A MACH 10 long term lease is the ONLY answer.
Don’t get stuck like this! MAcH 10 Leases are for key workers Nurses, Firefighters Teachers solid tenants supporting our community.
Ten years minimum no vacancy, no maintenance, managed by Australia’s largest and most secure registered housing providers.
Your investment is secure!
MaxiLife has a limited number of Brisbane properties for sale under the MAcH 10 programme, which qualifies you for a CAPITAL GAINS TAX DISCOUNT.
Call Gary today on 0439810652 and register your interest.
Forget rental guarantees from a developer who might be gone tomorrow these units are fully leased for ten years and managed by one of Australia’s largest Registered Housing Providers.
Fully leased to key workers eg nurses, teachers, firefighters they are truly a Worry Free investment property.
A whole lot of small investments is shaping up to be the next big thing.
Small homes and apartments that are affordable for key
Robot Tax To Fund A universal Basic Income?
Robot tax has been put forward in California. The robot tax was first suggested by Bill Gates. Bill is concerned that artificial intelligence and robots will replace human workers permanently. The downside of this for property investors is obviously;
“How does my tenant pay the rent if a robot has taken their job?”
Now that is a good question. Just for the record I don’t have the answer. What I do have is a way to “future proof” your investment property so that you don’t have to worry.
A MAcH 10 long term lease means your property is fully tenanted for up to 25 years. No matter what happens in the future your blue chip tenant has to pay the rent.
When I say blue chip I mean a government supported not for profit registered housing provider with a balance sheet in the hundreds of millions of dollars.
It doesn’t get much better than that.
If you want a worry free property investment complete the form below and we will be in touch.
Mrivac boss Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz says renting in Australia is “set up to serve the owner not the tenant”. She says that is about to change.
What Causes Low Housing Affordability? Low Wages is a Big One!
What causes low housing affordability? This is a question people have been asking since this current property boom began.
Perhaps it isn’t the right question.
Housing Affordability – The Real Issue and What Can Be Done About It. DF Partners, May 2017
Only 8% of Australians aged between 18 and 35 (the millennials) believe they will be financially better off than their parents (Deloitte Millennial Survey 2017). Housing affordability is top of mind for many Australians in this age group resulting from national house prices accelerating ahead of national income.
In this article Development Finance Partners’ (DFP) Senior Credit Executive Stephen Turner discusses the dynamics behind the issue and assesses the potential solutions.