With rising costs of living and higher interest rates, rentvesting has become an increasingly popular strategy for getting a leg up on the property ladder.
Reinvesting is when you rent where you want to live and buy where you can afford.
Here are some things you should consider before deciding whether rentvesting is right for you.
Rentvesting can offer both flexibility and financial security. Here are some of the advantages of rentvesting:
Rentvesting isn’t necessarily a good option for everyone. Here are some of the disadvantages:
New analysis from Property Investment Professionals of Australia (PIPA) has identified the top five areas to rentvest in 2022:
But with any property search, it’s important to do your research on things like capital growth potential and rental yield.
If you think rentvesting could be right for you, speak to us and we’ll help you to explore the finance options to suit your needs.
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