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Aug 7, 2019 |GODFREY DINH
Like your tenant, most jobs pay you weekly, or monthly and it's not everyday you look in your bank account and see a whole year's rent resting there.
Unless you’ve won the lottery, most Australian property investors have simply worked hard to buy an investment property as part of their retirement plan.
So it’s no surprise many people don’t know what to do with a whole year's rent when they suddenly have access to it, especially with interest rates so low and money in the bank not working as hard as it should. This capital can be powerful if you use the opportunity wisely.
Here are our top 3 ideas, which obviously will vary depending on your own personal circumstances.
Futurerent is an ‘on-demand’ rent withdrawal service, that gives landlords up to 1 year of rental income upfront that’s repaid from rent paid by the tenant over terms of up to 3 years. Futurerent is the only solution that’s purpose built for landlords to manage their cashflow and get ahead.
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Godfrey has invested in property in Australia and the USA, personally and professionally, for over 15 years. He is passionate about helping landlords on their property investment journey
Futurerent lets landlords withdraw up to a whole year’s rent upfront, which is repaid from just part of the rent paid by the tenant.
We’re the only purpose built solution to help landlords get ahead and manage their cashflow.
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