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Property Investment Seminars Throughout Australia – Register Now

by Marquette Turner

in Features, Investing in Property, Money & Business, News & Views, Real Estate Radar, Resources, Variety

In 2010 two things are for sure:

* Interest rates will go up – this is the time to take advantage.
* In a Boom market, ignorant investors risk making `Bust’ mistakes.

With interest rates at a record low and 2009’s auction clearance rates closing at steady highs, real estate is not winding down any time soon.

Medine and Jane from Step by Step Property Success Australia are property investors with 20 years’ experience to share. Together, their individual portfolios include 16 properties worth over $10m. And they’re going to share their knowledge in weekend seminars throughout Australia.  And the best thing, they’re not going to try and sell you a “great investment property” at the end of the course – their interest is purely in educating.


The truth is, if you were motivated to invest in property, or in renovating to maximise your investment, you’d already be doing it.

They hear you!

`It’s too hard.’
`I might stuff it up!’
‘I don’t have the time/energy/know-how.’

Their Step by Step Property Success weekend intensive is designed to eliminate fear.

2010 Step by Step Property Success Investment Weekends mark the map for the entire trip, puts the fuel in your tank, points your car in the right direction. They even plant their foot on the accelerator for you.

After launching you into the market, they reveal how to maximise your investment:

* Latest market stats for your Capital City.

* Hot observations on physical characteristics, growth trends, scarcity value, capital growth & rental return.

* How to select, buy & manage investment property.

* How to negotiate top outcomes & read Contacts of Sale.

* How to manage portfolio growth.

* How renovation can add value quickly and increase rental return.

* How to develop & manage your investment team.


BIS Shrapnel estimates that property prices will hike 20% in the next 3 years.

If you haven’t begun investing yet, you’re wasting a precious opportunity. This market cycle won’t be back for a long time to come. It’s prime time to hand-pick properties for excellent capital growth.

2010 Step by Step Property Success Weekends provide take-home calculators that determine your ability to invest or extend your portfolio.

Good risks are informed ones. They share 20 years of property investment experience and all our safety tips and know-how.

They’ve investigated the market from every angle – real estate agents, banker’s strategies, buyer’s advocates, conveyancers, solicitors, accountants, ATO policy, builders and tradies.

They’ll provide you with a property investor toolkit that includes:

– How-to, what-to & where-to-go guides
– Latest market data & analysis
– Spreadsheet & calculator tools
– Worksheets & hand-outs
– 20 years’ distilled expert insight and advice not available to off-the-street investors

This events are selling-out. Here’s why:

– Only 20 seats available in each state – a small group ensures everyone wins.
– These double-whammy events are timed to meet the 2010 market head-on!
– Visit the Step by Step Property Success Australia to see what attendees say about our past individually run courses

Early Bird specials available till Monday 15th March for Sydney

Call 1300 96 36 46.

1. SYDNEY March 20th and 21st. city location Sat 9am-5pm Sun 9pm-4pm

2. BRISBANE April 24th and 25th. City location

3. CANBERRA May 22nd and 23rd.

Please register your interest for courses in Adelaide, Hobart, Perth and Darwin

For further information and registration go to:

Step by Step Property Success Australia or

phone 1300 96 36 46

You’ll leave feeling directed, enthusiastic and confident.  Good luck!

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Buyers Advocates March 1, 2011 at 7:20 am

looking for another one soon – it’s just great to learn a lot of new things and or refresh memory and also share with others

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