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Author Wargent, Peter, author.

Title Four green houses and a red hotel : new strategies for creating wealth through property / Pete Wargent.

Published Newport, N.S.W. : Big Sky Publishing, 2013.
Newport, NSW Big Sky Publishing, 2013.
©2013

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson  332.60994 WARG    DUE 21-01-16
Physical description v, 336 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 334-335)
Summary Four Green Houses, One Red Hotel provides new and experienced investors with a specific state by state guide to the best property investments for future wealth. Australians have a passion for real estate with well over one million owning investment property, and many more looking to take their first step. The economic instability since the financial crisis and the volatility of investment markets have made investment a daunting prospect for many Australians. But now, with interest rates cut to record lows, consumer confidence is growing and investors are coming back to the market in droves; albeit with a thirst for information on new property strategies and markets. This book takes an up-to-date look at each of the capital cities in Australia and the best investments in property and shares in each state. His plan gives the average investor the leverage and the returns to get compound growth working for them and the best odds of achieving financial freedom.
Subject Investments -- Australia.
Stocks -- Australia.
Real estate investment -- Australia.
Investments -- Australia -- Popular works.
Real estate investment -- Australia -- Popular works.
Stocks -- Australia -- Popular works.
Australia -- Economic conditions -- 2001-
Variant Title New strategies for creating wealth through property
ISBN 9781922132383