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How to invest in your 40s and 50s

Written by Michael Sloan on . Posted in .

By the time most people are in their 40s and 50s, their earning capacity is at its peak.

But life expenses are also typically on the rise: mortgage repayments, schooling expenses, family holidays.

It’s important that any property investment you are considering doesn’t limit your lifestyle and take money away from the things that really matter to you and your family.

Keep in mind you have an excellent window of opportunity in your 40s and 50s. Most properties will double in value in 12 years, giving any property you buy a chance to double once or twice before you retire. This could have a huge impact on your retirement funds.

Book a discovery call to find out more about property investment choices you should be making in the decades before retirement that won’t limit your lifestyle now.

Remember this:
The future hasn’t been created yet. You have the chance to create your own. Take it.

– Michael Sloan