After my first four inspections I stopped to eat my packed lunch and found myself reflecting on just how lucky I was. I didn't feel like I was working, not like the way I worked all through my twenties and thirties.
Things are changing. This week is full of announcements from some big Australian companies who are changing. Two announcements come from BHP Billiton and AGL and both will have a big impact on the Hunter Region of NSW. Hopefully a positive change that will strengthen the local economies and translate to the housing market.
If you are thinking of developing property then you will need to have a good understanding of construction finance. As property developers, most of our clients like to highly gear their lending. That means, using as much funding from others to pay the builder rather than use their own cash reserves.
Today I drove around a new land estate in the Hunter Region of NSW where we now have a couple of dual occupancy projects planned. It was early morning - I'd left Sydney by 6am to get an early start on my day. As I pulled up to the site we are looking to secure for a client - it had just turned 8am, my eye was caught by a ruckus across the road.
One of our female clients has six children, is an accountant and owns eleven investment properties after completing two property developments with Property Bloom. To state the obvious, she's time poor, I've written about Rachel in the past...