Former Liverpool legend turned Brisbane Roar coach Robbie Fowler is scoring goals in the property market

first_img Justin Bieber’s epic $13m mansion for sale Brisbane Roar new head coach Robbie Fowlera. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)Anything from apartments to small houses and large properties that had high rental demand were his favoured list of properties — both in his hometown Liverpool and offshore — and his investments began early during his career.The legendary player, who’s admitted that his property investments came off heeding good advice from financial planners, turned that experience into the Robbie Fowler Property Academy. Liverpool’s Robbie Fowler playing for Liverpool in 1996. Soccer A/CT“It’s not something I do all the time. My wife deals with it. I’m involved with a company who basically teach people (how to buy property),” he told The Courier-Mail.With the family now Queensland-based, his firm has joined forces with Educators Legacy Education Alliance teaching Aussies how to get stuck into real estate via workshops in Brisbane and Melbourne. Basically how “investing in property can give you the chance to earn money in your sleep”, according to Fowler’s own marketing.“Not everything’s going to be positive for everyone, people might think it’s not for them. For me it was a learning curve and you know I learnt so much myself on these courses,” he told the paper.The soccer legend penned his experiences in a new book, My Life In Football, which is set for release November 14.“Hear my thoughts on the modern game, sharing stories from the dressing room, no nailing any players) my legendary teammates as well as my rise to football’s top table,” is how he’s been spruiking it.“It’s coming out November,” he said, “I’ve had one before and it’s probably a little bit of a follow on, talking about all the stuff that’s happened since I created the first (book). I’m looking forward to it actually. It will be good.” Head Coach Robbie Fowler poses during the Brisbane Roar Media Day at the BRFC City of Logan Training Facility on October 02, 2019 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)Fowler, whose feats include 183 goals in 369 matches for English Premier League giants Liverpool, advises anyone wanting to follow his footsteps in the property market to know where they stand and why they are doing it.What he has dropped off his investment list is race horses.“Funny enough I lost interest when I came over here back in the day (in 2009 to play for North Queensland Fury). I was a jumps man, I prefer the jumps. When I came over to it was more flat, so by the time I went back home I sort of lost interest because it was different horses … I have had a few good horses, various good horses but football made me end it.”His love of property though continues unabated, and his tips for real estate punters were pretty straight forward. Robbie Fowler’s top tips for scoring in the property market “Write down what you want a potential property portfolio to deliver in the short to medium term.” 6. Know the reason why 1. Know your expenses “Check your current score and look into how you can improve your score, if need be,” he said. 4. Know what you want Buyers missing out despite record low rates “Consider whether you want ‘cash flow’ or ‘capital growth’ when considering a property investment career, albeit part or full-time.” 5. Set property goals “Understand the difference between an asset and a liability. Get some professional property training.” 3. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenWays to get into the property market for less00:29New Brisbane Roar A-League soccer coach, Robbie Fowler — dubbed “God” during his heyday in Liverpool -may be worth an estimated $56 million with as many as 80 properties, but by his own admission, he’s done so by being risk averse.Fowler, who was such a prolific property investor that Manchester City fans changed the words to Yellow Submarine to ‘we all live in a Robbie Fowler house”, has continued his interest in real estate here. MORE NEWS: The House Rules home given a $200k overhaul “When it comes to property investing, first, you need to look at your outgoings and understand where your money is being spent,” he told The Courier-Mail.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus11 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market11 hours ago“Many people think that owning a home is an asset but if you are mortgaged up to the hilt, this could be seen as more of a liability. So create a monthly outgoings spreadsheet.” 2. Know balance sheets “Put some thought into your ‘why’,” he said. “Is it to spend more time with your family? Or perhaps to pursue your dream of travelling the world? Your why is an intrinsic part of your investing journey. It is a key motivator and reality checker.” *ADDITIONAL REPORTING BY MARCO MONTEVERDElast_img read more

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