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Free Ballarat Property Investor Information Evening

If you are new to the property investment market or a current landlord, then this information session is a “MUST SEE”

Topics include:

Major Tenancy Act Changes – Phillip Lee, Director Ray White Ballarat
Phillip will cover the recent major changes to the Residential Tenancies Act which are due to be implemented and what this means for landlords.

Investor Financing Options – Stephen Britton, Mortgage Choice
Stephen will explain how you can borrow by leveraging off current assets to invest in more property, the different types of investment loans, interest rates and purchase costs.

Maximising Depreciation Claims – Hugh Diskin, BMT Quantity Surveyors
Hugh will discuss what tax depreciation is and how it can financially benefit landlords by helping cash flow and tax benefits.

Landlord Insurance – Kay Jackson, Simplex Insurance Solutions
Kay will discuss what type of landlord cover is needed to protect investors from loss of rent, damages and drugs in rental properties.

Market Overview & Opportunities – Trevor Booth, Director Ray White Ballarat
Trevor will provide an update on the state of rental and investment markets, current and past vacancy rates, median prices and potential opportunities.

What Tenants Are Looking For – Jordan Keast & Kate Brennan, Ray White Ballarat
The team will cover rental demand and hotspots, how to present your property to maximise the rent and what tenants are looking for in a rental property.

Q & A Panel of Experts
At the end of the evening our panel of speakers and property managers will be available to answer questions.

When: Monday 15th October 2018
Time: Register from 5.45pm for 6:00pm start, finish 7:30pm.
Venue: Ballarat Tech School, Albert Street, Ballarat Central

Seats are limited so book early by contacting our office on 5333 4444

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