Is your negatively geared property a noose around your neck, weighing down your portfolio and limiting your growth?

Or is it a negatively geared property that you should hold onto until it’s ready to grow?

That’s what we’re going to get to the bottom of in today’s Weekly Slice with the help of Buyer’s Agent Jim Malamatinas.

Together, we’ll show you how to identify a noose that needs to be let go…

And a property that might be negative now but is still worth hanging on to for future growth (as long as you can afford it).

We’ll touch on topics such as:

– When should you hold onto a negatively geared property and when you shouldn’t?

– How to reverse engineer your mistakes and figure out if your strategies are actually helping you reach your goals.

– And why it’s so important to have the right team around you & what that team should look like.

So if you’re struggling with a negatively geared property and want to know if it’s time to let go or hold on tight, then this is an episode not to miss!

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