First-time investor, Bianca, was initially apprehensive about committing to property investment. When she approached DPN for help, she was presented with proven strategies and a property investment solution that changed her outlook on investing.
The property investment solution presented by DPN was a house and land package in Currans Hill South-Western Sydney, a suburb of Manooka Valley. DPN had identified the area as having excellent capital growth. In addition, the home was a DPN Dual Income, with two houses on the same block.
The property consists of a family-friendly four-bedroom home, and a two-bedroom house. Bianca jumped on the opportunity, as she now understood that property investment could one day help her reach financial freedom. DPN further assisted her with getting a mortgage and by recommending suitable property managers.
The benefits of a dual income property:
- Bianca enjoys passive income from the second home on the property, as well as remarkable capital growth.
- Her rental yield is 7%, which is considerably higher than the average for the suburb.
In September 2014, the purchase price of the property was $659,961. It was then valued at $840,000, in June 2017. That’s a substantial increase of $180,039 in just three years. On top of that, Bianca receives $890 per week in rental income. This means she’s achieved a positive rental yield along with strong capital growth.
Bianca says, “I’m very happy with my investment. I purchased before the area skyrocketed, and got a lot of bang for my buck.”
Being inspired by her success, both Bianca’s brother and sister have also invested with DPN. Bianca rents by the beach and enjoys a seaside life while watching her investments grow.
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