Frequently asked questions
How can your investments help me make informed investment decisions?
At Blue Wealth, we provide extensive resources for active property investors to ensure that you make a well-informed purchase decision. We understand that choosing an investment property involves understanding and forecasting all variables that influence a property’s value, which is why we take all of those variables into account in our exclusive valuation model. This model calculates a property’s return by considering macro and microeconomic movements, various mortgage repayment options, and the property’s face value. We will enter conservative and optimistic estimates into this model to show you the range of projected returns you can expect from your investment, so that you can make the best decision for your portfolio. On top of this, we provide exclusive active investor property services through our long standing relationships with established property developers. We are able to provide our clients with enviable perks that our competitors cannot – which include but are not limited to: rental vacancy guarantees, stamp duty exemptions, depreciation schedules, and settlement rebates
What kind of properties do you specialise in for investment?
Our relationships with developers and research and valuation methodologies dictate how we find properties. As such, the properties that we specialise in are in prime locations, in rural or metropolitan areas, inclusive of attractive features such as proximity to schools, public transport or CBD areas, and are developed by businesses that are long standing, experienced and reliable.
How much experience do you have helping property investors in Australia?
Established in 2009, Blue Wealth has been delivering successful property investments to its customers for over 13 years. We have helped over 6,000 clients buy a property, over 40% of which have bought more than one. Our property valuation model was developed by our founder and CEO, Dr Tony Hayek, and is the only property research methodology in Australia that is audited and approved by an independent body.
Do you have experience working with property investors with different levels of experience?
We provide resources and support for all experience levels at Blue Wealth. We work with first-time and repeat investors for any and all financial objectives – be it to retire early, grow your portfolio, rentvest or get your kids into the increasingly competitive property market.
How do you approach risk management for your clients?
At Blue Wealth, we only select the 10% of the properties we examine, to ensure that your investment is risk-free and accumulates your wealth. Our extensive macro and micro research, relationships with property developers and exclusive valuation model allow us to choose properties that deliver guaranteed safe returns.
Can you provide ongoing support and advice for my property portfolio?
Our approach to client services at Blue Wealth is unparalleled. We treat our customers like family, and are there from start to finish for our customers’ property investment journey. We provide ongoing investor support, from educational resources, obligation-free discovery calls and end-to-end management of your investment from pre- to post-purchase.
How do your fees work?
At Blue Wealth, we only charge a commission upon successful property investment. Our educational resources and discovery calls are offered free of charge, so that you can familiarise yourself with our brand and expertise and grow your wealth through property as seamlessly as possible.
Can you provide guidance on tax implications for my property investments?
At Blue Wealth, one of our core property research services is helping you leverage the debt from your mortgage to your advantage from a taxation point of view. Mortgage repayments and other property-related costs is “good debt” and, as such, is tax deductible – unlike returns from regular investments which incur a substantial capital gains tax. As such, property investment allows you to accumulate more wealth as property grows at a similar if not greater rate than most shares, whilst decreasing the amount of tax you pay annually.