[DVD] Building Real Estate Wealth in Changing Property Markets
Thursday 2 October 2008
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced property investor, this new DVD set will answer your questions about property investment in our current market.
By The Landlord
Building Real Estate Wealth in Changing Property Markets (2 x DVD set) $129.95
Michael Yardney gives you his insights gleaned from over 30 years in property.
He has successfully invested in and traded through five property cycles and has
probably educated more Australasian property investors than anyone else.
You will learn:
• Why to invest in residential property and what type of properties to buy –
over the next few years the property investment strategies that served you well
in the past may not work any more
• Some of the biggest mistakes investors make and why most property investors
never get the financial independence they strive for
• Lessons learned from past property cycles so you can use the opportunities
our current property market present
• The type of research Yardney undertakes to outperform the markets and find
the next ‘hot spot’
• The what, where and when of choosing a top-performing property investment
– one that outperforms the market
• The fundamental drivers of property price movements
• How the professionals manufacture capital growth through property renovations
and property development
• How to overcome the fear of debt by understanding how the wealthy use debt differently to the average Kiwi
• The importance of mindset. In an extended session Yardney will explain how the rich and successful property investors think differently to the average investor.
Michael Yardney is a director of Metropole Property Investment Strategists, a best-selling author,
and of one of Australia’s leading experts in wealth creation through property. Let him show you the
key to aspects of how and where to invest successfully in our changing property markets.
To order your own copy please visit Good Returns Bookstore or click here
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