Sometimes a bank isn’t what you need.
Even though you already own an investment property, it can be difficult to find the money for your next move.
Banks make it painful for you to access your equity, and your rental income is stuck in monthly cycles.
That's why we asked property investors what they'd rather get paid: $500 a week in rent, or $52,000 (two years of rent) in advance?
For most property investors, unlocking up to $100,000 of rent in advance is a no brainer.
It means that you can fast-track your future without needing to tap into your savings, and without getting exposed to the downsides of refinancing.