Do you realise what your property is worth in today’s market?

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Sales values have moved rapidly in recent times. Not knowing the value of your investment property could be costing you money and the opportunity to expand your property investment portfolio.

Are you aware of the equity that you have in your investment property which you might be able to use to buy another property?

We can help you to find the answers to unlock the growth potential that your property holds.

If you have substantial equity in your current investment property, there is a chance that you may not have any out of pocket expenses when purchasing another one.

We have found that many investors are unaware that the value of their investment property has increased to the extent that it can enable them to increase their net worth.

Simply call our office to arrange a market assessment of your property. We can assist you with providing the current rental history which you can give to your accountant and lending institution. Tap the equity in your investment property to enable you to purchase another one.

Even if you do not have sufficient equity in your property today, being aware of its current value can assist you into the future.

Are you aware of the equity that you have in your investment property which you might be able to use to buy another property?

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