Cashmore’s Real Estate Wealth

Cashmore’s Real Estate Wealth is your guide to investing in real estate in Australia. This is a complete, 13-part course on all aspects of investing and developing in the current post-pandemic market climate.

Whatever the market conditions, at the root of our property obsession lies one cold, hard fact: There is no greater way to build long-term, retirement-sustaining wealth than through smart, astute real estate investing.

Cashmore’s Real Estate Wealth opens up a treasure trove of inside knowledge that will help you buy real estate and develop land and property like a seasoned pro. You will learn hard-won observations, lessons, tactics, and methodologies that your average property punter is often completely ignorant about.

The key — and you’ll see this as the course progresses — is to work as hard as you can to see things that other people can’t see. Both at the bigger-picture level — the land cycle — and at the ‘granular’ level too.

With Cashmore’s Real Estate Wealth, you’ll discover a world of pro tricks and tactics your buying competition simply does not know.

Publication overview
How often is this service published?
One module released per month, for 13 months.
How much capital should I have to get started?
At least $100,000 in starting capital for serious real estate investors actively wanting to invest in property and development. However, it’s a great educational tool and will expand your knowledge for when the time comes to purchase your next property or piece of land.
What will we be recommending?
Step-by-step guidance for buying or developing an investment property.
Do you put on short trades?
No.
What’s a typical holding period?
1–10 years, depending.

Catherine Cashmore is President of Prosper, Australia’s oldest economics organisation that conducts vast research into land economics, market cycles, and how tax policy affects markets. She’s the original expert on the 18.6-year property cycle and a regular media commentator, often called upon to explain the real estate market and the economy.

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