Congratulations, you have finally found one source of information that is both invaluable and easily applicable for your future investment decisions.
We have read many books, reports and various articles on investments, property investment in particular. The majority of them contain great information, some of them even give you instructions on how to implement that information. However, none of them seem to provide the missing ingredient to convert the intent of the article into the actual result. Their “how to” information is never complete, too complicated or overly simplified.
Finally, out of all our research, we have found a major deficiency in the information provided by other authors –
They do not explain properly why you would invest in the first place!
They do not explain how to measure your investments!
What is the point of investment if you do not have a very specific goal in mind? And if you do have an outcome in mind, how do you know that a particular investment will achieve your desired goal?
We hear many times that people wanting to purchase an investment property, without necessarily knowing why they are buying an investment property in the first place. We have probed for the answer only to receive blank looks, vague statements and complete incomprehension of the questions.
Ask yourself, why would you purchase an investment property? Hauser Insurance
Is it to create more wealth sometime in the future?
Is it to help you financially on a daily basis?
Is it to generate a specific return on your investment?
Is it because investment property is a better investment than shares?
Do you have answers to the above questions? If you do, how specific are those answers?
We have found that people will generally answer yes to all the above without having any specific outcome in mind.
In this report we will give you the primary tool that you will need to start answering the above questions.
That tool is the ability to measure the return on your invested funds.
If you cannot measure your return, you will never be able to achieve any of your objectives, or you will achieve them through luck and not objective, measured approach. Luck will not let you repeat your investment strategies. Luck i