Everything You Didn’t Know About Property And Mortgages, But Wish You Did!
Approved! Financing Your Property Dream is the smart home buyers guide to mortgages, property, investing and making your dreams reality. This easy to read book will teach you:
•Five things you must know before buying a property and mortgage – don’t approach any bank or broker before understanding this. •How to maximise your chances of getting your loan approved – including help on deposit savings and working out how much you can borrow. •The mortgage and property process explained in six easy steps – with the five stressful mortgage mistakes to avoid. •Tips to getting smarter with your money – and how to pay off your home loan in record time. •The accidental investor vs. the planned investor – and why most Australians invest for the wrong reasons.
The Great Australian Dream of owning your own property, or starting an investment portfolio, can become a great Australian nightmare if you don’t have the right knowledge and team to support you and your dreams.
So before taking your next step, read this book carefully and get the insider tips to make confident decisions with your money and your future.
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Paperback. Pub Date: 2010 Pages: 215 Publisher: John Wiley An in-depth look at why a commercial real estate collapse is inevitable. And how to survive itThe Commercial Real Estate Tsunami is the first book to address the phenomenon of the pending wave of commercial debt maturities coming due in the next five years. and the impact those maturities will have on the commercial real estate markets when combined with the historic economic crisis the world is experiencing at this time.Drawing on the knowledge of recognized experts in the commercial real estate industry and financial markets. as well as lessons learned from the commercial real estate downturns of the 1980s and 1990s. author Tony Wood fills a void in our understanding of the causes of the crisis and what to expect in the future.Sends a warning to the commercial real estate industry. and offers concrete solutions to …