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  1. Banawarra liked willair's post in the thread My portfolio. Does this look ok?.

    Frank it may take a while to see the opportunities for yourself all the so called simply questions of what and when for yourself then...

    7th Dec, 2019 at 2:27 AM
  2. QldKoolies liked kierank's post in the thread Should we give up on Brisbane?.

    I live on 5 acres on the southside: 20kms to CBD (25 mins non-peak) 24 kms to Brisbane Airport (22 mins non-peak) 90 kms to our...

    7th Dec, 2019 at 2:08 AM
  3. QldKoolies liked Codie's post in the thread Should we give up on Brisbane?.

    At the same time I will add, I don't believe brisbanites would want a huge influx of people with out infustructure catching up. Sydney...

    7th Dec, 2019 at 2:05 AM
  4. KateSydney liked 2FAST4U's post in the thread Why has your household cut back on spending?.

    The cost of living has forced my household to cut back on discretionary spending. I've also read a few finance books recently (including...

    7th Dec, 2019 at 1:58 AM
  5. KateSydney liked Maximus's post in the thread Why has your household cut back on spending?.

    Very good advice as even though i feel the Sydney property market is overvalued i still see value in certain areas and i have been...

    7th Dec, 2019 at 1:54 AM
  6. KateSydney liked Peter_Tersteeg's post in the thread Why has your household cut back on spending?.

    Whatever you do, don't simply resign yourself to renting for life. Do something with your money. If you can't buy in a suitable...

    7th Dec, 2019 at 1:52 AM
  7. KateSydney liked Marg4000's post in the thread Why has your household cut back on spending?.

    Home ownership is attainable for the working class. It may NOT be attainable in every suburb in every city. @skater has...

    7th Dec, 2019 at 1:49 AM
  8. Tenex replied to the thread Why has your household cut back on spending?.

    There are a few big reasons and some smaller reasons for it. The big ones are Consumer sentiment. APRA had a knee jerk reaction to...

    7th Dec, 2019 at 1:26 AM
  9. helena83 replied to the thread Here's a video you wont easily forget.

    I'm a bit confused by some of the comments here. Yes this person has FUM primarily in emerging markets. And sure, that could be seen as...

    7th Dec, 2019 at 12:59 AM
  10. craigc replied to the thread Westpac's Bill Evans: 0.25% RBA cash rate by June 2020; QE to follow.

    Hey willair there is - see my post to other trolls. Don’t feed the trolls oxygen. To do this - Select the user name - then ignore. Good...

    7th Dec, 2019 at 12:51 AM
  11. craigc liked # 1's post in the thread Westpac's Bill Evans: 0.25% RBA cash rate by June 2020; QE to follow.

    I bought some Westpac shares today. Assuming QE happens here, then it will devalue the AUD, so probably best not to hold cash. The QE in...

    7th Dec, 2019 at 12:44 AM
  12. datto liked See Change's post in the thread NSW Dead man on the lawn.

    Wasn't a property manager was it ... Cliff

    7th Dec, 2019 at 12:44 AM
  13. datto liked Kelvin Cunnington's post in the thread NSW Dead man on the lawn.

    Was it this guy? [ATTACH]

    gnome.jpg 7th Dec, 2019 at 12:43 AM
  14. craigc liked Peter_Tersteeg's post in the thread Dash Dot Buyers Agents.

    I've been dealing with buyers agents for about 15 years. There's a few that I'd be very happy to recommend and I think offer excellent...

    7th Dec, 2019 at 12:37 AM
  15. thatbum replied to the thread Legal Tip 197: Consider the remarriage Risk when doing a Will.

    Not even close to enough information to even give a rough answer. I can say that the kids don't get their own portion of the asset pool...

    7th Dec, 2019 at 12:35 AM
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