Why some investors will profit when interest rates rise (how you can too)
How do you invest when interest rates rise so you have the maximum chance of making a profit? Follow this simple 4 step recipe…
Right now, you’re probably seeing lots of headlines about property prices falling whenever the RBA decides to increase interest rates.
It seems like each week an expert gets their time in the limelight, because they predict a bigger price fall than the expert from last week.
I expect this game will continue for a little while yet, just like it did in 2020.
You might remember that back then, Covid was running rampant…
Most of the country was in lock down…
And almost every week, an expert came out predicting how much property prices would fall.
I think one expert came out and even said prices would fall 50%.
Well, we know how wrong they were back then.
So hopefully you’re not paying too much attention to those headlines.
But of course, as interest rates rise, you are going to have to adjust your property investing strategy.
No doubt about it.
What worked in the past isn’t necessarily going to work going forwards
That’s why in this week’s video, I give you a 4 step recipe on how, as a property investor, you can profit whenever interest rates rise.
In addition, I’ll also cover:
*** My 2 most reliable signals that point to future capital growth (I have used these extensively in the past with great success and now you can too)
*** Why expert investors are ignoring talk of interest rate rises and are instead focusing on these important criteria
*** How to rest easy when interest rates rise, knowing that you won’t have any cash flow concerns (Focus on these types of suburbs only)
If I have done my job correctly, after watching this video you should be excited about investing in 2022 and have a good understanding of how to focus your research.
Looking for a blueprint on how to build passive income through property? Then get a copy of my book free (both the digital and audio versions) here 👉 https://www.nirobook.com.au
Financial disclaimer: I am not your financial advisor and the opinions I share in this video are purely my opinions. This is not to be considered personal advice as it is general in nature.
May 11, 2022
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