PRLog - Sep. 21, 2012 - BONDI JUNCTION, Australia -- The most recent report from the Digital Finance Analytics revealed that most of the homeowners who bought houses through loans acquired near the end of 2008 will most likely lose their homes by mid next year because of difficulties in mortgage repayments. As a result, home prices continue to increase further making it difficult for Aussies to buy homes.
Rick Otton During His Most Recent Property Investment Training Event in Sydney
Australian property coach Rick Otton offers new property investment strategies that will not only help Aussies make up with their mortgage repayments but will also make them think twice about getting loans when purchasing houses.
“I have used these creative strategies to build a property portfolio of more than 75 properties without spending more than $1 for each property. And this is what I want to teach people,” Mr. Otton explained.
Home Prices Continue to Increase
“Even if banks and lenders continue to ease lending criteria and decrease required deposits, at the end of the day, people are still left paying for interest rates and additional fees and taxes included in their monthly mortgage,” Rick Otton explained.
These alternative strategies come in perfect timing as median home prices in Sydney continue to increase at 1.4 percent in the first three months of 2012. The Australian Property Monitors revealed these price increases are the highest in quarterly results since 2010.
“What the Australian, specifically the Sydney property market needs is a solution to their financial problems; alternative strategies that will actually help them overcome financial difficulties;
Creative Strategies in Buying Houses
Rick’s creative strategies involve different processes to buying houses and do not conform to traditional real estate strategies. And now, he’s bringing these strategies to the people via his series of one-day training events. “The purpose of this one-day training seminar is to provide a deeper and more detailed discussion of my creative real estate strategies,”
Mr. Otton’s creative strategies are discussed in an easy-to-understand manner in his recently released real estate book, “How to Buy a House for $1”. “All the creative property investment strategies I’ve used before and am now teaching to others are detailed in this book and are carefully discussed in my property training events,” Mr. Otton explained.
To reserve your seats for the property seminar in Sydney, visit http://www.howtobuyahouseforadollar.com/