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Creating a passive income in retirement through Property Investment

Planning for a comfortable retirement means creating a passive income through property investment in retirement, an income sufficient to fund the type of lifestyle you want to live when your working life is over.

Usually this involves long term planning and forecasting of potential financial opportunities that increase your asset based investments so you can get ahead financially.

The team at National Investment Planning have years of knowledge and experience in the Australian property investment industry, and have the expertise to help you achieve your goals.

How to achieve this through property investment

Statistics show that out of every 100 people in Australia, only 5% who live to retirement actually arrive in a position of financial security.

investment in retirementAnother 5% are still working out of necessity when they reach retirement age and more than half of retired Australians are dependent on the pension for income to try and maintain their lifestyle after retirement.

Becoming one of the financially secure 5% is not a difficult process, but requires a change in mindset for the average person.

Instead of simply making money through working employment, use the money you are already earning and make it work for you. You can do this through investing in property, and we can show you how.

Wealth creation through property investment in Australia can be summed up with the well known phrase, “Working smarter, not harder”

Investment in Retirement

Your personal income, finances and affordability are important components of property investment and planning in order to create an effective strategy for wealth creation. Taking these details into account along with your individual goals and requirements we plan a tailored approach to aid you achieve your objectives.

In Donald Trump and Robert T. Kiyosaki’s best selling book “Why we want you to be Rich” they identify three types of investors in the world.
The investor types are:

  1. People who do not invest at all
    • People who do not invest at all expect their family, the company they work for or their government to take care of them once their working days are over.
  2. People who invest not to lose
    • People who invest not to lose generally invest in what they think are safe investments. This is the vast majority of investors. These people have the savers mentality when it comes to investing
  3. People who invest to win
    • People who invest to win are willing to study more, want more control and invest for higher returns.

To make sure you have enough money to live on comfortably in retirement, you could increase your Super contributions, but depending on how old you are now, you could soon find that you would need to put away a large sum each week, just to be able to retire on an income that equals your current salary. And of course, that is just impossible.

The good news is, actually earning enough money to afford a comfortable retirement through and effective wealth creation process is much easier than you think.

When Should I Start My Wealth Creation Plan?

The best time to start is when you can. There never will be a perfect time to start but in order to gain financial independence in your retirement you must start sometime.

Shrewd investors buy for the long term, investing at the bottom of the cycle and selling at the top. Property and shares have been good investments, plus cash in the bank.

If Australia’s population grows to 35 million over the next 30 years, the additional people are going to need somewhere to live! The most important first step is to put a plan or strategy in place and set yourself a clear and achievable set of goals for the future.

How Do I Start Investing in Property?

Contact us for a free information pack, or to arrange an obligation free consultation, the team at National Investment Planning are available to give you the information you need to get started towards your financial goals.

How do I get started?

Contact us on 1300 545 899 for a free information pack, or to arrange an obligation free consultation.

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