Property Income Accelerator

Where: Harbourview Function Centre, 150 Wharf Rd, Newcastle CBD, Hunter Region

Restrictions: All Ages

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A live evening event on high-yield property investing strategies.

Take a look at the photos of two houses. The property on the left picks up $1,500 in weekly rental income whereas the one on the right is stuck at just $600. Can you guess why?

Both are of comparable size and design, and they're in the same ordinary, everyday suburb... so what makes the difference? And how can you use the same strategy to double your cashflow returns and potentially replace your income in as little as 13 months?

Debra and Jamie thought it sounded impossible. With a desire to not only be in a position where Debra could quit her job, but also help build a better community and make a difference in the world, it was everything they were looking for.

They had a block in Brisbane and wanted to build on it, but the market conditions meant a traditional negatively geared property would set them back $15,000 a year. Instead, they followed the unique process you’re about to discover and achieved a $35,000 positive cashflow per annum.

No, that’s not a misprint. They added almost $700 a week to their income, instead of losing $300.
That’s a $1,000 a week difference…the equivalent of slogging it out at a job paying $50,000 a year, but instead earning it passively—while barely lifting a finger. What’s more, they slept soundly at night because…they were able to provide affordable housing for people who desperately needed it.

I want to show you how to do the same, so instead of waiting 10 years, scrimping and saving, and depriving your family of every little luxury with 4.5% or 5% rental yields. You can get 10% or 12% yields instead of constantly paying out money, and earn passive income from day one.

Imagine how that could transform your life. You could potentially change everything and replace the income from your job with just a couple of investments. All you need to do is fill a need the community is desperate for right now and tap into a “blue ocean” trend which allows you to…

Buy fewer properties and replace your income sooner

The Traditional Approach:
Buy at least 5 negatively geared properties
Use interest-only loans
Keep working to pay holding costs each month
Wait 10+ years for capital growth & rental increases
Sell some properties to pay down loans on the others
Remaining properties are now cashflow positive
Hopefully the rental yield is enough for you to live on...
Leave your job, finally!

My Shortcut:
Buy a couple of properties that produce high rental yields of up to 10%, 12% or more
Leave your job and soon!

That's it! Really, that's all there is to it. Sounds too good to be true, doesn't it?

If you already own a property, this could quickly double your cashflow returns within months. For instance, Kieron took his 4 bedroom house in Brisbane and followed my recommendations. And while in 2016 he was collecting $620 per week, by 2017 it had increased to $1,270 per week…an extra $33,800 per year.

Don’t worry, I understand your scepticism. But what makes all of this possible is the trends which are occurring in the Australian economy right now. For instance, did you know 1.55 million australians are dealing with housing stress?

It's a huge and growing problem, with one major cause:
We build our houses too big, which is why there are 12 million empty bedrooms in Australia...Australian homes are the biggest in the world at 246 sqm, which is why they are also some of the least affordable homes in the world.

- A lot of Australians are willing to live in smaller homes if they can afford to pay the rent without stress.
- And that's a very profitable opportunity for you...
- Just like my students, you can provide affordable housing and enjoy double-digit rental yields from your investment property.

At this event, I'll show you exactly how the affordable housing market works and how to get started in it. Grab your free ticket now. I can’t wait to share this with you.

Warmly,

Ian Ugarte