“Lunch Money Budget” Sceptic?

We understand that it can be difficult to grasp the notion that the purchase of an investment property can present as little (or less) than a lunch money budget per week out of pocket expense.

This is achieved by identifying the right opportunity in the first place, controlling the purchase and maximising tax advantage.

It is important to understand that this amount refers to holdings costs post-purchase. For each purchase the buyer will need to fund the deposit (usually 10%) and secure finance for the purchase.

In the Lunch Money Training program we cover in more depth how this is achieved. In addition, your Property Coach (a Certified Property Investment Advisor) will generate a report on exactly how this could look for you based on your actual circumstance and a sample property purchase.

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