Sang Duong

Author's details

Name: Sang Duong
Date registered: January 24, 2014
URL: http://realestateforsuccess.com.au

Biography

Sang Duong started with an empty hand and drove a $500 Hyundai car. At the age of 25, Sang joined the property investment industry. Since then, he has ridden the property boom and survived the downturn. He now owns a multi-million dollar property portfolio located throughout Australia. His portfolio has generated him a passive income. His passion is to share his property knowledge and wisdom to property investors.

Latest posts

  1. Melbourne Flemington Suburb Profile — November 21, 2014
  2. 8 Biggest Mistakes Made By Property Investors — November 11, 2014
  3. Melbourne Parkville Suburb Profile — November 10, 2014
  4. The benefits of investing in property — October 29, 2014
  5. Questions & Answers on Real Estate Investment — April 27, 2014

Author's posts listings

Nov 21

Melbourne Flemington Suburb Profile

 Melbourne Flemington Suburb Profile Melbourne has recently been voted the world’s most liveable city for the fourth year in a row, edging out Toronto, Vienna and Vancouver. Melbourne is Australia’s second largest city in terms of population and economic activity. Flemington is just 4km away from the Melbourne CBD and it offers a high level of residential amenity and good rental market. …

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Nov 11

8 Biggest Mistakes Made By Property Investors

  1. Buying older properties (with no tax benefits) 2. Not having the correct financial structures in place 3. Buying at auction 4. Paying off debt (when you should create a redraw facility) 5. Waiting for the deal of a life time 6. Selling to realise a profit (when you should refinance and save tax) …

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Nov 10

Melbourne Parkville Suburb Profile

 Melbourne Parkville Suburb Profile    1. Desirable location  Located 4km from the thriving Melbourne CBD, connected to world-class universities, sporting venues, arts and entertainment. All accessible via tram and train networks that transport you to neighbouring Melbourne, Brunswick and Carlton in minutes.  Parkville has 15 parks covering nearly 44% of total area, these landscaped parks provide …

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Oct 29

The benefits of investing in property

  Number 1: You have capital growth  Number 2: You have tax advantages You can reduce your tax to legally zero.  Number 3: You have the depreciation Which is another form of tax advantages. Number 4: You have income coming in every month   Our strategy is to invest in high capital growth property with …

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Apr 27

Questions & Answers on Real Estate Investment

  Risk # 1: What if i can’t find a tenant? Look at the facts… The vacancy rate in Melbourne is about 3%, meaning out of 100 properties, only 3 are vacant, 97 are rented out. 3% vacancy rate is an equilibrium market.    The solution: Select location with high rental demand and shortage of …

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Apr 24

The 7 Golden Rules to Your Investment Success

  Golden rule #1: Money that you invest must be absolutely safe Residential property in Australia held over the long term is one of the safest investment. Bank lend up to 90% on residential property because they know that property is very safe for them to lend money.   Golden rule #2: Invest in assets …

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Mar 08

Helpful Property Investment Tips

  Invest in a brand new property to save maximum tax. Depend on your situation, buy off the plan to save maximum stamp duty. Buy in an area with low vacancy rate, easier to rent out. Invest in property where the holding cost is low, in most scenario between $10-$50 a week. Don’t buy a …

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Feb 13

Pros And Cons of Buying Off The Plan Property in Melbourne

  Buying off the plan for example an apartment can be risky if you don’t know what you’re doing, especially for first time or non experienced investor. There are some risks involve when buying off the plan, for example:   The quality of the finished product can be a lower quality Or the project may …

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