How Do I Find Cash Flow Positive Investment Property?
Finding a cash flow positive property has been getting harder and harder to find as prices and interest rates have increased in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane over the last few years.
That said there are some incredible opportunities if you are prepared to think a little bit outside the box and get active as an investor.
Current example – Imagine buying an investment-grade property in Brisbane for $550,000 and renting it out for $500 a week, and then building a 2-bedroom granny flat for $200,000 and renting it out for another $400 a week.
These types of properties are still very much available if you know where to look.
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