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It’s Brisbane’s turn to benefit from top advice

IT’S SHOWTIME AGAIN, AND if you’re in Brisbane on the weekend of June 1 and 2, be sure to make your way to the Home Buyer & Property Investor Show and the Trading & Investing Seminars & Expo at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre.

It’s been two years since the event was last held in Brisbane, so it’s a great opportunity to catch up on all the latest property and trading investment developments. With over 70 high-powered seminars and workshops planned for the weekend, what better way to gather information on investing – all under the one roof!

You can attend as many of the free seminars as you like and ask as many questions as you can think of.

You’ll be able to hear talks by leading property experts such as Margaret Lomas, Chris Gray and Terry Ryder as well our as our editor, Effie Zahos. For a sneak peek at what you can expect to hear from Effie, take a look at the article on page 48.

With interest rates low and prices fairly steady, 2013 may be the right time to invest in property.

So if you’re thinking about jumping on the property bandwagon, you will definitely benefit from attending the Home Buyer & Property Investor Show. You’ll leave with a greater understanding of what’s required to make smart (and more profitable) decisions when researching, finding and buying your next home or investment property.

And if shares are more your thing, don’t miss the Trading & Investing Seminars & Expo. It doesn’t matter if you’re a seasoned trader or about to start out, the expo will help you discover investment and trading strategies you can adopt to safeguard your money and boost your wealth. Check out the latest investment products, trading software and financial and retirement services.

You can also listen to what experts such as Colin Nicholson, Julia Lee, Chris Caton and Money regular Marcus Padley have to say in their presentations.


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