There are many decisions to be made on the path to successful property investment.
When should we start? Which market to invest in? How much to spend? What type of property? Why are we doing this in the first place?
You'd think the answer to these questions would require gathering information, weighing up the pros and cons and reaching a conclusion - but in practice it rarely works that way.
There are other considerations. It's personal.
How we think and feel about investing in property matters as much as the technical stuff. You have to get both right to make it work.
Set in the real world context of Australia's largest residential property market, The Wealth Power of Property - Sydney 2021 addresses important issues and big questions.
"A masterful combination of market intelligence and real-life application which takes the reader to a new and higher dimension of property investment thinking".
About Brett Johnson
Brett has been involved in property investment, research and funds management for forty years.
He is an advocate of planned, counter-cyclical property investment with a focus on understanding the behaviour of residential property markets.
He has been an outspoken commentator on property markets around Australia and is an author of the Wealth Power of Property series.
"Thinking back, it's probably because I had an Ant Farm as a kid that I became a voyeur of behaviour. Studying economics and the social sciences focussed that fascination on market behaviour. It's been very helpful. Being objective is one of the keys to property investment."
Brett continues to endorse the accumulation of residential property as an effective path for individuals to grow net worth and achieve financial goals.
About The Real Estate Analyst
"The Real Estate Analyst" originated in the early seventies as the investor newsletter of the D.F. Johnson companies which were founded by Fred Johnson and his brother Don Johnson in 1953.
D.F. Johnson included businesses involved in property syndication, property management, funds management and property market research. In 1990 the company was acquired by ING Bank.
A couple of years later, Fred & Brett Johnson formed Quartile Property Network as a specialist property investment and management practice which looked after thousands of property investor clients for over 25 years.