Wine & Cheese Night
Join us for OneSite Finance's Property Investment Wine & Cheese Night on Thursday, 6 February 2020
This is an educational workshop with industry experts on how to use "equity" to invest in property.
The Property Investment Workshop will be held in a friendly, no obligation environment where you can ask as many questions as you want and get all the advice you need from our resident experts.
This event is hosted in conjunction with Emma Allen and the team at Active Property Investing.
Many Australians use property as a vehicle to grow their wealth, but how do they do it? Our speakers will share the fundamental concepts of investing, and how you can succeed when you invest within your means. These includes the 3-key things you need to start investing in property.
The presenters will cover the following topics:
- Growing wealth and investing in the current market
- What is better? Paying off your mortgage faster vs. investing in property
- The 3 things you need to do to invest
- Cashflow & affordability
- Tips on how to prepare your finances for an investment property
- Ways to invest within your means
- The "Investment Purchase Checklist" used by seasoned investors
- How to release equity to get cash for your deposit
- How to improve your borrowing capacity and the criteria for choosing a loan and lender
Thursday, 6 February 2020
6:00 - 8:00 PM
Drinks and refreshments start at 6:00PM. The presentations and round table workshop will start at 6:30PM. Depending on questions, we are aiming to finish at 7:30 - 8:00PM.
505/50 Holt Street,
Surry Hills NSW 2010
Our office is a 5 minute walk away from the Southern end of Central Station. Exit Central Station and walk up Devonshire Street. There is also time limited parking available on the streets surrounding Holt Street.
Emma is the founder and Director of Active Property Investing (API), a professional service that helps everyday people shape their financial future by using property investing as a vehicle.
As an experienced consultant and entrepreneur Emma has developed a property match-making model to “empower” individuals, couples and families to shape their financial future. API is recognised as a high-quality, ethical, boutique property service and a brand of quality helping busy people (experienced or first-timers) invest or find homes across Australia.
Norman is a mortgage broker accredited by the Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA). Norman has been a mortgage broker for the past 7 years and he's always open to sharing his knowledge and experience. Especially with first home buyers.
Norman focuses his approach on longer term planning and finding the maximum benefit for his clients. His customer service skills in Finance are built on a 10 year career as the Technical Services Manager for an international food technology company in Sydney.
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As with all OneSite events, this is an educational workshop with property industry experts. Our aim is to help Investors, especially those starting out. The workshop will walk you through the fundamental concepts of investing . These include the 3-key things you need to start investing in property, and how to use your "equity" to invest in property.
We will also look at how to secure the appropriate finance and touch on the processes involved. The workshop will cover the following topics:
- Growing wealth and investing in the current market
- Paying off your mortgage faster vs. investing in property. What is better in the long term?
- The 3-key things you need to do to start investing
- Cashflow vs. Affordability
- The key considerations to keep in mind when investing with a young family, and how to invest within your means
- How to release equity from existing home in order to get cash for the deposit on your next investment
- How to improve your borrowing capacity and the criteria for choosing the right loan and lender