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I am having a bit of time off from investing right now in regards to Forex. The market is all over the place and to be honest the HFT is starting to make bottom feeders like us small fry even harder. I have a few properties so I will focus on paying off the mortgages.
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Someone else’s back is a buy and hold property strategy. It is based around Cash flow Positive properties. The aim of this strategy is to input as little as possible of the owners resources into their properties. Basically the tenants end up financing the property until it is entirely paid off. This will often be over a 25 year period although this will be reduced if the property is considerably cashflow positive since it’s excess income can be used to pay it off faster. Obviously this really only suits Cash flow Positive or Cash flow Neutral properties.
The Snowball is a buy and hold property strategy. The idea of the snow ball is very simple: purchase enough properties to make the investor financially free once they are all paid off. These properties can be Cash flow Positive, Cash flow Neutral or even Cash flow Negative, as long as the investor has a decent amount available above living costs and any additional costs imposed by these properties. It does work best with positively geared properties.