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This new, educational webinar covers exactly how to get started with profitable property investment.

This webinar covers

> How do you balance buying for cashflow and capital growth?

> How to do a detailed investment property forecast in just 2 minutes.

> Finance: Making sense of LVR’s and DSR’s – what do they mean?

> 7 tips for increasing your borrowing ability.

> How do you work out the maximum you should pay?

> Why it's smart to buy at a $20k - $50k discount and create immediate equity.

> 11 things you can do to boost your rental income by $1,000 to $10,000 per year.

> How to pick properties that generate both positive cash flow and tax refunds.

> Negotiation tips: how to deal with agents and compete with other buyers and save thousands on every purchase.

> Where do you invest first? It’s simpler than you realise to find great investment locations.

> The truth and traps with most “property hotspots”.

> Setting up your team of experts and who to avoid.

> How to find an a-grade property manager in an industry of full of average people.

This new, educational webinar covers exactly how to get started with profitable property investment.

This webinar covers

> How do you balance buying for cashflow and capital growth?

> How to do a detailed investment property forecast in just 2 minutes.

> Finance: Making sense of LVR’s and DSR’s – what do they mean?

> 7 tips for increasing your borrowing ability.

> How do you work out the maximum you should pay?

> Why it's smart to buy at a $20k - $50k discount and create immediate equity.

> 11 things you can do to boost your rental income by $1,000 to $10,000 per year.

> How to pick properties that generate both positive cash flow and tax refunds.

> Negotiation tips: how to deal with agents and compete with other buyers and save thousands on every purchase.

> Where do you invest first? It’s simpler than you realise to find great investment locations.

> The truth and traps with most “property hotspots”.

> Setting up your team of experts and who to avoid.

> How to find an a-grade property manager in an industry of full of average people.

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  1. 1. Master Class: Your first property investment
  2. 2. We help investors build and manage their property portfolios
  3. 3. In partnership with… Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au
  4. 4. Real Estate Investar’s tools
  5. 5. Portfolio Manager Membership Managing, tracking and accounting From $49 p.m.
  6. 6. Portfolio Builder Membership Searching, researching, buying, managing, tracking and accounting From $99 p.m.
  7. 7. 1.75m Australians 1 Property 2-4 Properties 5+ Properties • Pays shortfall for 5 years+. • Eventually sells and pays down personal debt. • No retirement income. • Strategy & numbers. • Self funding portfolio. • $100-$250k+ passive income in retirement. • Has high income or buys every few years. • Freehold in retirement. • Min. retirement income. Source ATO/ABS 3 levels of Property Investment
  8. 8. 1.75m Australians 1 Property 1.266m 73% 2-4 Properties 457,000 25% 5+ Properties 28,345 1.7% • Pays shortfall for 5 years+. • Eventually sells and pays down personal debt. • No retirement income. • Strategy & numbers. • Self funding portfolio. • End up freehold • $100-$250k+ passive income in retirement. • Has high income or buys every few years. • Freehold in retirement. • Min. retirement income. Source ATO/ABS What level are you aiming for?
  9. 9. • Owns 5.54 properties, • At an average value of $335,120 each, • And a total portfolio value of $1.85m. The average Real Estate Investar Member…
  10. 10. Time Building a portfolio takes time
  11. 11. Portfolio Builder Portfolio Manager Portfolio Builder Portfolio Manager Membership options to match your needs
  12. 12. Treat property investment as a business…. Maximise your results
  13. 13. Todays 13 topics 1. How do you balance buying for cashflow and capital growth? 2. How to do a detailed investment property forecast in just 2 minutes. 3. Finance: Making sense of LVR’s and DSR’s – what do they mean? 4. 7 tips for increasing your borrowing ability. 5. How do you work out the maximum you should pay? 6. Why it's smart to buy at a $20k - $50k discount and create immediate equity. 7. 11 things you can do to boost your rental income by $1,000 to $10,000 per year.
  14. 14. Todays 13 topics 8. How to pick properties that generate both positive cashflow and tax refunds. 9. Negotiation tips – how to deal with agents and compete with other buyers and save thousands on every purchase. 10. Where do you invest first? It’s simpler than you realise to find great investment locations. 11. The truth and traps with most “hotspots”. 12. Setting up your team of experts and who to avoid. 13. How to find an A Grade property manager in an industry of full of average people.
  15. 15. Buying for cashflow and capital growth
  16. 16. Only property pays you up to 5 ways 1. Immediate equity – Buy below market value 2. Add value – Renovate, Develop, Subdivide 3. Positive cashflow – Get paid weekly 4. Tax credits – Reduce your tax to zero 5. Capital growth – as the property increases in value over time When you’re getting paid 5 ways no one worries too much if one of the five ways is a little slow sometimes
  17. 17. x Cashflow vs. capital growth Cashflow Capital Growth CBD Inner City Suburbs Country 10%+growth 10% yield 0%
  18. 18. The impact of capital growth 1. Purchase a $575k property 2. After 10 years at; • 4% growth p.a. Value: $851k Equity: $276k • 7% growth p.a. Value: $1.31m Equity: $735k • 10% growth p.a. Value: $1.49m Equity: $915k • 13%growth p.a. Value: $1.95m Equity: $1.37m • Consider the impact of 3% extra growth p.a. over 10 years…
  19. 19. How do you compare apples with pears? $575,000 $405,000
  20. 20. Calculating a property’s total return: Using Internal Rate of Return IRR • We need to consider 5 factors; • Funds employed (deposit) • Initial purchase price • Value at end of period (e.g. 10 years) • Surplus pre-tax cashflow for period • Tax refunds for period • We then divide total gains for period by the initial deposit to calculate the IRR. • In plain english: On average, how much do we make each year as a % of how much cash we have invested.
  21. 21. Using IRR as an example Detail Property 1 Property 2 Dwelling type House Unit Age 10 years New Purchase price $575k $405k Deposit $57,500 $80,000 Annual growth rate 4% 7% Rental yield 5.67% 4.92% Pre-tax cashflow year 1 -$709 $-5,137 After-tax cashflow $5,792 $1,426 Which investment will deliver the best IRR over 10 years?
  22. 22. IRR example Property 1
  23. 23. IRR example Property 2
  24. 24. Using IRR as an example Detail Property 1 Property 2 Dwelling type House Unit Age 10 years New Purchase price $575k $405k Deposit $57,500 $80,000 Annual growth rate 4% 7% Rental yield 5.67% 4.92% Pre-tax cashflow year 1 -$709 $-5,137 After-tax cashflow $5,792 $1,426 IRR 57.7% 49.8% Average annual return on deposit $33,177 $39,840 Property 1 will deliver the best IRR over 10 years. Why?
  25. 25. Sound complicated? We make it easy with Investar Search…
  26. 26. Making sense of LVR’s and DSR’s
  27. 27. 1. The property 2. Equity (LVR) 3. Cash flow (DSR) 4. Credit record 5. Your character 5 barriers to finance
  28. 28. • Equity; • Up to 80% LVR is easier to finance. • Above 80% LVR requires Lenders Mortgage Insurance (LMI). • *On $500k loan; • 85% LVR - Add 1% ($5k) • 90% LVR - Add 1.5% ($7.5k) • 95% LVR – Add 3% ($15k) • LMI adds leverage and cost and risk. *Source: Genworth Financial Never run out of borrowing power again
  29. 29. • Income • Target a DSR (Debt Service Ratio) of at least 1.3, e.g. $130 in rental income per $100 of mortgage payments for a self funding portfolio. • Minimise consumer debt and credit card balances. Never run out of borrowing power again
  30. 30. Balancing equity (LVR) with income (DSR) +$3,200pa Capital Growth Positive Cash flow Capital growth deal Cost $500k Rent $525 week After tax -$5,600 p.a. Cash flow deal summary Cost $430k Rent $900 week After tax +$8,800 p.a. Cash flow deal #3 Cost $220k Rent $420 week After tax +$3,800p.a. Cash flow deal #2 Cost $150k Rent $330 week After tax +$2,600p.a. Cash flow deal #1 Cost $60k Rent $150 week After tax +$2,400p.a.
  31. 31. Your portfolio KPI dashboard keeps track
  32. 32. 1. Get yourself finance ready. 2. Find a broker who understands investors. 3. Structure your debt correctly. 4. Maximise cash flow, minimise interest and consumer debt. 5. Don’t over-gear, plan for a rainy day. 5 tips for investment finance
  33. 33. Tips for increasing your borrowing ability.
  34. 34. Increase your income • Take in boarders or language students • Get a part time job • Start a part time business • Teach a subject at night school • Ask for a pay rise • Change jobs to get a pay rise • Buy a house with a self contained unit that produces income • Convert a room to rental/B&B accommodation • Convert property debt to interest only • Annualise your household costs, are you getting value?
  35. 35. Eliminate consumer debt Eliminate non income producing and high interest debt (credit cards, hire purchase, bank overdrafts, etc) Credit Card $5000 / $120 Student Loan $3000 / $100 Fridge HP $300 / $25 Car HP $7000 / $180 Bank OD $1000 / $75 Charge card $700 / $80 Furniture $1200 / $40 Personal $900 / 50 Holiday Loan $2700 / $125 1. Complete a budget 2. Put extra $50 a week towards reducing your debts 3. Every time you eliminate a debt, add the surplus funds to the next debt
  36. 36. How do you work out the maximum you should pay?
  37. 37. Criteria for deciding purchase price 4 Options; 1. Minimum rental yield% 2. The net monthly cashflow you can afford 3. % below an estimated valuation 4. Analysing recent comparable suburb sales
  38. 38. Investar Search Option 1: Minimum rental yield% Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  39. 39. Yields are pre-calculated when you search
  40. 40. Investar Search Option 2: The net cashflow you can afford Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  41. 41. Pre-tax cashflow is pre-calculated too
  42. 42. Create your watchlist as you search
  43. 43. Watchlist integrates with Analyser Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  44. 44. Analyse investment financials Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  45. 45. One click to analyse in full
  46. 46. Analyser opens and loads listing data
  47. 47. Enter Rent, Purchase Price & Valuation
  48. 48. My Valuer Option 3: % below estimated valuation Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  49. 49. Locate property
  50. 50. Estimate value
  51. 51. Price and market history
  52. 52. Enter Rent, Purchase Price & Valuation
  53. 53. Back to analysing investment financials Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  54. 54. 1. Check mortgage & purchase costs Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  55. 55. 2. Check rent & expenses Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  56. 56. 3. Check depreciation & entity owner Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  57. 57. 4. Review investment forecast Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  58. 58. Notes, documents and search data Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  59. 59. Google Maps & Streetview integrated Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  60. 60. Comprehensive 10-year analysis report Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  61. 61. Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo Long term performance graphs
  62. 62. My Research Option 4: Analysing recent comparable suburb sales Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  63. 63. Set a radius around the property Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  64. 64. Check comparable sales Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  65. 65. Build a suburb sales profile Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  66. 66. Review comparable sales Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  67. 67. Check property history and photo’s Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  68. 68. Check sales and advertised history Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  69. 69. Why it's smart to buy at a $20k - $50k discount and create immediate equity.
  70. 70. Discounted Property • Buying at a discount creates additional profit at purchase. • You can use this as equity later to buy additional property. • 3% of all properties for sale are by motivated vendors with deadlines. • You can easily find property $10k-$50k under market value. Why buy at a discount?
  71. 71. Finding discounted property • Goal: negotiate the deal 10-20% under market value. • Find motivated sellers with deadlines. • Look for poorly presented properties that need tidy up. • You need access to sales and valuation data. • Be careful of slow moving suburbs and declining populations.
  72. 72. Look for poor street appeal
  73. 73. A closer look at the same property
  74. 74. • Chainsaw • Spade • Paint • Fence • Pavers • Plants 7 days to create this
  75. 75. Investar Search Finding motivated vendors Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  76. 76. • 900,000+ sales listings from 40+ Australian property sites. • 34 filters. • Advanced data and analytics. • Watchlists, saved searches and email alerts. • Analyse 8,000 suburbs. • Globally unique. Investar Search Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  77. 77. Combine postcodes, suburbs, regions & states Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  78. 78. Automatic strategy & key word selection Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  79. 79. Members focus on 8 key strategies 1. Capital growth 2. Discount 3. Renovation 4. Positive cash flow 5. Vendor finance 6. Strata titling 7. Subdividing 8. Development
  80. 80. 38 extensive investment filters
  81. 81. Review investment KPI’s
  82. 82. Extensive property & suburb data Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  83. 83. Boost your rental income by $1,000 to $10,000 p.a.
  84. 84. Boost your rental income 1. Burglar alarms & other security features. 2. Heating & cooling: relative to climate. 3. Fully fenced for children & pets. If you allow pets, charge a premium. 4. Car parking: especially in cities. 5. Low maintenance: exterior, gardens & lawns.
  85. 85. Boost your rental income 6. Outdoor living areas. 7. Handy to schools, transport, shops. 8. Handy to highways, employment, higher education & hospitals. 9. Sleep outs, granny flats, dual income, studios and bungalows. 10. Quiet private locations / something unique and desirable. 11. TV aerial, telephone and network points.
  86. 86. How to pick properties that generate both positive cashflow and tax refunds
  87. 87. Finding positive cashflow property • Look in high yielding suburbs. • Buy 20-40% under median. • Multiple income properties. • Regional areas. • Reno to increase rents. • Fix on low interest rates.
  88. 88. 1. Buy newer dwellings. 2. Avoid pools/spas. 3. Avoid dampness. 4. Avoid gully’s. 5. Brick vs. timber. 6. Tiles vs. decking. 7. Tiles & drains in wet areas 8. Avoid large trees over gutters that drop leaves. 9. Avoid animals. 10. Stone fences & retaining walls last. 11. Avoid older units and apartments with deferred maintenance. 12. Thoroughly inspect older houses. 13. Select tenants carefully. Buy to minimise ongoing repairs expenses
  89. 89. Buying rules • Buy houses with 7%+ yields, to generate positive cashflow pre- tax • Buy houses less than 10 years old, to maximise depreciation • The higher the marginal tax rate, the better the after tax cashflow
  90. 90. Investar Search results: 7%+ suburb yields
  91. 91. Fine tune income & expenses Year 1 results;  Pre-tax cashflow positive: $7,856  Depreciation: $14,000  Negatively geared after-tax: -$6144  Tax refund: $2,135  Total cashflow after-tax: $9,991
  92. 92. 10 year forecast Lessons • You make money buying well, plus; • You don’t have to buy negative cashflow to get tax benefits. • You don’t have to subsidise your investments. • You can get both capital growth and cashflow.
  93. 93. Agent negotiation tips
  94. 94. x Three crucial negotiation variables In negotiating anything there are 3 key variables. 1. Power 2. Time 3. Information Whether it’s property, politics or poker, if you understand how to apply these, you can set yourself up to win each time
  95. 95. Power in Negotiation • Power of competition • When there is competition for a product, and limited supply the power shifts to the seller. • No competition and power shifts to the purchaser • Avoid overheated markets.
  96. 96. Power in Negotiation • Power of legitimacy • When you are well informed and quote official numbers or use official looking forms you are not often challenged • After all who can argue with the facts • Use Real Estate Investar data to support your case.
  97. 97. x Power in Negotiation • Power of knowledge of needs • The ability to research and understand the other parties needs, and structure a deal that meets theirs and your own is a valuable skill • The more you see the world as shades of grey instead of black and white, the more creative you’ll become
  98. 98. Power in Negotiation • Power of persistence • Most people are not persistent enough when negotiating and give up at the first sign of resisitance • No means no “today” • It could become “yes” tomorrow or next week if you just stick around to find out • Remember the power of competition or “lack of”
  99. 99. Time in Negotiation • Time is your greatest asset in a negotiation if the other party has a deadline • The biggest concessions on terms, and discounts on price usually occur close to or after a deadline has passed. • Be patient • Never reveal your deadline, and always find out the other parties. • Be slow and persistent with your negotiating, to ensure the other party feels the pressure of the clock ticking, if you rush, you’ll apply no time pressure
  100. 100. x Information in negotiation • Information is the heart of the negotiation • Find out as much as you can from the agent, if he declines your questions, ask them again and again • Ask the vendor directly if you get the chance, often they will open up to you • Empathise with them always • Look for the visual and verbal clues, body language, unkept property, bills piling up
  101. 101. Negotiating the deal • Don’t get emotional. Stick to your rules and be prepared to walk away • Don’t be afraid to start low, you can always come up and you never know how far a vendor will drop
  102. 102. Negotiating the deal Ignore Agent Comments like: “I sold 2 up the road last week for xyz price” “Sales are booming we can’t get enough listings” “This one won’t last long” “I cannot present this offer to the vendor, you will have to increase it” “I have another offer coming in today”
  103. 103. Negotiating to Win • First offer: Double the discount. E.g. If the vendor is asking $240k and you want to pay $210k, offer $180k to start with. • Move up as the vendor moves down • NEVER make 2 offers in a row • Always make sure the agent gets you a counter offer • Use deposit amount, contract conditions and settlement date as extra levers. • If the negotiation takes 3 weeks and you save 30k, it’s worth it – be patient, you are under no pressure at all.
  104. 104. Where do you invest first?
  105. 105. Where do you invest first? 1. Closer to capital city is better for land appreciation 2. Population & income growth 3. Buy in established suburbs, not greenfields 4. Ability to add value 5. Appeal to biggest rental audience 6. Least amount of rental competition 7. Do your research and buy on the numbers
  106. 106. The truth and traps with most “hotspots”.
  107. 107. • Some data published about future hotspots is flawed. • Check the source to avoid getting burned. • Build a picture, don’t just use 1 source of data. • Greenfields with unlimited land: developers control supply and suppress price growth. • Boom & bust – Avoid 1 industry towns • Speculation drives prices beyond sensibility – e.g. Moranbah • Blue chip real estate always wins long term Not all hotspots are hotspots
  108. 108. • Be careful with boomtown predictions; • Top 100 growth predictions. • Boom town data driven by property developers. • Land bankers selling on future growth without control of land or re-zoning in place. • Get legal advice. Reports: what are they really selling?
  109. 109. • Real Estate Investar • APM • RP Data • Bis Shrapnel • CBRE • Major banks • RBA Use trusted data and research providers
  110. 110. National & State Top 50 suburb performance reports • Find out trends as they emerge. • Predict the growth areas before they occur. • By the time the results are in the newspaper – it’s too late.
  111. 111. National & State Top 50 suburb performance reports
  112. 112. National & State Top 50 suburb performance reports • 33 top suburb performance reports now available. • Monthly top suburb reports retail for $99 each. Top Suburb Reports are included FREE for Portfolio Builder members.
  113. 113. Setting up your team of experts and who to avoid.
  114. 114. Experts you may have on your Team • Lawyer/conveyancer • Accountant • Valuer • Property Manager • Mortgage Broker • Quantity Surveyor • Property Mentors • Property Maintenance Team • Taxation Planner • Architect • Registered Surveyor • Insurance Broker • Research, data and tools providers
  115. 115. x Fire any one on your team that: A. Is not an expert in the field of property investing B. Does not meet deadlines or keep appointments C. Is ethically questionable D. Gives you bad advice that causes you to lose money E. Is not moving forwards with their own investments An accountant giving bad advice can be costing you thousands of dollars a year
  116. 116. How to find an A Grade property manager
  117. 117. How to find a professional manager • Local Agent Finder is a unique partnership for Real Estate Investar. • Local Agent Finder provides a simple and free service that helps our clients find the best agent or property manager. • Local Agent Finder is not a property management company.
  118. 118. Exclusive portfolio submission option
  119. 119. Agents submit proposals
  120. 120. You receive a comparison report
  121. 121. The benefits of Local Agent Finder Local Agent Finder helps you: • Understand what agents and property managers charge, and why • Gets multiple agencies competing for your business • Enables you to easily compare the costs and services of each
  122. 122. Portfolio solutions – Start your team here
  123. 123. Always treat your investing like a business
  124. 124. Treat your investments like a business • Have a plan • Have goals • Businesses have costs • Businesses manage risks • Businesses are profitable Create a business plan!
  125. 125. Use portfolio tracker Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  126. 126. • Manages; – Entities – Properties – Owners • You can track and review any combination. • Monitors property and suburb growth. • Integrates with Xero. Portfolio Tracker
  127. 127. Set Targets & Goals
  128. 128. Measure results
  129. 129. Make changes as needed • Review your goals and targets. • Make adjustments to your plan as needed. • Don’t be afraid to make changes to rents, management, the property or method of renting it out. • Monitor your investments closely, no matter what your property management strategy is. • Don’t just wait for tax time to see how much tax you made or lost.
  130. 130. Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo Track property and suburb performance
  131. 131. See cashflow in real time
  132. 132. 10 year growth & equity forecasts
  133. 133. Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo Your portfolio KPI dashboard
  134. 134. Automate your accounting Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  135. 135. • Simplify accounting • Reduces accounting fees for users. • Track your investment entity cashflow. • Better understand performance. • Biggest reason investors fail: cashflow management. Monitor your bank balance daily in real time. • Collaborate online with your accountant. • Your financial accounts are always ‘market ready’. How Xero helps you Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  136. 136. Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo Bank account feeds Xero Portfolio Tracker How does it work?
  137. 137. Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo • Xero have bank level security. • Your first entity or organisation is included. • We will set it up for you. • We will integrate it with Portfolio Tracker. • 1 x non-GST cashbook included free in membership. • Can upgrade or add additional organisations for $20 p.m. We provide our members with Xero
  138. 138. Xero has 15,000 bookkeepers & 9,500 accountants in Australia alone! Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo What if your accountant is ‘old school?’
  139. 139. Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo Your accountant is going to love it
  140. 140. Next steps
  141. 141. • If you have existing property, consider how it is managed. Could you do better? • Take control of your investing and know your numbers. Use tools like Property Analyser & Portfolio Tracker to stay on top of your business. Things change. • Build a team. Whether you are a new or experienced investor, you need a team behind you to maximise your results. • Get finance ready. What can I do next?
  142. 142. Join Real Estate Investar today…. • Use the most advanced management tools in real estate. • Dramatically increase your results and save hours every week. • Build a profitable portfolio quickly and easily. • Plan & succeed. Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  143. 143. Plenty of resources available Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  144. 144. Search Analyse Track Account Seamless integration Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  145. 145. 2 Membership Types Tools & resources Portfolio Manager Suburb Performance Reports Investar Search Development Search My Valuer My Research Property Analyser Portfolio Tracker Xero Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  146. 146. Portfolio Manager Membership Managing, tracking and accounting From $49 p.m. You save 12%-46% with contract monthly and upfront membership options Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
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  148. 148. Portfolio Builder Membership Searching, researching, buying, managing, tracking and accounting From $99 p.m. You save 40%-67% with contract monthly and upfront membership options Take the 21 day free trial at www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo
  149. 149. Start today and your first 21 days are free www.realestateinvestar.com.au/promo Questions?

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