Nina Hendy Squeezing every possible dollar out of your rental income is top of mind for every landlord. Here’s how the experts do it.
THE 'HONEST' BROKER
Marcus Padley Investors should be asking which investment is best suited to their own personal disposition, urgency, risk appetite and personality.
Angus Geddes After seven fallow post-GFC years, Gold Coast property is possibly poised for a fresh boom.
James Cockington Something to furnish your investment property with - or more in keeping with your home?
John Addis It's never too early to begin and these tips should help get the ball rolling.
TIP OF THE WEEK
Michael Hutton Following the latest investment fads can cost you in the long term.
Scott Phillips Don't let the so-called ''experts'' tell you it's too hard.
James Cockington Kangaroo and Map stamps are so popular among collectors that counterfeits have attained a certain cachet.
David Potts Warren Buffett has invested in insurer IAG and likes our banks, too. Should you follow his lead?
Scott Phillips As they say, the trend is your friend … until it comes to an end.
George Cochane Should my mum put half her savings into the share market?
Stephen Crafti Investing in high quality modern designer fashion can be money well spent and some top-end secondhand stores are cornering the market.
George Cochrane I intend to retire this year and have to decide what to do with my superannuation that will complement my part aged pension.
David Potts Exchange traded funds are the first step in for the novice. I’d never leave home without one, frankly.
James Cockington Still wearing clothes from the nineties? Lucky you - fashion from this decade is in high demand.
WRITING'S ON THE WALL
James Cockington Celebrity snaps seem set to consign signed memorabilia to the scrapheap.
James Cockington Our big new homes need filling. Many people want to fill them with old furniture. Auction houses are happy to help.
Nina Hendy Tight-fisted investors are public enemy number one in the renting world. Here’s how to avoid being one.
GETTING IT REIT
David Potts Property is booming but investors won't be getting anywhere near the rental yield that listed real estate investment trusts can offer.
Richard Livingston If you want to borrow to buy shares, other avenues might provide a better way to do it.