A plain English Guide for Australian Investors in all Classes of Real Estate
by N E Renton (Wrightbooks, 2002)
The topics covered include both common and less common types of investment property; the use of borrowed funds; retirement aspects; and comparisons of property investment both with share investment and with superannuation. The relative advantages of buying or renting a home are also analysed. Some of the chapters present ideas not usually written about. As in other areas, the informed investor is likely to become a wealthier investor.
This is a book for those wanting more excitement and better returns than those available from putting money into dull term deposits or boring and expensive managed funds - although a strategy of buying property directly undoubtedly means more work.
With a Glossary, an Index and a Foreword by Duncan Ironmonger.
192 pages 9780701637309 RRP $24.95
"Renton's opinions are based on a lifetime of experience as a consultant, an adviser and a board member of financial institutions. He writes in a very direct way, leaving the reader with no doubt about his views on any issue.
"I feel sure that every Australian household could learn something from this book. If every household bought a copy, the sales would be 7.5 million!"
- Dr Duncan Ironmonger, Director, Households Research Unit, Department of Economics, The University of Melbourne
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