Well that’s impressive. I’m definitely getting screwed
What are people paying on INV loan P&I with >$750k with big four?
Add 30% to the price quoted by builder.
i.e. 4/2/2 Carlisle range $300k + $100 = $400k
Moved out at 25 - into my first PPOR. Funny how things do full 360 as I just moved back in that place 10 years later. Was rented out for 8 years...
Nope - I got off for 8 years on PPOR rates on IP property.
Apparently they are stricter post RC.
Eltham all day. Strong demand also.
I read somewhere if the household income was >$300k you are in top 2% nation wide.
I thought it be much higher - at the household level.
I suspect if you ask the majority of the 10% - they would say they don't feel like "they are in the money".
Love love love it. Sold my PPOR last week and honestly utilized their principals (presentation - price - marketing).
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Why so high and I'm on IO so property is cash flow positive month to month and negatively geared come tax time (largely C/O depreciation).
You're over an hour by car from Boronia to Moorabbin. :(
So yield on debt, not purchase price? My yield on debt for the same property is ~7%. It's getting better and better today :p
I tend to agree. My very first property has a yield of ~3% when looking at today's value VS ~5.5% if compared to original purchase price in 2009.
Arrrrr the good old Gold vs Fiat money debate :D
Very much stabilised / gone flat in terms of price. Good properties are still selling... inferior products are sitting on the market for longer...
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