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16/05/2018

Rentier, Not Renter

We’re currently heading into the half-way point of what I think will be — yet again — the greatest real estate boom of all time. Just like the last time — and the time before that.

But even bigger this time. History suggests this is likely.

As an Australian resident, you are in a front row position to take advantage of it. So my message to you? Become a rentier, not a renter.

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Monopoly: The Landlord’s Game

Real estate cycles have been with us for 300 years. They have repeated in times of inflation or deflation, high interest rates or low interest rates, and with trade barriers or free trade....

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The 237 Year Old Property Secret

By Phil Anderson For over 25 years I’ve studied economics and markets. And I can say categorically that the Western economies exhibit an 18 year real estate cycle. Generally this averages out as 14 years up and...

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The Cashmore Files

Introduction......................................................................................... 1 The Corruption of Economics............................................................. 2 The Big Money in...

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The AirBNB Revolution..

The big technical revolution of this real estate cycle - we’ve become so accustomed to it that already that we’re beginning to take it for granted...

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The Golden Rule for Buying Real Estate

Have you tried or considered buying a property recently?

There’s a little more to it than property spruikers and mortgage brokers have you think...  

 

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Timing the Cycle

Phil Anderson and Catherine Cashmore 

A reality not just a dream’, I reported on the UK government’s budget that was handed down back in November 2017.....

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'Speculative Vacancies' - The Empty Properties Ignored By Statistics

By  Catherine Cashmore There have been four housing affordability inquiries since the early 2000s. The “First Home Ownership” inquiry by the Productivity Commission (2004). The Senate Select...

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The Corruption of Economics

The Corruption of Economics Why Most Are Blind to What They Need to See By Catherine Cashmore  (Contributing editor - Cycles Trends & Forecasts ) In the 1880’s Judge James G. Maguire of the Superior...

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Government Inaction on Australia's Housing Affordability Crisis is Indefensible

The fact that Australia has an affordability crisis is not in dispute. Rather, government inaction for more than a decade must be questioned. Since the early 2000s, there have been three Senate Inquiries to tackle...

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