Empire Property Group Australia’s main focus is creating passive income for retirement, by helping you build your very own empire! Our property strategists search for the right property, in the right location, at the right price and with maximum returns so you can derive maximum benefits from your chosen investment.
It's common knowledge that there are 4 key ways to create wealth; either through business, the financial markets, buying investment asset purchases (such as artwork/collectables) and through property.
Buying a property to rent out is a popular form of investment and for good reason! Houses and units are easier to understand and can carry less risk than many other types of investments, but investment property is not without its pitfalls. That’s why it is critically important to do thorough research and follow proven strategies to ensure your investment is an asset not a liability at the end of the day. With EPGA you can utilise our expertise guidance and leverage off years of experience to cut through the vast amount of information and factors involved with a property purchase.
Under the umbrella of The Empire Group of companies we introduce mortgage specialist Empire Financial Group (EFGA); EFGA will review your position and tailor lending solutions for YOUR individual circumstances.
With the uncertainty of any guaranteed support from the government at retirement, the main focus is to take control of your future now, potentially relieving you of the worry and financial stress that an unplanned retirement will bring to most of Australians.
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Whether you are a first home buyer, already a home owner, new to investing or a seasoned investor looking to expand, we help set every day Australians up on the path to be financially free. Simply by applying effective and proven strategies you could dramatically reduce the term of your mortgage and create a passive income for retirement.
Our team of specialists who can guide you through the maze of hundreds of options available in the market today. We strive to ensure the right products and services are selected for your individual circumstances at the outset.
Contact our team and we will work with you to create your own personalised EPGA blueprint.
And will your superannuation be enough? Many Australians are too busy with work and family commitments to take the time to seriously consider their future until it may be too late.
To achieve your goals, it is vital that you have a plan in place. If you fail to plan, you plan to fail! Unfortunately, without this plan in place you are likely to join the majority of Australians who will be living off inadequate superannuation and pensions in retirement.
EPGA focuses on property strategies for retirement and you don’t necessarily have to change anything about your current lifestyle. You could have more options than you realise. Take the time to sit down with one of our specialist property team and plan your future today.
According to the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia’s Retirement Standard, to have a ‘comfortable’ retirement, single people will need $430,000 in retirement savings, and couples will need $500,000.
Many of us will spend more than a quarter of our life retired, as people are now living until an average age of 86 years (if you’re male) and 89 years (if you’re female). Life expectancy is expected to rise to 91 for males and 93 for females by 2050. So, you might need a lot more money for your retirement than you think. Unless you’re counting on a lotto win or growing your own personal money tree, super can help you enjoy your retired days by allowing you to maintain a good standard of living, which isn’t achievable by receiving just the Age Pension.
How much will you need for your retirement? To map this out in detail please use this retirement calculator:
The information on this site is of a general nature only. Consideration has not been given to your individual needs and objectives. You should consider your personal circumstances before making any financial decisions.