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Think like a seasoned property investor πŸ πŸ’‘πŸ’°

Have you ever indulged in the fantasy of winning the lottery? Imagining what you would do with a sudden windfall of $500,000 can be quite exhilarating. But let’s channel that excitement into something tangible – thinking like a seasoned property investor. Take a moment to jot down your thoughts on how you would utilise $500,000. Would you pay off your mortgage? Buy a new property outright? Perhaps invest it elsewhere? Your response might mirror what many initially consider, but there’s a deeper strategy to explore.

When contemplating financial decisions like these, it’s essential to differentiate between good debt and bad debt. While paying off your mortgage might seem like the prudent choice, let’s delve into a more lucrative alternative. Consider this scenario: instead of paying off a $480,000 mortgage, you invest that sum strategically in multiple properties. With astute management, these properties appreciate over time, multiplying your wealth manifold.

An experienced property investor understands the power of leveraging good debt. Unlike bad debt, which depreciates over time (think luxury cars and vacations), good debt is used to acquire assets that appreciate, thereby increasing your net worth. Picture this: you secure a loan to purchase stock for your business. Your investment pays off, doubling your initial outlay. This exemplifies the transformative potential of good debt. As property investors, it’s crucial to align our financial decisions with our long-term goals. While enjoying life’s luxuries is essential, ensuring that our investments outpace our expenditures is paramount.

From Lotto Dreams to Real Estate Empires The winning strategy revealed πŸ†πŸ 
Ever wondered how a seasoned property investor would handle a sudden windfall, like winning $500,000 in the lottery? Let’s explore a scenario together. Imagine a property investor decides to invest wisely. Instead of splurging, they opt to purchase four houses, each valued at $500,000. Here’s the breakdown: they use $100,000 as a 20% deposit, cover the stamp duty with $20,000, and borrow $400,000 for each property. With a buffer of $20,000, they begin their journey.

With a portfolio now worth $2 million and $1.6 million in good debt, they strategically rent out three properties while living in one. Even with conservative rental returns initially, they find themselves with a surplus of $100 per week per property after expenses. Fast forward one double cycle (historically 7-10 years), and their portfolio skyrockets to $4 million. Even if they’ve only paid interest on loans, leaving them with $1.6 million in debt, their net worth balloons to $2.4 million, double what it would have been otherwise. But the beauty doesn’t end there. As property values soared, so did the rental income. With rents doubling to $1000 per week per property, they now enjoy a surplus of $1000 per week after expenses. Imagine the possibilities!πŸ†πŸ 

This surplus isn’t just extra cash, it’s freedom. It’s the ability to retire early, travel, or pursue passions without financial constraints. And this is just the beginning. With another double cycle ahead, the potential for growth is staggering. Reflect on where you were 7-10 years ago. Now imagine where you could be in another decade with the right investment strategy.

🏑 Transform Your Future. Build a $2 million portfolio from scratch!
πŸŽ‰ Are you ready to take your property investment game to the next level? πŸ‘πŸ’Ό I hope this email finds you well and thriving in your investment journey. Today, I want to introduce you to a concept that could revolutionise the way you think about mortgages and property investment – “Chunking”.

You might be wondering, “What’s ‘Chunking’ and how can it benefit me?” Let me break it down for you: Imagine wiping out your mortgage on your own home in a single day. Sounds incredible, right? With the ‘Chunking’ strategy, it’s entirely possible. Here’s how it works:
πŸ” First, consider the increase in value of your investment properties. Let’s say they’ve doubled in value since you acquired them, each now worth $1 million. πŸ’° You owe $400,000 on each property, leaving ample equity to leverage. 🏦 By increasing the mortgage on one of your properties to 80% of its new value (or $800,000), you unlock a significant amount of cash.
πŸ’Έ You then use this cash to pay off your own home in one swift transaction, thanks to the increased rental income from your investment properties.

πŸš€ Voila! You’ve just transformed your approach to mortgage payments, shifting from ‘working for money’ to letting your investments work for you. But wait, there’s more! Imagine the potential if you applied this strategy to multiple properties, with just 10% deposits. The possibilities are limitless! 🌟

πŸ’‘ Now, let’s address another common concern: building a substantial portfolio from scratch. We understand that not everyone has won the lottery, but what if we could show you how to create a $2 million portfolio and hold it through a double cycle for exponential returns?

πŸ“š Want to delve deeper into these strategies? Join us for our weekly webinar, where we’ll unpack ‘Chunking’, property leverage, and building a robust investment portfolio from the ground up. Or, if you prefer to dive into the details at your own pace, download our comprehensive guidebook. Ready to accelerate your wealth-building journey? Click below to secure your spot in our webinar or download your free copy of our book:
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Don’t miss out on this opportunity to unlock the full potential of property investment. Let’s make your financial goals a reality, together!

~Daimien Patterson

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