Darwin’s Landlords’ Information Night

By Alexander George

Ray White Darwin are hosting our first Landlords Night for the property investment community. Come join the team the night of the 7th of September as we delve into discussion on the current state of the market, and what you can do to best optimize your property investment.

With guest speakers from BMT discussing tax deprecation, as well as Morgans Financial on the topic of how to utilize super funds in your investments. Our team members will also be presenting on how our tailored property management service can work best for you, and one of our Loan Market brokers will also be presenting on the benefits of restructuring mortgages.

The event will be catered as well as offer an open bar before and after the presentations. We will also be offering a raffle AND! door prizes at the event. So come join us the night of the 7th of September open bar begins 6:30PM, presentations start 7:00PM. Located at the ‘The Venue at Fannie Bay’, 3/13 Fannie Bay Pl, Fannie Bay NT 0820. All attendees will also receive a free gift bag.

An opportunity to find out how to increase your returns in this competitive market, and get to know other landlords in the community. All speakers and Ray White staff will be available after the presentation for discussion on a one to one basis.

RSVP: Thursday, 1st September
or phone (08) 8982 2400

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