Hi all, As we all know, there are two main financial factors in property: CG and yield. We all care about both of these factors, but I think in general each one of us is either more inclined to CG or to yield. Personally I'm a more CG kind of guy. For me property investment is all about leverage, and CG is where the leverage comes into play and one can increase wealth substantially. However, CG properties tend to be negatively geared and need financial TLC until they can be self sustaining (if ever). I'm only starting on my property investment journey here in Australia (has some good success overseas where I come from) and was wondering what is the minimum rental yield that you will accept in investing in a property for CG purposes? For me, assuming there is good deprecation, 4.7% is the minimum (still neg geared) with 5.2% to be a target that will give me neutral gearing (assuming all funds are loaned). So, what do you all look for when assessing the rental yield of a potential property?