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  • Why You Should Invest in Co-Living Investment Properties

    Over the last few years, people moved closer to cities to get easy access to jobs, schools, and business districts. This trend, plus a smaller number of multifamily dwellings makes rent higher in some markets to the point that even professionals who are in the higher salary bracket struggle to afford rent on 1 and 2-bedroom apartments. While rents have increased over the past 20 years, salaries have remained somehow stagnant for most Australians. Photo: Unsplash Millennials, the main market of Australia’s multifamily tenant market, does not have enough income stream - and are more likely in debt, greatly affecting their ability to afford typical apartment rents. In other cities where the overall cost of living has increased dramatically, workers in blue-collar and service professions—teachers, nurses, and public sector employees—are particularly vulnerable to rising rents and often forced to consider moving out of urban cores or into alternative housing models. Co-living is an alternative solution to more affordable living. Instead of townhouses and apartments, any resident who does not earn a substantial amount may consider co-living. This allows them to be within the city plus a living experience that brings the best of what a vibrant city offers: diversity, community, and access. Co-living also offers affordable living for retirees and pensioners. Residents occupy a bedroom with ensuite in a shared house environment under a shared tenancies lease. Each room, with a full ensuite and wardrobe, is a secure private space for each resident to enjoy. Encouraging socialisation and easing feelings of loneliness, the kitchen, living, and dining area in the home is a shared space where residents can enjoy socialising with their housemates. Coliving VS Multifamily Investment Properties Co-Living offers personal space, community, and security to people who may have been in Multifamily situations. Co-living developers are able to save more than half on cost per bed despite spending slightly more on construction. The increased density of co-living properties typically increases the cost of construction compared to multifamily properties because the interior finish and mechanical, engineering, and plumbing (MEP) cost increase as well. However, despite this increased cost in construction, the enormous increase in the number of beds helps offset this cost. The revenue that can be generated by the high number of beds outweighs the additional upfront cost of construction, enabling co-living investors to expect a higher gross income compared to the traditional multifamily design. The owners are not the only winners, though; they are able to secure higher per-square-foot rents at the same time as co-living residents benefit from a decreased cost of living. A bed at a co-living community can cost as LITTLE as $300 per week, less for a property in suburban and regional situations. Not only do residents save on rent, but co-living properties cover expenses such as utilities, WiFi, and furniture as well as comradery and support of the other occupants. Common estimates that residents save on average of over $450 per month compared to a studio apartment. Currently, we offer both Standard and Seniors Coliving investment properties that are fully managed. Please call or email to discover how we can help you become part of this new property investment trend. Reserve your spot as it’s a 1st come first serve due to land availability.

  • Negative Cash Flow? Here’s how you CAN AVOID it

    Similarly, as water can stream in two ways, income can as well. As a cash flow investor, the last thing you need is negative income that goes down the drain. Let's break it down. Negative cash flow can be avoided or at least minimised if not totally avoided. Understanding the common reasons and what to do to address it is key. Photo: Unsplash Below are common reasons why an investor experience negative cash flow: Late rental payments Higher Vacancy rate than expected Emergency Maintenance repairs that out of budget Financing with an LTV higher than 75% results in a bigger mortgage payment that leaves too little of a cash flow cushion in case income is low or expenses are high So to avoid that, here are some of the best ways to increase your cash flow shared by property experts; 1. Strategise and Plan ahead A long-term plan and a strategy to reach your cash flow goals is key. Do not let yourself purchase any property that would cost you more expenses than income. If you think you’ll have a hard time getting a tenant for a rental property - talk to a property management company, or get a deal with a rental guarantee for at least a year to get a good footing and benchmark before you fully manage yourself. There will always be lean days and all you can do is to be a bit conservative in your projections. 2. Location = Cashflow With Positive Income Properties, we are always after location growth and potential. Some property markets are good for appreciation, others for positive cash flow. You may also find that within the same market, there are areas loaded with ‘cash cow’ rentals, while just a few blocks away you can barely break even because the prices are so high. 3. Outgoings VS Incoming Your goal with a cash flow property is to maximize the money you have leftover at the end of the day. Of course, you want to give your tenants a nice place to live in exchange for fair market rent, but never spend more money than you have to. In fact, with many of the best cash flow properties, renovating or upgrading is not the ONLY solution. It will not guarantee an increase in rents, simply due to the nature of the neighborhood or the tenants. 4. Work with the Experts When you’re investing in property in another region or far-off location, having a local team whose interests and compensation is directly aligned with yours is crucial. Discuss with your property consultant what you are after, be clear that your goal is more cash flow. At Positive Income Properties, we have all these and many more points covered so we can deliver a great property experience. Call or email us to start your journey to a new property that will deliver income, growth, and tax benefits.

  • Investing in Luxury Properties - Building a luxury property portfolio

    It's important you know what a luxury property is before you invest. Not all pricey means luxurious - It's not just the price tag that puts a property in this category. It has to be unique and exclusive—in an extraordinarily desirable way. People who have the money do not mind paying for a superior class. High-end property investors want locations with access to luxury activities such as high-end shopping, dining, and the arts, as well as proximity to other luxury homes. A trophy address adds value. Photo: Unsplash Having skylines like most unique offerings of property with a view is an edge too. Any luxury buyers seek the natural beauty of a waterfront location, or at least views of a river, ocean, or lake. Others want countryside or mountainside views. High-end buyers desire many of the same features that all buyers want but on a grander scale. They want privacy and security, sometimes to the point of seclusion. They want beauty inside and out and can afford custom architecture, custom design, over-the-top attention to detail, and opulent finishes. They also want amenities on top of amenities: a chef’s kitchen, luxury pool, expansive owner's suite, and outdoor living space, not to mention home automation, motion detectors, car lifts, and temperature-controlled wine cellars. Many also want space, but you certainly don't need a massive home to live in luxury. When choosing a luxury home, it’s extremely important to think about the aspects of the property that can’t be changed, one expert said. How to Invest in Luxury Real Estate If you want to invest in luxury properties, there are several options to consider. Whether you buy for yourself, to have it rented, or to remodel to sell, here are some options: Sell a High-End Home Invest internationally Buy a luxury apartment Sell A High-End Home Remodelling existing luxury properties is an option that may have the potential for a higher return on investment. Still, you're limited to properties in the inventory that have just the right mix of architecture, condition, and style. Luxury homes tend to be more well-maintained than non-luxury homes, which means there is potential for fewer rehabilitation costs. The downside to this is that competition may be higher among luxury home flippers, but the upside is that there is less competition in the luxury-home market overall. That's because there are fewer people with the know-how to secure financing, negotiate like a pro, and execute a luxury property rehab project at a high level. Invest Overseas Investing in luxury property overseas can have benefits you won't find in your country. It can vary from the capital gains and the capital gains taxes per country. COVID may have changed a lot of things when it comes to serviced accommodation businesses, BUT you can earn additional income from your investment by renting it out while you're away and letting a management company handle the details. Buy a Luxury Apartment Whether you buy a luxury apartment for yourself or to rent out, “spending money on a home located in a great luxury building with amenity and transportation options nearby is the way to go. As always, location matters. Buying in a luxury-looking building with poor transportation options is a poor investment. The services and features the building offers can also make or break your investment. Don't have a full-time doorman? Fine, but what else does your home offer? Views, high ceilings, terraces, all of these features help distinguish your home from other cookie-cutter apartments and can lead to a higher selling rate when it's time to move out. Keep in mind that when you buy luxury real estate, you buy a lifestyle. Private roof decks, swimming pools, common spaces with fitness centres, and maid service or hotel-style services distinguish luxury real estate. Even if there are other new apartments built around the home you buy, these types of properties hold value. We suggest that you look at the great offer we have on the Gold Coast with Regal Residences at Imperial Square. We are about to experience a price increase due to lower stock levels, so call now and see how we can save you $15,00 to $30,000.

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  • Positive Income Properties | Subscribers Deals

    Our Available Property Deals Download Brochures for more details. Contact us if you need more information. Available Lot 4 Narangba QLD 4504 | 2 BEDS Co-Living $446,000 2 2 Land Size: 134m2 Available Lot 4 Narangba QLD 4504 | 3 BEDS Co-Living $456,000 3 3 Land Size: 187m2 Available Lot 3891 Rivermint Street, Griffin QLD 4503 Co-Living $639,990 4 3 +1 Land Size: 192m2 Available Lot 1047 Liberty Drive, Flagstone QLD 4280 Co-Living - Seniors $549,990 4 3 +1 Land Size: 420m2 Available Lot 12 New Road, Hillcrest QLD 4118 Co-Living - Seniors $599,990 4 3 +1 Land Size: 400m2 Available Lot 623 Bush Tucker Drive, Narangba QLD 4504 Co-Living - Seniors $639,990 4 3 +1 Land Size: 475m2 Available Lot 31 Landscape Court, Nambour QLD 4560 Co-Living - Seniors $649,990 4 3 +1 Land Size: 666m2 Available Lot 15 New Road Beachmere QLD 4510 Co-Living - Seniors $652,240 4 3 + 1 Land Size: 891m2 Available Lot 57 Botanica Estate, Logan Reserve QLD 4133 Co-Living - Standard $472,131 4 3 +1 Land Size: 300m2 Available Lot 25 Botanica Estate, Logan Reserve QLD 4133 Co-Living - Standard $487,870 4 3 + 1 Land Size: 390m2 Available Lot 32 Botanica Estate, Logan Reserve QLD 4133 Co-Living - Standard $514,526 4 3 +1 Land Size: 486m2 Available Lot 36 Pinnacle Estate, Holmview QLD 4207 Co-Living - Standard $537,496 4 3 +1 Land Size: 583m2 Available Lot 78 Jensen Road, Caboolture QLD 4510 Dual Occupancy $539,990 3 + 2 2 + 1 Land Size: 400m2 Available Lot 5 Henry Street, Bikeway Estate Brassall QLD 4305 Dual Occupancy $581,789 3 + 1 2 + 1 Land Size: 500 m² Available Lot 7 Andrew Street, Bundamba QLD 4304 Dual Occupancy $587,898 3 + 1 2 + 1 Land Size: 679m2 Available Lot 8 Andrew Street, Bundamba QLD 4304 Dual Occupancy $589,990 3 + 1 2 + 1 Land Size: 611m2 Available Lot 7 New Road, Kingston QLD 4114 Dual Occupancy $610,000 3 + 1 2 + 1 Land Size: 450m2 Available Lot 30 Botanica Estate, Logan Reserve QLD 4133 Dual Occupancy $612,813 3 + 2 2 + 2 Land Size: 583m2 Available Lot 180 Rufus Street, Narangba QLD 4504 Dual Occupancy $614,295 3 + 2 2 + 1 Land Size: 375m2 Available Lot 15 Waterford Park Estate Goonellabah Lismore NSW 2480 Dual Occupancy $693,442 3 + 2 2 + 1 Land Size: 704.2m2 Available Lot 10 Waterford Park Estate Goonellabah Lismore NSW 2480 Dual Occupancy $717,595 3 + 2 2 + 1 Land Size: 976.8m2 Available Lot 8 Boyland Way, The Plateau Flinders View QLD 4305 Duplex $719,805 3 + 3 2 + 1 Land Size: 450m2 Available Lot 1510 Foxglove Street, Caboolture QLD 4510 Duplex $779,990 3 + 3 2 + 2 Land Size: 806m2 Available Lot 69 Dunaden Street, Middleton Park Logan Reserve 4133 House and Land $479,600 4 2 Land Size: 350m2 Available Lot 16 Rosehaven Estate Ipswich, QLD 4340 House and Land $389,900 3 2 Land Size: 510m2 Available Lot 11 Rosehaven Estate Ipswich, QLD 4340 House and Land $434,900 4 2 Land Size: 510m2 Available Lot 43 STAGE 1A, The Outlook Gleneagle QLD 4285 House and Land $445,636 4 2 Land Size: 507 m² Available Lot 61 The Verge Logan Reserve QLD 4133 House and Land $482,650 3 2 Land Size: 391m2 Available L1006 Alkina Estate, Narangba QLD 4504 House and Land $485,000 4 4 Land Size: 222m2 Available Lot 570 Tivoli Ave Covella Estate Greenbank QLD 4124 House and Land $489,977 4 2 Land Size: 350m2 Load More Properties

  • Lot 25 Botanica Estate, Logan Reserve QLD 4133

    Lot 25 Botanica Estate, Logan Reserve QLD 4133 Available $487,870 Property Description CLICK THE IMAGE TO DOWNLOAD BROCHURE CODE: 011 RENTAL RETURN: 9.6% Weekly Rent: $750 - $900 Package Price: $487,870 CO-LIVING HOUSE AND LAND | GREAT LOCATION 4 Bedrooms with WIR and Ensuites Comes Fully-Furnished with Appliances Complete Full-Turn Key Package 3 Year Rental Guarantee Fully Managed For Complete Features - CLICK Image to check Brochure Property Details Property Type Co-Living - Standard Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3 + 1 Contact Agent Sales and Client Care 07 5408 4151 Square Footage Land Size: 390m2 Number of Storeys ​ Year Built ​ Property Location ​

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