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  1. JBprojects

    JBprojects New Member

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    Hello everyone, I am new to these types of forums. I do property developments and building mainly in WA and some in QLD. happy to share what I know and learn from others. Regards
     
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    twisted strategies Well-Known Member

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    welcome to InvestChat ,

    i live in S.E. Qld but have visited Perth ( and invest in WA based REITs )

    would you like to compare the investment potential between the two states ??
     
  3. JBprojects

    JBprojects New Member

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    Hi Twisted strategies, thanks for the email or post? Happy to discuss the different states. How did you want to do that?
     
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    twisted strategies Well-Known Member

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    post it for general reading would be fine

    unless my finances take another sudden twist ( and they have before ) my direct property investing days are over

    HOWEVER i do like my REIT investments and often like to add or tweak them ,

    cheers

    i was ( before the last change of health) looking at Northern NSW ( preferably the New England Tablelands , coastal central Queensland , non-Adelaide , South Australia , Tasmania , and semi-rural WA

    the aim then was to find the suitable modest price properties ( already being rented was fine by me ) and be able to pay the full cash settlement ( leave the banks out of it )

    on the properties i have .. an early improvement is solar panels ( harvesting a rebate and not worrying about reasonable tenant usage ) just makes rent collection easier

    ( after all the real value is the long term land valuations .. well it is to me )

    cheers