Caifu Property, Head of Acquisition, Damien Lee onsite at a members recent development where they have made over $200,000 in instant equity, in addition to achieving positive cashflow. Client Success Story Damien onsite at a clients recent development where they have made over $200k in equity as well as achieving positive cashflow! Posted by […]
This is one of the recent opportunities a number of our members were able to take advantage of before it was SOLD OUT! Directors of Caifu Property – Drew Evans & Damien Lee talk through the opportunity on site; Check out this Instant Equity and Positive Cashflow Opportunity 👌 Posted by Caifu Property on Tuesday, […]
Brisbane is beginning to recover from the unit oversupply, but it’s still in a precarious position. “The oversupply of apartments in Brisbane is starting to get back to an almost-normal level, though it’s probably still a few courses away from getting back to normal,” says Damien Lee, head of acquisitions at Caifu Property. “But it […]
This is it: make or break time. Without being too dramatic about it, once you’ve blown out more than 50 candles on your birthday cake, your timeline for successful property investing is shrinking. Drew Evans, director at Caifu Property, reiterates that this is “your last chance” – so making the right investing decisions is vital. […]
The magic question For most people in their 30s and 40s, this is a busy time when they may be thinking about settling down and buying a home. As a result, their first big investment is often more happenstance than strategy. This can set your investing career off on the wrong foot, says Drew Evans, […]
The Caifu team continue to make money for our clients even in a “declining” property market.
Over 2018 are clients averaged returns of 27.45% on total development costs.
We look forward to assisting you, your friends and family in 2019, with some cracking opportunities that have instant equity, positive cashflow and large tax deductions.
Labor have proposed on removing negative gearing for those investing into existing properties moving forward. Meaning these losses can only be applied to investment income or future investment gains.