How To Find The Best Properties in a Suburb

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How do you find the best properties in a suburb as well as avoid the undesirable properties?
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We spent a lot of time talking about how to find a particular suburb to invest in, but we haven’t spent much time talking about once you’ve found that suburb, how do you then narrow down that suburb to the properties that are worth looking at and worth potentially inspecting. So today I have with me Ben Everingham from pumped on property to talk about how to find the best properties in a suburb. If you haven’t been here before, I’m Ryan. I run on property.com dot. I knew, I hope you will find an invest in positive cash flow properties and achieve financial freedom and really excited today to be talking about actually narrowing it down to find this

particular properties are thinking there are videos because obviously we’ve recorded probably a couple of hundred episodes together now. Really, certainly we’ve talked a lot about how to identify the market, how to identify the state, how to physically look for the right property like that tactical stuff on the ground, but we realize this morning there’s this whole missing bit which is you’ve identified the suburb, but how do you identify that lay before you physically inspecting properties, so that’s what we’re going to talk about today

because you can find a suburb, but within the suburb there’s going to be good properties and there’s going to be not so good properties and we kind of have touched on it in previous videos over said if you buying a main road then a property that’s not on a main road can definitely outperform that. So we’ve kind of touched on it, but yeah, we want to get into the nitty gritty today to talk about, okay, you’ve identified your suburb or maybe a couple of key suburbs.

What’s going to be your next step?

And so the first step that we wanted to talk about is doing the price map overlay. So do you want to talk people through how to do that?

Yeah, so the price map overlay, super simple, it is basically jumping on google. Let’s say that you’ve identified the suburb, let’s call this suburb around the hills in North Brisbane for example, which is a goodie right now, I think, um, so you go to Google, you print it out, you know, you screenshot that math and then you print that out and then he jumped onto price finder on the house or real estate.com. I’m into the salad section and what you actually do is look at all houses that have sold in the last 12 months in that particular suburb. And what you’re trying to do is identify what the very bottom of the market looks like and where the top of the market is. So let’s say in that suburb at the moment, the very, very bottom is 450,000. The very top is 750 k. and then what you want to do is just group it into three categories.

So cheap properties, average property’s higher end properties, if you know what I mean. And so what we’re really doing, they’re just simple color coding, red bank, sort of cheap orange bang in the middle brain being expensive and by doing that and just literally putting a dot on the map representing the colors for those more expensive property. So let’s say it’s Joan street putting them back on there. It’s a $750,000 sale over the course of, you know, putting on 30 or 40 dots or 100 dots over a map. You begin to see the pattern or the cluster of where the expensive puppets are. The medium pockets are, the cheap pockets are. And as an investor we know that buying that more expensive pocket probably get you an extra one percent, maybe even two percent per year in growth longterm by being in the same suburb. So.

So do you not like. So we’re doing this map and then it gives you a clear overview of okay, there’s some cheaper pockets, there’s some middle pockets, there’s some expensive pockets. Are you then only aiming for the more expensive pockets in the suburb or do you sometimes invest in the middle? Sometimes cheaper. It’s a really good one

question, like I always personally try and invest in the middle to premium pocket of the suburb, um, just because again, I know that I’m going to get better longterm gains as a result of doing that, but if you’re in a position where you want to be in a great suburb, you want to be in the rising tide lifting all boats type thing, um, and you don’t have $700,000 to play with them, you know, maybe being in a suburb at the 500 k mark still represent value for you. Um, but if you can make better choices, obviously going to get better longterm

returns. One of the things, this is one step to identify properties. Obviously it’s not going to be the be all and end all because you also want to have done your research into this suburb, into our particular houses. People like to live in, whether it’d be three beds or four beds or two beds or whatever most people want in that area. So you should have already done this research as well when you looked at your suburb. So like each of the things that we’ll go through today are going to be one aspect of it, but then you’ve also got a overlay criteria of what are the people like in that suburb, what do they want to live in? Because you want to try and buy the best product for the people in that suburb.

And that’s a really good point. Like when you start to overlay that data and get an intricate knowledge of you know, what’s selling for a premium, what’s selling cheaper, you can also start to find holes in suburbs and in almost every suburb in Australia. There are little holes as an investor like myself who likes to find something that I can add some value to, not straight away. Like it’s stupid to add value straight away unless you flipping a property or unless you need an immediate equity release. But if you know you want to buy something that in 15 years time you can really clean up and make some money on. Sometimes you might say, well if you were to buy, you know, the premium pocket, the cheapest house, like a three better and longterm renovated and turned into a for better in today’s value might buy one property at, you know, the better, completely renovated at 750 k you buy the cheaper one on renovating that 600.

Yeah. So what do you mean the holes in the suburb? I started the holes in the suburb. I’m referring to a more the opportunities, I’m guessing not looking for an actual or I’m looking for the hollows in the main roads. And so what do you mean by whole? Like what do you mean by opportunities? Like you mean new opportunities? You mean there’s a disparity between unrenovated and renovated, is that what you’re talking about with whole? Exactly. So yeah, that’s exactly it. Confused with like Whoa, got the cheaper pockets. We’ve got the middle pockets, the more expensive populates. So we’re as far as the hole, the hole is in between, you know, like let’s say that it’s a premium pocket and within that premium pocket you might find one house is selling for 600 k, one selling for 7:50. There’s a huge discrepancy there. So is this like the worst house on the best street sort of thing?

Exactly. That. It could be the unrenovated three bedroom home on the street where there’s all renovated four bedroom homes and so I call that a whole or you call it an opportunity. Same thing where there might be an opportunity to sort of pick something up like that that can make not just, you know, make you money because of the rising market but make you money because there’s something to do in the future on that property as well as opposed to buying the fully renovated four bedroom home on a street that’s full of unrenovated three bedroom homes. You kind of doing the opposite, which 80 percent of our clients want the four bedroom home. But as a very active investor with an interior designer, as a wife and a heap of tradies as mates, I like to have something that I can add some though to longer term and so that is the first step which is to do that dot map, I guess you would call it where you’re looking at the prices.

A lot of great tools online that can help you find those. Most recent sales. Real estate.com dot EU allows you to look at that now, which I never used to be able to do in the past so that you can do that easy data. Otherwise, yeah. There’s on the house, which is another service. There’s RP data, there’s price one that there’s a whole bunch out there that can give you access to that information, so it should be able to find that pretty easily and it shouldn’t take you too long to do that task. So the next step is to then go ahead and to overlay a bunch of different criteria or I don’t know if we call them red flags, but there’s just no go zones. So we’re talking main roads. When you go into it, just simple stuff like anything that you wouldn’t want to put your putting a family in the house for the next 30 years.

Main roads directly opposite schools, busy roads, directly on the train line, you know, directly opposite parks for example, directly opposite industrial or next to the power lines and all of those little things that nobody that is going to pay a premium in the future is going to want to live next to. Yeah, and the reason that we do this is that properties that have those bad factors, so being on a really busy road tend to not perform as well as properties that are in like maybe a strict back or you know, in a quieter part of the suburb. Let’s say like an example of that. Like in the upper north shore of Sydney. For example, six years ago you could have bought a property on a main road there for maybe $800,000, like a nice home and then in the street behind it on the main road, you could have bought the exact same hiring for 900 k. Now one of those properties is worth one point $8,000,000 and the other properties were two point five. So what started as 100 care gap at the start of this, the growth phase of the cycle became significantly more than that because people want that quality and will value quality is the marketing traces and so the idea here is that we’re not looking at every single property

in the suburb because there’s a whole bunch of properties that just won’t meet our criteria. So we want to only be spending our time because our time is limited and also this can be stressful. It can be overwhelming and he’d be taking that stress and overwhelm to every single property in the suburb. Then you’re going to get tired and you’re going to get burnt out really quickly and you just gonna end up. You know when people get burnt out and they’re just like, who cares? I’m just going to buy the next property because I’m sick of looking. So we kind of want to avoid that sort of situation. And so what we’re doing is this sort of stuff. If you looking on real estate.com, which we’ll talk about, setting up alerts and stuff like that, but if you’re looking on their property, comes up in your price range, but it’s on a main road or it’s on a train line or its opposite a or opposite like right near power lines. Then the idea here is that you just like you throw that away and you just don’t look at it because there’s going to be so many other opportunities out there that’ll be better.

The difference between the amateur investor in someone who does it professionally. He’s an amateur investor, is always trying to buy something and professional investors doing everything they can to not buy something and that’s a huge difference because a professional knows their time is limited and so they set up a whole lot of rules or red flags that make making decisions very easy. Rather than going to 15 open homes on a weekend, I’ll go to one open home because I’ve done everything I needed to do before I went out to actually look at it. And if you just, you know, had the map and then had these red flags is Ryan talked about that would literally walk out probably 70, 80 percent of the stock in every suburb, so it makes it really easy to jump in real estate or, or there’s 30 listings and go actually two of these are only relevant to me. And then you can go and explore those two in more detail. Yeah. Then you hear a to Ivan homes instead of 15 and if you got a few st open homes, you can’t remember one from the other. It’s so difficult.

And so yeah, to get to that point and it’s also more exciting because you know that you’re looking at good stock, you know, you’re looking at good properties that you want to buy that are actually potential for you rather than just looking at everything in the suburb. So other things to look at as well would be housing commission in the area. And so you can do this. There’s a tool called ripe house, uh, which you can check out and you can do it, you can do it for free on census.

I used to know how to do it, but I can’t remember now, so maybe I’ll have to dig through and work out how to do that and credit tutorial on that. But okay. When it comes to public housing in the area, what do you tend to look for? What are you trying to stay away from? I’ve got a rule personally that I won’t bind and straight with more than five percent housing commission. Another really easy way to access it needs to just get on our pay data, which is you do have to pay about 100 bucks a month for it, but you could be smart, set it up for one month, can’t what you need and then shut it down. Um, but you can literally look on the street and if you say government owned, um, it’s very, very similar data. Can you go through, you can see each individual house, which one’s government owned CSA.

You can search the straight and it’ll come up with the owner of every single property just on a big page. And you just like government, government, government. And then you can go, well there’s 20 properties on this street, 17 of them are owned by the government, I probably won’t do that. So I’ve got a rule. If anything, more than five percent is owned by public housing, I won’t touch the straight. There’s also maps that is created where there’s high concentrations of housing commissioner within a few streets or puppets of the suburb. If you overlay the sales history data, you can almost always find where they are anyway because they’re public housing is always the cheaper pockets of they suburbs and that’s one way if you don’t want to overlay public housing to identify where it probably is. The other thing is I never buy directly next door to a door directly across the road from it because you know, it’s just some, some public housing is being sold, some of it’s going to be held for the next hundred years and you can’t control the owner occupier appeal that those properties.

So I don’t want to be directly next to him. And you’ve had that experience. I lived a life, bought a house on the central coast that was housed, Ovo. And it got burned down like we’ve done a whole episode on that actually will link up to that in the description down below. That’s nightmare property because that is just a hilarious episode. So another thing to look at as well and overlay is the flooding in the area, whether there’s flood zones and things like that. You can find out those details by through the local council’s website. And then I’m guessing you just trying to avoid flood zones, flood report before you even go and look at the property, it takes about one if you know where to find it. And for those of you in New South Wales and Victoria were flooding is an issue, but bushfire is, he can get the bushfire overlays the same way.

You might decide, you know, bushfire overlay plus suburb plus the local council into Google. It’ll almost take you straight to where you can generate the report. So would you avoid flood zones and bushfire zones or would you not buy in those areas? Or is it more just like, okay, this is something we need to consider? If I’m looking at, um, I would never buy something in a, in a flood zone that had more than, I think it’s zero point zero. One percent is the lowest risk rating that they’ll give to a flood zone in, in Brisbane, which is the market that we talk about primarily. So what I’m, you know, I, I just avoid it because he needs that in their lap seriously. Um, but you know, a different time of the cycle sometimes I’ve heard people picking up properties in flood zones because no one else wanted them for $300 below what they’re actually worth, particularly in 2011 in Brisbane after that flood event, I’m raising them up which cost them 50 k and then having this property that’s never going to be affected by a flab integrated area and a great straight. So there can be opportunities to but not for the average pine on like that service. That’s pretty sophisticated. And that’s not what we’re talking about here. We’re talking about really narrowing down our wouldn’t on personally because I’m a scaredy cat is, you know, honest. Avoid the risk as much as possible. So that

gives us a overview and it’s going to cancel that so many properties seriously, because you’ve got all these red flags that you just go into a void. You’ve got your flood zones, you’ve got your bushfire zones as well. Uh, what else did we talk about? The public housing as well. So this is just, it’s crazy how many properties you’ll find that we’ll have these red flags that you can just now throw away and you’ll be like, where are all the properties in the suburb? Like, what can I actually buy?

Do you know what men like you’ve just brought up something really interesting that we didn’t plan for, but we do as a business. And that is before we even start talking properties, we do this stuff to an area as a team. We sit down and review all the suburbs body stuff and then what we’ll do is we’ll open up google maps and there might be two suburbs, seven k’s from Brisbane right now. One of them, when you overlay all this stuff, looks like a little, literally like a minefield. Like it is just filled with rubbish main roads, transactions, etc. Etc. And thEn the suburbs sitting directly next to it is filled with green space. It’s filled with really high quality straights and not all of that infrastructure. One of those suburbs could be worth 650 k on Average. One of the suburbs could be worth $700.

But because I’m thinking like an owner occupier longterm and seeing what the suburb will become, you know they’re starting at the same level, but the suburb that is has more high quality owner occupier grade product in it longterm is actually going to be worth significantly more and the market will actually lock. It hasn’t seen me like as a melbourne actually separate the two over time and that’s really important as well to like look at the big picture and go, there’s just too much going on in this suburb because. Because there’s not enough high quality so I’m just going to completely avoid the suburb after doing this research. And yeah, it might take you some time to do this, but you’re avoiding making a longterm mistake. Hey, the suburb next to it. it looks exceptional because of the same reasons.

That’s. Yeah, so you might have done your suburb research, identified this as your suburb suburbs, but then after doing this next to have, you might be like, yeah, okay. Too many minefields in this suburb. I’m going to avoid it. Look for one, which as you said, it has more green space. we’re not talking literal green space and parks, but we’re talking about. Yeah, in terms of red flags and stuff like that. Once you get good at this

stuff, like it can take two minutes for me to make a decision now literally on a suburb and I can almost do it from jumping on google maps so you know, yes. It takes a little bit of time to understand some of this stuff, but once you begin to understand it, you can say the patents and the patterns make it much easier to make decisions.

Yeah. Well thIs is like a skill that you build up, so the first time that you do it, it’s really difficult. You don’t really know what you’re looking for. You don’t really know what tools to use. So you’re kind of working your way through it, it’s really difficult, but then as you do this more and more, it just becomes easier. You have an intuitive sense because your brain just does this process for you without you having to consciously really focus on it. And so this does definitely get over time, but I also want to touch on before we move onto people actually looking at the price range in setting out their price alerts and things like that. Um, this idea of owner occupied versus when you’re in the mindset of looking for a property thinking like an owner occupier instead of thinking like an investor, which I feel like it’s something that is really important, but we probably haven’t talked about before.

I don’t think anybody’s talking about this. They’re always like, use your logical brain to make any investment decision. And I think it’s absolutely lee important, but it’s also an absolute bullshit life.

I think we’re going to make another video as we’re talking about this and like, yeah, no one’s talking about this. We need to

rant on this because people separate the two. What, what, when you think about like reducing all property back to its most basic level, where do people pay for premiums and who pays a premium? Investors don’t pay premiums for properties, investors like myself, a vouchers and take advantage of market conditions. Owner occupies people that see themselves living there and wanting to stay in the suburb of the ones that pay for the premiums in the good school districts, in the base beach districts in the districts, close to the city centers and so you’ve gotta you know, do all of your numbers up to a point. But then once I’ve physically get to the suburb, I can put a completely different hat on because I know I’ve done my due diligence properly and then I go, okay, would I live in this straight with my family based on my stage of life? And I start making decisions completely differently. Obviously with a process and a checklist to make sure my emotional brain doesn’t wreck my decision either, but I’m definitely trying to balance the two. And the more you can buy a foreign owner occupied family as your future resell a future tenant, the better off you’ll be.

Yeah, because that’s who you’re going to likely be selling to in the future if you sell the property or two, you’re going to be renting too as well. So to be able to, you’ve got your investor hat to narrow down these areas, but then you’re also putting on, you’re getting in the mind of an owner occupier or someone who wants to live in that area, the demographic of that area. You need to like try, try and become that person, understand what do these people want, where are they going to pay extra to live. And so that’s just a really key thing to think about, which we’ll probably do another video on, to talk about it in more detail. So now that we’ve set up all those red flags, canceled out a lot of things, um, now it comes to really looking at properties within your price range that you can afford. So you don’t want to be looking at properties that are too expensive that you can’t afford. And then obviously setting up alerts and stuff like that as well.

Yeah, like as my sister crystal sands best, we don’t buy the bottom 20 percent of the market and we don’t buy at the top 20 percent of the market so that really leaves you 60 percent of the price range in the middle and it’s really important to understand that because there are some really beautiful suburbs and there’s some really beautiful properties within those suburbs but you don’t necessarily need to buy at the top of the market to feel like you bought the best quality property, if you know what I mean. so sticking to a price budget and mentally qualifying anything out of that budget is so important. And you know, just because the property is more expensive online doesn’t mean they’re necessarily gonna sell it for that price point. And that’s why understanding your sales history is so important. And just because it’s very, very cheap online, you know, it might’ve been a lazy agent looking to get a heap of inquiry in the first week and move the property for 50 or 100 grand above what they actually listed it for as well. So don’t get caught on those traps. Yeah.

Yeah. So that’s why when we did the dot map, we’re looking at prices of properties sold, not listed because the listed price doesn’t necessarily reflect the sold price. But yeah, nOw’s the time to get on real estate. They’ll come to you or domain.com.you. You can go ahead and you can set up price alert. So when a new property comes on the market that’s in your selected area that’s in your price range, then you’ll get an alert about that. So I think you can do that. You can get emails about it. Can you get push notifications and push notifications if you want them? Yeah. so you can go ahead and do that. That’s pretty straightforward to do. You guys should be able to work out how to do that. Otherwise, obviously

like you can jump on real estate dot comes out every single day, but that’s probably going to be a bit too much and it’s so easy to automate and you would be shocked how many properties we buy on the first day or second day that they come online. Genuinely. We’ve seen 40 to 50 percent of those big four. They come online and if you’re smart, we’ll talk about that in a moment. How to save them before they come online. But you know, good property sell that quick regardless of market conditions because good properties are priced well in the right streets in there. The product that the investors plussing on your occupies one. So setting up those alerts, reviewing those alerts at the same time every single day, and then being proactive in organizing inspections. If the agent says the inspections on the weekend, so now I want to be through the property today because otherwise someone like me or ryan is getting through it and it’s gone before the saturday when you, you know, finally have time to get back around to it. So those alerts just can automate your life. Make it so much simpler and force you to keep within a price budget to where on realestate.com you can get tied into the emotional game and ended up spending 20, 30, 40 grand more just because something looks nicer and you feel like you know the market. Yup.

One of the good things about setting up these alerts and having this and having your red flags and stuff as well is that you’ll get alerts that don’t necessarily fit so you can throw them out, but then you’ll also see the good opportunities as well because you’re reviewing these properties in their suburb on a consistent basis. You really do start to get a feel for what’s going to be good in the suburb, what’s not, and then we’ve talked about it in previous videos I had to buy under market value. It’s like when you know the suburb really well and you’ve done all of these sorts of steps. Then when one comes up that is good and that is underpriced. Then he can be like, okay, bombed. We got a winner here and then that’s when you go into hyper mode and you know, you do to close on

that property as quickly as possible. So we’ll talk about one more step which is looking at the top performing agents and then we’ll finish up this video. In future we will be talking about inspecting properties and stuff like that. So we’ll say that for a future video. Otherwise this will go too long. So this is something that you were telling me about, which is you go on rate my agent and try and find the top three agents in the area. Why do you do this? Um, so he can jump on rate my agent or openagent.com, donate you. And the reason you do that is like setting up your alerts on realestate.com. If you’ve got your alerts automatically coming through and you’ve got the three top performing agents thinking of you every time they go into an appraisal, all that, every time that they’re bringing on a new property, then 99 percent of the work is actually done.

So why three agents? Because in every single suburb in Australia, three agents sell 95 percent of the properties. It’s just the way that it works in a, there’s not a single, it’s normally one or two to be honest with you. Um, so it’s about going on, identifying who those guys are, you know, the cool thing about those websites or even real estate.com, as you can click on the agent’s name and it will show you every sow that they’ve ever made. Every sound in the last 12 months, they can start to get a feel for who’s selling cheap properties, who’s selling the more expensive properties. And you know, you want to be buying off the guy that’s constantly discounting, if you know what I mean. Then you reach out to those guys, call them and say, I’m very actively looking. I’ve got my preapproval in place.

This is what I’m looking for. And you just give them your exact criteria, you know, three bedroom and renovated home, four bedroom, renovated home, quite straight, not on train lines, not on all the things that we mentioned before. And the more specific that list is, the more laser focused on finding your product, then you email that through to them, follow up with the call to walk them through what you’re looking for. and then every single week on a monday, give them a quick two minute call. Hi, it’s ben. Just wanted tO see what these things you’ve got coming up because you’ve got to remember that just because you know the three agents have 20 listings online between them, doesn’t mean that they’re not working on another 20 properties right now or have someone that they’ve talked to before that wanted to sell but doesn’t want to come to market.

So it’s an incredibly powerful way of short cutting of the running round that people do for no reason. So then you can get access to properties before they’re listed online over before. There’s the standard open inspection. Yeah, exactly. And that’s the power, like even if they want to take it to market, that will bring you through a pre market. Even if they don’t bring it to your pre market on the first weekend, they know who you are. You walk in, hey, it’s been if the property is not right for you, be honest with them and just be like, I love the property. Thanks for getting me through it. I don’t like this about it, but again, just constantly reeducating them on what you’re looking for and over time now stopped sending you all the rubbish and just start sending you what you want and so this is really a step to do when you seriously.

This is if you’re seriously considering buying in this area and you because you don’t want to stop these agents around because I said, if you, if you become a waste of their time, then they’re going to stop sending you the best listings. They’re going to stop dealing with you, but if you’re, as ben said, you’re up upfront, you’re honest. Here’s specifically when I’m looking for, and then when they give it to you and it’s not right. Here’s why it’s not right. So you can get more specific with them. Then you’re not a waste of their time. You’re a very potential sale for them if they can bring you the right product and so it’s about working together with them. It’s going to be a win win because obviously they’ll get the sale, they’ll get the commission, you get the property that you want, but yeah, you don’t want to be doing this if you’re not actually looking to buy in the near future if you’re talking 12 months, two years down the line because you don’t want to make

enemies either. And so like it’s a very agent so quickly Because a lot of agents a pretty, let’s just go. I did sit different brand of paints, black real estate people in general I suppose, and so they touch with their emotions and that’s why I like I’m really pleasant with them. Building a personal relatIonship when I’m at the inspection and then after the inspection I always give them the courtesy because there’s nothing worse for a sales person. Then someone driving them alone and they’re masters at identifying who’s going to buy and who’s wasting their time. So if you go to them with a preapproval, if you’re upfront about what you’re looking for, if each time you inspect a property, say thank you, I like this, I didn’t like this, but I’m looking for that, they will become your best ally and we’ve got agents that bring us absolute gold that will sell it to our business, sometimes 30 grand below another offer on a saturday just because they know we’re solid.

Am I going to get the deal done for them? Yeah. That’s the thing you’ve got to experience that. They know because often agents will deal with people as well who will make an offer. It it like it’s going through. There’s a cooling off period and that person pulls out of every three properties in Australia. The person pulls out, yeah, I’m cooling off. another one out of three properties properly falls out with finance, and so because you’re able to build these relationships, they know that, yeah, this is a deal that’s highly likely to get done, and so then more of

opportunities are going to come to ben and the team here at pumped on property than wood. To your average investor as well, and that’s something that you guys have that’s unique that I guess put someone buying their first property wouldn’t have, but yeah, just building that relationship, treating the agent with respect, but also being specific. It’s gonna help you out a lot. Maybe get you some properties before they go online or at least you get to know about them as early early

as possible, which is going to give you a better chance to get in there first to negotiate first and hopefully by that property. I think the last thing I want to touch, john, excuse me with all of this, is a lot of buying properties actually done without doing anything relating to property at all. Like it’s all research. It’s all preparation so that when that one right one comes up, literally sometimes it can take a year to buy the right one. Like it can be that slow, but when that comes up, you know it. You can move on with confidence and then you can sleep that night without all of that fear that comes up because you’ve done your numbers, you’ve done your homework and you know it’s for you rather than, you know, I think people gamble when they’re buying property, like honestly, without doing some of this stuff, I really think people are just throwing percentages down the drain and percentages over 15 years can end up in half a million bucks worth of value depending on how much money you’ve got in the market. So

I think most people don’t even know about this stuff or know how to do it and so it’s really exciting to share this today because I do feel like this was a hole in our content and a whole in what people know and how they know how to do research. So thanks so much for coming on and sharing all of this before you go ahead and do this guys, you’re going to want to have your strategy set out first. You’re also going to want to have done your suburb research as well. So make sure you do all that sort of stuff, but yeah, some really great tips here today that you guys should do should go out and learn. Go out and practice them. We hope that you enjoyed this video. If you are looking to invest or maybe you need some help setting your strategy, working out what’s the best thing to buy, what’s the best place to buy, or if you just want someone to go and do all this for you because you watch this video and you can see how much work there is.

Then ben and the team here at pumped on property are offering free strategy sessions to investors out there. So if that’s you and you’re looking to invest, but maybe need a little bit of help, one of these free strategy sessions can really help you get clear on your goals, clear on your next steps. And then if you want to go ahead and hire, pumped on property to do it for you, um, and to find the best properties for you, then obviously you can do that, but there’s no pressure there. So head over to on-property gioconda you for sash session in order to check out those free strategy sessions and book your time that suits you. Otherwise, if you haven’t yet set your strategy, then check out the video. Man. Ben did on two properties to financial freedom, which I’ll leave in the links down below. Thanks so much for watching today guys. And until next time, stay positive.

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