EPI 012 | 7 tips for making 2011 your most successful year in property

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Wow, the start of another year and a perfect opportunity to set your property goals!

In this episode’s feature segment we give you 7 tips on how to make 2011 your most successful year for property investment.   Of course, being the start of a new year, we talk about setting your property goals and we share our property goals and offer some tips on recording and tracking goals.

We have a great listener question from Steve as well as our quick tips and actions for you to take from this episode.

Key points we talk about:

  • Setting property goals and actions and tracking these
  • Increasing your knowledge about property investing
  • Getting involved in the property investing community
  • Setting up accountability
  • Stepping outside your comfort zone!
  • Property development, renovation, negative gearing and positive cashflow property investment.

Things we mention:
www.43things.com – goal setting website
www.meetup.com – find other like minded people in your area
Den’s tracking tools

Actions:

  • Write down your goals
  • Send them to us at comments@everydaypropertyinvesting.com!

View the transcript here (Coming Soon)

Comments

  1. Hello I have been listening to your podcast in the past few days, I have to say that I have learned at least one thing from each of your pod casts and would like to thank you. I am up to the episode that Den is looking to purchase a property in Port Adelaide and cannot wait to see if he did or not >:). I am from Adelaide 🙂
    I am trying to access Den’s tracking tool however the link seems to be broken. if possible I would like to have a look at your visualization tool it sounded very interesting.

  2. Hi Shamin, I can’t believe how long it took me to get to fixing this, my apologies! It’s fixed.

  3. Ashis Sharma says:

    Thanks Kaz and Den. Best podcasts so far. Just no. 1. Please keep it coming.
    A lot to learn.

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