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A Podcast Good For Your Wealth!

By |2018-07-25T23:39:39+00:00July 25th, 2018|Bitcoin, Finance, Insurance, Investing, Investment Property, Market Place Review, Mortgages, News|

Who wants to listen to a cheesy show about making money and showing off about how much they know? Well if it’s going to be that kind of party I’ll go stick my face in some mashed potatoes  - it’s high time that someone starts getting real about how they talk about financial literacy. The

Property Investors Beware!

By |2018-07-23T22:13:44+00:00July 23rd, 2018|Finance, Interest Rates, Investing, Investment Property, News|

You could be smoking crack or selling babies on eBay, but no this is way, waaaaaaaay worse - you're a property investor! All your non-property investor friends think you’ve run off and joined a cult, your uncle thinks you’re insane for borrowing that amount of money, and the only one excited is your mortgage adviser!!

3 Vicious traps for home buyers!

By |2018-07-18T04:47:46+00:00July 18th, 2018|Finance, Interest Rates, Investing, Investment Property|

Imagine you're dying of cancer - would you be willing to do almost anything to win back good health? In a battle for life and death, what would you do to win? There are 3 traps that snare many home buyers - here they are, and you won't hear this anywhere else! 1 - The

A Tale of Two Coins – Part Two, the New Monetary System

By |2018-05-09T01:39:47+00:00May 9th, 2018|Bitcoin, Investing, News|

Righto, let’s continue our tale of two coins - last time I covered the current monetary system. Our ‘fiat’ currency doesn’t represent what we think it does (we think it’s an asset but it’s merely a credit note). As uncomfortable as it makes people like me that do what I do, there’s new money on

A tale of two coins

By |2018-05-03T23:05:54+00:00April 30th, 2018|Bitcoin, Finance, Investing, News|

Righto, let’s have a crack at a topic that people like me don’t like talking about. The main reason why is because it’s new, and anything new, especially when it has the potential to change the status quo, makes one feel uncomfortable. Do you kind of feel the same way? So yeah, this stuff scares

When is it okay to pop a boat on a house?

By |2018-04-09T21:32:52+00:00April 9th, 2018|Finance, Investing, Mortgages|

Never! A boat: A wedge-shaped fibreglass hole in the water large enough to absorb all your disposable income. If the weather's right, if you have time, and if it doesn’t need maintenance and repair, you’ll have a great day on the water every time! Now do I endorse borrowing to put anything on the house

When’s it okay to renovate?

By |2018-03-28T01:44:05+00:00March 21st, 2018|Finance, Investing, Mortgages|

I’ve seen this story play out a hundred times in the last couple of years: First home is great, then come the children and the walls start moving in like that scene from Star Wars. The house just isn’t big enough anymore and it’s time for a change. The kitchen needs work, you need another

When’s it okay to put a pool on the house?

By |2018-03-28T01:45:55+00:00March 15th, 2018|Finance, Investing, Mortgages|

‘Never, it should go next to the house!’ - said some smart-ass in the corner. You know what I’m talking about right though- you own a home with a backyard that’s simply crying out for it - ‘gimme a pool!!!’ You potentially had one as a child and you had fond memories of having your

When’s it okay to pop a car on the house?

By |2018-03-28T01:57:22+00:00March 7th, 2018|Finance, Investing, Mortgages|

The latest generation of homeowner is far more likely to borrow against the value of their home, to buy stuff that does not increase in value, like a car. Is this right or wrong? Grandpa says it's wrong, your dad’s done it though, and you’re all about it - but should you be? Getting into

What makes a good rental property?

By |2017-11-30T23:10:14+00:00November 30th, 2017|Finance, Investing, Mortgages, Tomorrow's U|

Possibly every first-time property investor has asked me this question. Understandably, if you’re making the call to buy an investment property, you’re comfortable with exceedingly large amounts of debt and taking a risk, for the promise of return down the line. If you’ve read the article on the MRTMAD method and tomorrow’s you, then you’ll