agent, we prioritize clear objectives, guiding their investment decisions toward rental income, capital appreciation, or both.

Smart Negotiators

As an experienced buyer's agent, we know how to pitch the right offer and get a yes from the agent, beat the competition and without overpaying.

Location Assesment

As an experienced property investors, we understand the importance of location in real estate. A strategic location can impact the success of our investment.

Risk Mangement

We recognize that real estate carries inherent risks, and they take steps to mitigate them. As we are adept at managing risk in our investment portfolio.

Key Considerations for Property Investment

When looking for investment a property in Queensland it is important to make sure you have some clear goals defined. It is also very important to have ways of measuring these goals.
Some of the ways to work out if a property is a good investment is to look at metrics such as Rental Yield and Capital Growth in the area.

Location is also another area that needs to be considered. If it is a growth suburb or has lack of employment opportunities it can dramatically affect your investment.

Key Considerations for Property Investment in queensland
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SMSF Investments

A self managed super fund (SMSF) is a trust structure which is used to manage retirement savings on behalf of the fund’s members. Investing in property as part of a SMSF is a popular superannuation strategy as it is tax effective and provides excellent financial benefits.

Buying property via a self-managed super fund (SMSF) is a smart strategy which enables you to earn superior returns in a highly tax effective manner. Anuj Associates will assist you to choose and buy the best investment property in Queensland to add to your superannuation fund.

The beauty of buying property with your super fund is that it doesn’t affect your daily cashflow. As with all superannuation investments, and that’s where we come in. We will not only give you the edge in the property market, we’re also experienced in assisting people buy investment property with a super and helping our customers make the right choice and get the best returns.

Navigating Captial Growth

Capital growth, is an increase in the value of your property over time. Capital growth is measured by taking the difference between the current value, or market value, of your home and its purchase price at the time it was you bought.

A strong capital growth is roughly inflation plus 4 to 5 per cent annually over the long term. If you are achieving at growth rates at between 6.5 per cent and 7.5 you are doing well.

Capital Growth for property investment in Queensland
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Choosing the right Location

Location, Location, Location is a very familiar catch phrase in real estate and for good reasons. Making sure you get the right location is critical. It is important to note though that the right location now could look very different in the future.

As part of our research, we look for properties that at the moment may not be something people are looking to closely at but in the next 5 to 10 years they will be come hot spots. To do this we look at metrics such as demographics, employment prospects and future infrastructure projects such as roads, schools, shopping centers and sporting projects.

Hidden Costs in Real Estate

Investing in real estate can make you money, but you need to know about extra costs that can hurt your profits. Apart from the price of the property, there are other expenses that can come up during your investment. Knowing about these costs is important for making smart investment choices.

 

  • Insurance & Strata fees

  • Vacancy costs

  • Building inspection & Maintenance fees

  • Stamp duty & Pest Inspections

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Anuj Associates helps you choose the best property investment area. You can also consider the following factors when choosing an investment property:

  • Look for an area with a long, proven history of strong capital growth
  • Not all land is created equal
  • Some suburbs will be more popular than others, with more scarcity and greater potential for value increase
  • Top performance is often tied to demographics in the area
  • Look for suburbs with increasing wages and disposable income
  • Discretionary locations: most expensive locations where residents have lived for a long time and paid off home loans years ago; established inner-ring suburbs or suburbs close to water
  • Aspirational locations: upper-middle-class areas and gentrifying locations of big cities; suburbs where affluent millennials are aspiring to move
  • There are 3 types of property:
    • A-Grade and “investment grade” properties are desirable
    • B-grade properties perform well in hot markets, but slump in downtimes
    • C-grade properties should be avoided
  • Look for properties that have:
    • Below intrinsic value
    • High land to asset ratio
    • Unique features
    • Potential for capital growth through renovation
  • Ask yourself:
    • What you want to achieve from your property portfolio
    • What actions are needed
    • Who can help you achieve your goals with minimal risk.
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