This will be our last meeting for 2016 and we have two fascinating topics to set you up for success in 2017.
Did you know that the ever growing use of methamphetamine in Australian society brings with it an increased risk to property investors and landlords of accidentally becoming victims of this drug?
The risks are threefold:
- You don’t want to purchase a meth contaminated property. Once you buy the problem, you own the problem!
- You need to know how to ensure that your tenants are not destroying your investment by using or cooking meth inside the house.
- You must meet your obligation as a landlord to provide a clean and healthy, meth-free home to your future tenants.
Martin La Touche from Narcotect will explain how to avoid becoming one of the increasing numbers of property owners being caught out by the effects of this insidious drug. This knowledge could save you tens of thousands of dollars, so don’t miss Martin’s presentation.
Craig Christie completed his Town Planning Degree in 1997 and has nearly 20 years of Town Planning Experience, including employment in local government in some of Sydney’s most prominent Councils. Craig moved to Brisbane in 2005, started ASI Planning in 2011 and in just 5 short years became the market leader of applications through Brisbane City Council’s RisksMART process.
Furthermore, Craig has a passion for property. Having personally completed subdivision developments using property options and finance partners, he understands the needs of his clients. Craig has also helped thousands of people with their property development and takes great pride in being able to make very complex aspects of development easy to understand so they can make the very best possible decision at all times. Craig’s personal and business purpose is to help his clients to live healthier and wealthier lives by making great development decisions that result in highly profitable developments. Come along and learn how having a town planner on your team can help you to make money with less stress and less risk.
Don’t miss our last meeting for the year!
Please bring pen and paper as you’ll want to take plenty of notes! This is also a great opportunity to ask questions of the presenters and other participants. You might like to bring a jacket too, in case the room gets a little cool.
RSVP as we have limited places available!
Remember, you are always welcome to bring along friends or relatives who are interested in property investing – it is all about networking with like-minded people! Tea and coffee provided.
Only $15 per head entry charge or $25 per couple, payable online or at the door.
I look forward to seeing you there.